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Chasys Draw IES Help:


System Requirements
 

 

Chasys Draw IES is designed on the principle of universal compatibility, and in this respect, should theoretically run on any Windows-capable machine. However, image editors are by nature resource intensive applications, and therefore a line needs to be drawn somewhere. The following requirements are based on what would be required to run the software "comfortably" in "ordinary" usage scenarios.
  

Processor (CPU):

Minimum: Pentium 4 @ 1.8 GHz or equivalent (with SSE2)

Recommended: 4th Generation Core i5/i7 quad-core @ 3 GHz or higher

Chasys Draw IES is optimized for multi-core processors; some components will run faster with more cores while others will run smoother or more reliably. Up to 32 cores can be utilized.

Processors with faster buses and larger caches will yield higher performance. In particular, processors with built-in memory controllers will have a significant performance advantage.

Processors supporting the SSE2 instruction set will yield a significant performance benefit; in come cases as high as 300% the performance of an otherwise similar non-SSE2 processor. Some versions of Chasys Draw IES require SSE2 support as a mandatory requirement.

 

Memory (RAM):

Minimum: 512 MB

Recommended: 4 GB or more of fast DDR3/DDR4 RAM

Triple/dual-channel memory configurations are highly recommended. Chasys Draw IES is "memory bound" and will therefore benefit more from faster memory (and memory bus) than from a faster CPU clock.

More RAM will give higher performance.

 

Hard-Disk space:

Minimum: 50 MB for installation plus 2.0 GB free space for temporary files when running

Recommended: 5.0 GB or more free space with a Custom TEMP folder on a separate high-performance drive

The installation drive should have a minimum write bandwidth of 50 MB/s. Most modern hard-disks can easily exceed 100 MB/s, so you need not worry about it. If you intended to do a lot of printing or complex projects with a lot of layers and many editing steps, lots of free space is an absolute necessity.

Never attempt to modify any of Chasys Draw IES data files manually. Doing so can damage the program and/or corrupt your data, and, of course, the author of this software shall bear no responsibility whatsoever for whatever damage you may incur as a result of such action. The software will do any necessary clean-up by itself on a periodic basis without external help.

 

Monitor:

Minimum: Monitor capable of 1280 x 1024 resolution or higher in full color

Recommended: 24" IPS LCD monitor with native resolution of 1920 x 1080 or higher and full 8-bit addressing

The User Interface for Chasys Draw IES was designed to fit wide-screen monitors with a vetical resolution of at least 1024 pixels. The UI may not fit properly on smaller monitors.

TFT monitors utilizing IPS technology are strongly recommended due to their superior color reproduction.

The larger your monitor (in terms of resolution) the more powerful your computer needs to be, the reason being a larger display needs more data (in terms of pixels) to fill it.

 

Operating System:

Required: Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows 7 / 2008 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
(64-bit versions highly recommended)

Chasys Draw IES is fully UAC compliant in Vista and above. Note that Chasys Draw IES will not work on Windows 95, 98, ME and 2000.

Although Chasys Draw IES runs as a 32-bit process, it is highly recommended that you run it on a 64-bit version of Windows. Doing so allows Chasys Draw IES to use its address space better, which improves performance when editing large images.

 

Other Requirements:

Up-to-date drivers for all your hardware, especially graphics
TWAIN and/or WIA drivers for scanning/imaging hardware
WinTAB drivers for Pen/Tablet digitizers
Bluetooth radio/dongle for Bluetooth features
Internet connection for web-based features

 

 

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