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sboydturner wrote:Are you sure that for ArchiCAD, the graphics card is only for display? I didn't know that. I have no idea how to configure my NVIDIA 4000M anyway for use with ArchiCAD, but if that is true, I might as well disable it when using ArchiCAD. That is the advice someone gave me one time.
There is no point talking about render times graphics card has zero input into rendering process it is used for display only.
If you purchase Octane Render and the ArchiCAD plugin the graphics card can be used for rendering, then I would look 980ti (as many as you can afford) to greatly accelerate rendering
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Erwin wrote:If you are building system for CAD - yes!
If you are building a workstation for a CAD software using client and are using gaming cards, I think you might want to research things a bit.
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