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By Szabolcs Kiss
#307546
Hi All,
Has anyone experience working on ArchiCAD with Nvidia Quadro T1000 4GB GPU?
Is it working well? Any disadvantages?
(I know it's not on the list but is the one that my company would purchase)
Thanks Szabi
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By sboydturner
#307587
Szabi,
I assume it is a new laptop you are getting. I run a previous version of this card in my HPZBook Studio (m1000) and have no issues for day to day use in Archicad but I will say there is not enough memory on the card for twinmotion
Scott
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By Lingwisyer
#307591
sboydturner wrote:HPZBook Studio (m1000)

1000M? Has half the VRAM, so the new card might be viable?
By Szabolcs Kiss
#307615
sboydturner wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:40 am
I will say there is not enough memory on the card for twinmotion
Thanks for the feedback Scott.
My Quadro T1000 card will have 4 GB memory, Graphisoft recommended 4-5 GB.
I hope/suppose that should be fine...
By Szabolcs Kiss
#307616
Lingwisyer wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:02 am
sboydturner wrote:HPZBook Studio (m1000)

1000M? Has half the VRAM, so the new card might be viable?
My Quadro T1000 will have 4 GB. I hope that will be enough...
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By sboydturner
#307659
Lingwisyer wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:02 am
sboydturner wrote:HPZBook Studio (m1000)

1000M? Has half the VRAM, so the new card might be viable?
Ling,
I know info from web has only 2GB of RAM on M1000m but for some reason shows as 4.0GB when viewing task manager (screenshot attached) dont know whether sharing system RAM or whether HP has a custom card for their zBook Studios

Scott
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By Lingwisyer
#307660
sboydturner wrote:shows as 4.0GB

Looks like that laptop runs an upgraded card. If that is the case, any performance gained is limited to the core and memory speed differences... which is only a minor gain...



Ling.