QUOTE(^pomen_GTR^ @ Sep 18 2018, 04:24 PM)
yes i understand that...
lets say if a quadro perform 100% for cad and revit and perform only 40% at gaming...
compared to gtx perform 90% for cad and revit with 100% gaming performance...especially for home user which one will u choose?
double edged sword or single edged super sharp sword?
and in fact.. 3d architectural rendering software like lumion favour gaming gtx card over quadro....simply due to the graphic demands by these software..https://support.lumion.com/hc/en-us/article...rd-do-you-need-
You could actually play games with workstation cards... Normal GTX maybe 100% gaming, 70% productivity, and Quadro maybe 100% productivity, 50% gaming. But workstation cards have optimised drivers, generally selected chips to work well, support error correction as well as double precision calculation. Things that are pretty good to have for serious production work. Dont need to buy the latest and greatest, can even get used parts.
Seriously, though.... The recent advances in gaming graphic cards makes them excellent choices for productivity work, due to performance/dollar ratio.
Of course, they should match the parts with their needs (eg software req) and budget. TS focus more on productivity and only light gaming, so either way will be adequate. RX580 works reasonably well, so let them continue with the setup as is and consider upgrade if doing more professional work.This post has been edited by mbr: Sep 19 2018, 08:28 AM