ViewNX much slower now with D600 files..

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ViewNX much slower now with D600 files..

Postby Alan Brown » Mon 6 May 2013 08:56

Hi all

I am experiencing a lot of delay now in using the files from the D600 as opposed to those of the D700 i have used recently.


There is always a delay in zooming into whatever files I have used in the past but this is a lot more noticeable.

my pc is not cutting edge but not really slow either. E8500 Core 2 Duo 3.14Ghz) 8Gb Ram Win 8 64bit

I have heard the full Capture NX is faster.. can someone confirm this is true?


Thanks

Alan
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Re: ViewNX much slower now with D600 files..

Postby Stany Buyle » Tue 7 May 2013 05:21

Hi Alan,

Several options for improvement:
Huge PC performance increase without changing PCU and MB...
Moving paging file and make Capture NX2 (and View NX) faster...
Change cache settings in View NX.

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Re: ViewNX much slower now with D600 files..

Postby Alan Brown » Tue 7 May 2013 09:15

Thanks Stany

I had an SSD in my laptop but took it out as it was not really large enough for my needs.. it was 128Gb. I took off so much that I really want on it that it became of less real use. Even a 150Gb (doesn't exist) would have been better.

My pc needs a 256 at least.. I'm waiting for the prices to come down. They seem to have plateaued.

Thanks for the links.

I do wonder if full NX is faster.. I seem to remember that being so. I used to have the full version but an update disabled it. I was sold a version from, it seems, an un authorised dealer. They never responded to my emails.

I might try the 60 day trial.. when I get closer to my next wedding job. I really li9ked the full version.. esp the U points!

Thanks


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