I would really appreciate your input on this. I’m brand new to this so, I’m puzzling over the right balance of power/performance versus $. I’d be happy with 80% optimization before the price incremental price curve goes to the stratosphere.
Just looking for some feedback as to what level of video card I really need for using Rhino Flamingo and possibly but overly likely, Brazil for modelling low priced coins and jewelry - souvenir type items. We’re not into precious metals etc. we’re talking $-$$ per item, not $$$-$$$$.
Was also looking at possibly using Vectric and a legacy ArtCam licence for some other things like CNC’ed wood reliefs etc.
We’ll be adding workstations along the way, so I’d like to position in the middle for now and then once we have some miles under the wheels, we can make more informed decisions.
Current specs for the system I am looking at are:
9th Gen Core™ i7 9700 (8-Core, 12MB Cache, 4.7GHz 32GB RAM
NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2070 8GB GDDR6 or GEForce RTX 2060 Super 8GB GDDR6
Or is there a more optimized card in the GeForce lineup? These cards seem to be about 77-87% capacity of the highest end cards. I’m open to Quadro but the curve climbs quick on that side.
My best guess is a Quadro P2000 or K2200?
Any input you can provide is much appreciated!