I'm trying to find a way to configure a relatively new - supposedly high-performance laptop to render screens as quickly as a desktop PC we have which is about five years old. The laptop's sluggishness appears to be much more pronounced when rotating the front plane so it's parallel with the screen, or changing the view orientation... which takes several seconds to stabilize.
When shopping around for the laptop I attempted to comply with DS's published recommendations. It's running an Intel Core i7-7820HQ quad-core processor at 2.90 GHz with an Intel HD Graphics 630 display adapter as well as an NVIDIA Quatro P3000 video card with 6 GB of GDDR5 memory. The computer itself has 16 GB of 2400 MHz DDR4 Non-EDD SDRAM. I'm not pretending to know what all that means... but given my recollection that these specifications aligned well with DS's recommendations a year ago I assumed we were in good shape. The response time seems pretty good except when it comes to certain image rotations.
Any suggestions toward realizing a faster response would be greatly appreciated.