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    Default graphic Quadro T2000 vs T1000 vs T500

    Hi,

    I need a laptop for PTC Creo and Autodesk Inventor and I am wondering if there is a need of having T2000 or maybe it is enought to have T500 graphic card?
    Any advice?
    I am working with not very complicated assemblies.


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    Default Re: graphic Quadro T2000 vs T1000 vs T500

    Don't take this as concrete evidence but I used Inventor on my work laptop and it just has the Intel onboard graphics. It worked ok for the most part. But what I had the most trouble with is not the graphics, but working with files over VPN. If you are working with local files, it shouldn't be too bad with small models that don't have thousands of parts. I ended up remoting to my desktop and using Inventor on that pc to reduce issues with file transfers.
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