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    Posted: 18 April 2017 at 2:58pm
I have an issue with Adobe illustrator, I have HP Z620s with Quadro K4200s in that run 3Ds Max fine but illustrator is a joke.

I have just ordered 4 P6000 (Ouch!) boards which leaves me with 4 K4200s, now I can add another K4200 to the remaining workstations in SLI.

Has anyone actually seen any benefit from an SLI rig with Adobe Illustrator or will it use just on GPU like Prem only use 20 core of CPU??

Please don't suggest gaming cards, we need Quadro for the Autodesk product which has no certified driver for 1080 etc...

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Are you using CC? I had to roll back to CC 2014 due to bugs galore, and turn off updates from the cloud. Adobe is riddled with them by default, so it's probably not even your machine. 
I've got that fed up before now that I've even considered defecting to a Corel package... 
Can you not use Fireworks/PS/ID as a get by, or do you need the toolset of AI?
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Illustrator is boolean maths so it's very much CPU focused. Beyond rendering the interface I don't think it even touches the GPU let alone supports SLI.
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