I have a Lenovo P15 Gen 2, with an A3000. The chip seems to work pretty well for Rhino. Even though the P15 Gen 2 could stand more cooling, it Cycles renders surprisingly well. I fret over the idea that the A3000 might be comparable to my GTX1080 desktop.
I just download drivers for the A3000 laptop this morning. To download them, you have to make sure you are in the RTX laptop dropdown box, as there may be no A3000 desktop card. nVidia’s website user interface could use some work. Though, I think that a few months ago, I had trouble finding A3000 drivers.
Also, please make sure that if you are not voiding your warranty by using non-vender drivers. In some situations, addition thermal management software might be called for.
In the Nvidia settings, there are power management settings for more performance and less lag.
Generally, I feel that you don’t need a lot of anisotropic filtering unless you are applying textures to deep, long things, like hallways and valleys.
In Windows 10, you must also make sure that the GPU is set for Rhino in BOTH the nVidia settings AND the Windows ones.
[I trying to help a friend learn 3D modeling in Blender, which I don’t use much. Though, I’ve been doing some FEM studies in Freecad, because I am running a low-buck operation.]
It’s a choice that I make for myself, but I disable virtual memory on my machines because Windows will issue it stupidly when it’s not necessary–BUT Windows uses the VM (contiguous) area for crash-dumps, so, if you disable VM, and if your computer should crashes, you will have less clues as to why. Also, I have 32GB of memory, which is usually sufficient but not excessive for my Rhino projects.