AMD’s Ryzen 5000 Series processors have shown stellar performance across a wide range of applications so far, and now we have the opportunity to test them head-to-head against Intel’s Core series in Autodesk Revit 2021.
A short article covering some of the best computer system configurations for working with parts and assemblies in Inventor.
The release of 3ds Max 2021, as well as new CPUs from Intel and AMD, it was time for a new round of hardware testing. This was also a great opportunity to begin building a new benchmark suite to test many of the common actions within 3ds Max such as modeling, simulations and rendering. There has been a lot of changes within 3ds Max as well as with CPUs in the years since our last pass, so let’s see how Max handles now.
We put several Quadro video cards to the test in Autodesk Inventor 2020.2, using Inventor Bench, to see if there is a benefit to having a higher performance GPU in this application.
We put several Quadro video cards to the test in Autodesk Revit 2020.2, using RFO Benchmark, to see if there is a benefit to having a higher performance GPU in this application.
Intel has launched their 8th generation of Core processors, code named “Coffee Lake”. This includes the first step beyond quad-core CPUs for Intel’s mainstream processor line. We are taking a look at how these new CPUs perform in Autodesk Revit 2018, compared to the previous 7th generation “Kaby Lake” Core i7 7700K and a couple of AMD’s Ryzen 7 chips.
Performance testing on a wide range of Intel and AMD processor options to see how they compare in Autodesk ReMake. Comparison to “online” (cloud) processing and a look at system memory usage are also included.
Intel Core and AMD Ryzen processor performance in Autodesk Revit 2018, including both general modeling and rendering performance.
An analysis of NVIDIA Quadro GPU (video card) performance in Autodesk Revit 2018 using the RFO Benchmark.
An analysis of NVIDIA GeForce GPU (video card) performance in Autodesk ReMake, including a look at graphics memory usage and dual GPUs.