It may or may not work because it is not an SW-approved graphics card. I would also suggest checking out the Dell Outlet for Mid-size offices. They have some very good prices on refurbished and/or scratched Precision workstation models. These would likely have the approved cards. I have bought 2 of them and they work very well. I believe HP has a site also.
I would say if you are not going to use a Pro GPU (FireGL or Quadro) then you should at least get something with a good gamer card (256-bit memory interface or up). The 630M has a 128-bit GPU, and even on my home desktop with a mid-level 128-bit gaming card, SolidWorks is insanely laggy. I could suffer through it, but it would be just that... Suffering.
I've seen many people happy with the results of SolidWorks on a higher end Gaming card. But the single common denominator is the memory bandwidth. Pro cards can be 128-bit or up, because the architecture is geared very much differently.
Just my 2-cents, take with a shaker of salt.
Thanks guys, I feel more informed going into this. I always wished that SolidWorks would make a "lighter version" so you couold design on the road.But I digress,
They had another laptop with a gamers card in it, might have to take a closer look at that.