I have a problem with Photoshop and Lightroom that I have a blurred image when I fit the image (cmd-0). It occurs at all zoom levels between 12.5, 16.7, 25, 33.3, ....I have a MacBook Pro 16" with AMD Radeon Pro 5500M 8 GB and 32Gb RAM. I contacted Adobe and described the problem. I was asked to turn off use graphics processor. The problem was solved! Also for Adobe Support! But it was immediately clear to me that this cannot be the solution. So I have a massive drop in performance. When asked about the support, I got the answer that it is a hardware problem of the graphics card and not from photoshop! Strangely, e.g. Luminar 4 from Skylum flawlessly and that uses the graphics processor more intensely than Photoshop! Geekbench Gpu test over 26000 points. I would say the graphics card works as it should and Adobe is unable to solve the problem and blames Apple! All programs work, Photoshop does not But the hardware is to blame ... Who has similar problems or a solution to the problem? Since the laptop is new I will also contact Apple and let's see how they react to the statement from Adobe that the hardware of the Macbook is the problem.
greetings stefanHere is the link to my case at Adobe: https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/macbook-pro-16-quot-with-amd-radeon-pro-5500m-8gb-gpu-problem-with-photoshop/m-p/11267690?page=1&profile.language=de