I already have a gaming desktop that supports SW18, it just that i need to use laptop sometimes to meet my supervisor.
AMD A8-5550M APU with Radeon HD Graphics @ 2.10GHZ
4GB DDR3L RAM
AMD Radeon HD 8550G
Windows 10 Pro
I'll pick a better CPU:
Also at least 8GB RAM.
You can go here to evaluate the computer, but I suspect that graphics card isn't supported. Unless you get a reply here from someone with the same system who says it works okay I suspect you'd be taking a strong risk that you wouldn't be happy with the performance.
I would not try to put solidworks on that computer. reason 4 gb ram. Dont think the program will start without 8, and really cant do much with out 32 to 64. better luck next time.
16GB is plenty.
8GB is usable.
Please have a look for this:
Dell Precision 7510
Intel Xeon Quad Core (E3-1535M v5) 2.90 Hz
DC:Nvidia Quadro M2000M (4GB)
OS:Win 10 Pro
NOW THAT LOOKS GOOD. what kind of deal are you getting. That would be a base model that should be great for simple parts.
For SolidWorks and SolidWorks Simulation.
It is a used laptop.
That is a bit underpowered, it could maybe work if you're only looking at very simple stuff, you'd definitely need to stick some more ram in there though.
I used this a lot in the past and it worked great for less complicated parts and assemblies.
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But it struggled a bit with bigger assemblies (assemblies with lots of electronic components in them), and it's considerably more powerful than the laptop you're looking at.
i would not recommend to buy this notebook.
Please relate the specs to your gaming computer and think it over. I'm pretty sure, a / your gaming computer at least 2-3 times faster, has a better GPU and more RAM. Right?
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