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Performance issue with Adobe products on hi-end system

Hi. I have a powerful enough computer (I7 6800K, 64GB DDR4, GTX 1080 Ti, Samsung 960 Pro SSD), but when I am working on larger projects in Illustrator or InDesign the saving process takes a lot of time, while the system is not even close to overload. The RAM is almost empty, the CPU is relaxed and the drives are very little busy. I want to see full load on the SSD and CPU but to save my projects as fast as possible... this is why I have invested in 64GB DDR 3000 MHz and M.2 SSD.

Any opinions? Thanks.

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Sounds like you could clean install windows., or at least run crystaldiskmarn/info to check your SSD.

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Can you create a sample file with reproducible results that we can use to replicate the problem?

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