If you have not done so, you may want to also manually set your dedicated graphics card as your primary for AC (vs the integrated Intel card). I’ve found that letting the PC (or Mac) select the card for you is not a as reliable a method.
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Switching to the Vectorial engine in 3D rather than OpenGL, is the best solution....
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OK, so that shows it is an OpenGL issue.
The Vectorial engine does not use your video card (as far as I know).
Update it integrated video driver as suggested by Minh in the link in Ling's post.
Or better, change your system settings so the machine is using the dedicated video card rather than the built in card (assuming you have both integrated and dedicated cards).
And update the drivers for you dedicated card possibly as well.
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