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  1. Yeah, this has less to do with the CPU and more...

    Yeah, this has less to do with the CPU and more to do with the cooling system in the laptop. I haven't met a laptop that didn't kick in the fans during sustained usage.
  2. Huh... you're correct of course, but has that...

    Huh... you're correct of course, but has that ALWAYS been the case or did that change at some point? It looks like it also imports and leaves in materials? I don't recall that being the behavior in...
  3. Deleting this as I appear to be mistaken per...

    Deleting this as I appear to be mistaken per Aaron's post.
  4. There's lots of great info in this thread, and...

    There's lots of great info in this thread, and some of the following is redundant, but I just want to comment on the CPUs specifically as your follow-up questions suggested you might still be...
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    Sticky: Hi digdugbim - welcome to RFO! Sorry for the...

    Hi digdugbim - welcome to RFO!

    Sorry for the slow reply, but you'd probably be better off having started a new thread, as this is less to do with a Mac (which very few people here are using and...
  6. What most people see here are several of the most...

    What most people see here are several of the most respected Revit experts on the planet volunteering their time to answer your questions, and you continue to be willfully ignorant, argumentative and...
  7. We've been going through this every year now, and...

    We've been going through this every year now, and I get more confused by the year... at least through our reseller (can't believe that's still a "thing"), we're still saving significant money by...
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    We aren't using 2020 yet... I'm kind of waiting...

    We aren't using 2020 yet... I'm kind of waiting for point release, but really don't care if we ever upgrade... it's a bad joke now... I imagine the developers just sit around all day eating donuts...
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    Yes, it could be. ;) It's absolutely an...

    Yes, it could be. ;)

    It's absolutely an idiotic system based on 20 year old software design. It was a kludge then, and it's simply an embarrassment now. But Autodesk simply doesn't care about this...
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    Like, really terrible. (it's because Revit...

    Like, really terrible.

    (it's because Revit likes fast cores, but limited benefits with tons of cores... which is exactly the opposite of that CPU)

    If you're Dell, I was just recommending the...
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    Recently we've been going with the Dell XPS/XPS...

    Recently we've been going with the Dell XPS/XPS SE desktops (through the "business" side - NOT the "home" side) - i7 6 cores, good choices on the GTX front, decent enough NVMe SSD's options, and even...
  12. If you're using the Mac as a file server through...

    If you're using the Mac as a file server through an SMB connection, it should work fine. That being said, while I know it "works", I've never used it that way long-term, and don't know if there's...
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    This literally happened on one of our projects...

    This literally happened on one of our projects just last week - I've been running into so many bugs in Revit, that at first I assumed it was just another in a long list of these sorts of issues......
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    Ha! I thought was kind of a strange phrasing......

    Ha! I thought was kind of a strange phrasing... hopefully I still addressed what you were asking. (btw, I've primarily focused on residential construction for the last 30 years, and all I know is...
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    Of course no single "right" way (and every office...

    Of course no single "right" way (and every office I've worked at has had these debates multiple times), but what you seem to be suggesting is the way I typically suggest doing it, i.e. first string,...
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    We've been using Synology NAS for our small...

    We've been using Synology NAS for our small office (~10 people) for around 7 years now, and they make for a great file server.

    As far as Synology goes, the "Plus" series is right for you, just a...
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    I just want chime in that I've been having the...

    I just want chime in that I've been having the same issue - was actually asking around our office about it a couple weeks ago... I've noticed it for at least a month... probably longer.

    Just add...
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    Thanks as always Steve! It's only one...

    Thanks as always Steve!

    It's only one building, but we're still moving it around on the site and up and down, so that's why I need them as separate files.

    The only way I could get things to...
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    True North & Project North in linked files

    Hi all,

    Back with my semi-annual questions about true north and project north. ;)

    So in a "site" project file, I've successfully set up true north and project north. If I go to a true north...
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    Yeah, so what does "high detail" mean? Modeling...

    Yeah, so what does "high detail" mean? Modeling the acoustic tile ceiling? Modeling each tile of the ceiling? Modeling the tile wire hangers? Are we modeling screws? ;)

    Like I suggested in my...
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    Hi Amsabry and welcome to RFO! Maybe you could...

    Hi Amsabry and welcome to RFO!

    Maybe you could describe a little more about what "LOD 500" means for your projects? I googled the term, and it seems there's some disagreement in the industry about...
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    Sticky: Greetings riversayblue - welcome to RFO! Since...

    Greetings riversayblue - welcome to RFO!

    Since you're new here, I should ask are you a Revit user? What size and type of projects are you working on?
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    All the replies are correct in that the Xeon 4110...

    All the replies are correct in that the Xeon 4110 isn't well suited for Revit usage in that Revit relies far more on single core speed than multi-core. And the rest of your computer specs look really...
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    I'm rooting for them as well, again just from a...

    I'm rooting for them as well, again just from a competition standpoint. And I have a soft spot for AMD - I built myself an Opteron 175 Dual-Core 2.2GHz (equivalent to an Athlon X2 4400) workstation a...
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    Could be. Competition is generally a good thing....

    Could be. Competition is generally a good thing.

    A couple things...

    1. That table wasn't released by AMD... it's source is very questionable and most tech sites have indicated it's not likely...
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