For a start I would make sure that windows is fully up to data, you will need to run windows update several times in a row as windows updates are not like macOS updates where old updates are rolled into new updates. Then I would login to nvidia’s site and download the latest ‘studio’ driver for your cards and do a clean install of the driver making sure that the experience software is not installed.
The hardware of the MS Studio workstation is already approaching 4 years old and is consumer focussed more than workstation focussed, but that is what you get in an all in one format
HP ZBook Studio 15: i7-6820 ,16Gb, 1000Gb SSD, Quadro M1000, Win10 Pro
AC 23 AUS
- Do you have any experience with customers using this type of PC? Is this a “recommended” configuration for ArchiCAD?
- Can we tweak any setting to run better?
- Any driver updates?
Sistem Surface Studio 2 for Business
Display: 4500 x 3000 pixels
- Touchscreen Yes
- Processor Intel® Core™ i7-7820HQ, Quad Core, 2.9 – 3.9 Ghz
- RAM 32 GB
- SSD 1TB
- Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, 8Gb
- Windows 10 Pro
Thank you very much for the question!
Based on the specs sheet, I believe this should not have any performance issue with Archicad. Could you clarify during which operation does it feel slow? Is it file-related, or does it happen even with a blank template file?