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    Precision T1700 Specs

    Our architectural company has recently moved onto Revit and plans on upgrading the machines to suit. Are the below specs suitable for small office, domestic-scale Revit work? (Budget = 1500e, Coming in at 1250e). Much appreciated, thank you.

    Precision T1700 Small Form Factor

    Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1271 v3 (Quad Core HT, 3.60GHz Turbo,8MB
    Nvidia Quadro K620 2GB Half Height (DP, DL-DVI-I) (1 DP to SL-DVI adapter)
    16GB (2x8GB) 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC
    C3 mSATA + 2.5inch SATA 1 Hard Drive, 32GB 2.5inch Mini-Card Serial ATA Solid State Drive
    Last edited by davidmahon; August 4, 2015, 02:42 PM.

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    Hi David - welcome to RFO!

    Looks like a good start. The K620 is pretty low-end... what's the next step up available? e.g. K2200 would be decent.

    Get a full-sized SSD, e.g. ~250GB. 32GB won't cut it... that's basically acting like a cache, which is better than nothing, but that's not saying much. You probably don't need the HDD if you're working off a file server.

    16GB RAM is probably just fine, but what type and size of projects do you work on?

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      #3
      Thanks for the welcome and for getting back so promptly. Ok I've added 256GB (Adata DP900 SSD 2.5 inch SATA 6Gb/s, 1M Hrs MTBF) for an extra 150e. I'm not exactly sure how it benefits a work station on a server but it seems to be recommended. The projects we work on are small to middle scale (typically below 5000 sq. ft.). Appreciated.
      Last edited by davidmahon; August 4, 2015, 08:25 PM.

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        #4
        Originally posted by davidmahon View Post
        I'm not exactly sure how it benefits a work station on a server but it seems to be recommended.
        It kind of sounds like you've never really used one? It's a HUGE benefit to overall system performance. I wouldn't recommend a computer without one.

        :beer:

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          #5
          Hopefully the 32GB SSD was a typo.....as Win 7 by itself is close to 40GB....even a 120GB drive won't work once you have one version of BDS installed...
          Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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            #6
            Just piffed my 120gb for a 512. Too small unless you are only running REVIT.


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