Photoshop CC: errors from Liquify on new iMac

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I need a help. I bought the latest version of IMac and purchased Photoshop CC. When I tried to use the Liquify Tool, I got an error message. I talket to Adobe and Apple and they said the graphic card of the computer hasn't been tested by Adobe yet so it's not compatible. That's why I can't use some group of filters. What can I do if need so much this filter to work? Is there some way to know when the Intel Iris Pro 1024 MB graphic card will be tested?
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Chris Cox

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Photoshop is compatible with any working video card and driver. But Photoshop will disable the GPU features if the video card or it's driver has serious bugs.

What was the exact error message in Liquify?
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Hello, if you are on 10.9.x, Liquify throwing a problem has also been reported as an issue fixed by the latest creative cloud application update. Quit and restart it, it should let you know that there is an update available.