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    Fcpx how do i know if my graphics card is enabled!
    Good afternoon all. I'm reading all the time about these great graphic cards and what they do. I bought this imac for the graphic card for video editing. I have adobe premiere pro cc , after effects cc, and fcpx. Is there something i must do to enable them. Thanks for any help i receive. Below is the imac i have

    Hardware overview:

    Model name: imac
    Model identifier: imac14,2
    Processor name: intel core i7
    Processor speed: 3.5 ghz
    Number of processors: 1
    Total number of cores: 4
    L2 cache (per core): 256 kb
    L3 cache: 8 mb
    Memory: 24 gb
    Boot rom version: im142.0118.B00
    Smc version (system): 2.15f2

    Have a fantastic day all! Oh, i hope it doesn't come up all caps! If it does i'm not yelling. Just guilty of poor eyesight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monistee View Post
    Is there something i must do to enable them.
    Nope. They "kick-in" as necessary.

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