V5 and soon to also be V7 win 10.
I want to compare v5 and V7 with Holomark. and I see Holomark 2_R6 exists.
Q1. IMPORTANTLY will it work with v5 on win 7 pro 64bit …and… on v5 and v7 on win 10 pro 64 bit ?
MSI GTX970 as was tested by me on my win764bitPro rhino v5 which I have results for.
I AM CONCERNED OVER A REDUCTION IN PERFORMANCE ON RHINO V7 AS …I see in Adobe Photoshop CS6 available ram has dropped to 87% of what was available on win7 64 bit pro.
Win 10 64bit pro seems to have taken 13% of my available ram.
This shocks me, and now I discover win10 does take more ram, as I am maxed out at 32Gb I dont want to go backwards regards performance in rhino and video editing and photoshop and other memory important progs I use.
Q2. Do we get to allocate RAM in Rhino like one can in Pshop ? Even at 100% the Pshop slider cant give me the 26683Mb that 90% gave for Pshop use. 25808 is the max.
I have 32Gb of Vengeance Pro DDR ram by Corsair.
Q3. I thought win10 would boost performance, not lessen it. Does the loss of ram get offset in anyway by win10 to make the PC same or faster ?
I am wanting quicker mesh handling, as meshes and V5 are terribly slow. I long for v7 and better handling, but will win10 deny me ?
MSI GTX970 has 4Gb Graphics ram.
Q4. Everyone says win10 better than win7, yet having spent a week with it overcoming basic workflow hurdles its given, I am yet to see whats good ! Just what was the advantage of win10 otherwise except being able to run v7 , but at what cost ?
As an interface and navigation its ruined what was good (win7 and classic shell)…I am hating win 10.
Even the ‘recent places’ icon top left in windows explorer (now file explorer) that gave me quick access to where I was saving files to has gone, everything involves browsing from root level onwards for each save or paste.
To see my RAM removed is the last straw. hate the flat interfaces, win 10 more like win79, win11 even worse I gather.
So lets see how win 10 compares to win 7 with Holomark.
Q5. Has anyone else compared both OS’s with same hardware ?