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    hi all,
    which is a good combination for designs on Revit


    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X & Quadro P2200
    AMD Ryzen 9 5950X & Quadro P620
    Last edited by fitrahmuh; May 24, 2021, 03:58 PM.

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      The P620 has just 2Gb of memory and Autodesk tells us Revit needs 4Gb as a minimum (2Gb works OK for small projects) but I would not do that.

      The 5950X seems a bit overkill with the 16 cores, which you are not going to use with Revit and it is a bit expansive for not using all the cores. I would go with a Ryzen 9 5900X if I had the choice and put the money you save in the GPU.

      So 5900X and a P2200 unless money is no problem, then the 5950X and a P2200 and that is only because the GeForce cards are very hard to come by these days.
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        Originally posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
        The P620 has just 2Gb of memory and Autodesk tells us Revit needs 4Gb as a minimum (2Gb works OK for small projects) but I would not do that.

        The 5950X seems a bit overkill with the 16 cores, which you are not going to use with Revit and it is a bit expansive for not using all the cores. I would go with a Ryzen 9 5900X if I had the choice and put the money you save in the GPU.

        So 5900X and a P2200 unless money is no problem, then the 5950X and a P2200 and that is only because the GeForce cards are very hard to come by these days.
        I want to optimize the specs of computers on a budget that is not too big, especially now that the price of CPU and GPU continues to rise.
        or with the 5800X and P620 while waiting for the normal GPU.
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          Originally posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
          The P620 has just 2Gb of memory and Autodesk tells us Revit needs 4Gb as a minimum (2Gb works OK for small projects) but I would not do that.

          The 5950X seems a bit overkill with the 16 cores, which you are not going to use with Revit and it is a bit expansive for not using all the cores. I would go with a Ryzen 9 5900X if I had the choice and put the money you save in the GPU.

          So 5900X and a P2200 unless money is no problem, then the 5950X and a P2200 and that is only because the GeForce cards are very hard to come by these days.
          finally I chose to use the AMD ryzen 7 5800x with the Radeon Pro WX 3200 GPU and G. Skill Neo 32GB.
          Currently GPU stock is very difficult and prices are still high.

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