Re: Minimum Specs for NVDA with Other Intensive Applications
I disagree with "needs to have an SSD". It's nice, but it's not essential.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
It improves startup time for the machine as a whole, and loading time for
applications, but doesn't affect how well applications run once they're loaded.
I agree with "as much RAM as you can afford / will fit". I'd say that is the
most important aspect of getting a machine to run well. Also, it's essential
that you have a 64-bit machine and a 64-bit version of Windows, otherwise the
machine simply will not use more than 3Gbytes of RAM no matter how much is
A CPU with several cores will help with running multiple applications - more
so than a particularly fast CPU.
So my list of priorities would be:
1. 64 bit CPU and 64 bit edition of Windows
2. Lots of RAM
3. Multi-core CPU
4. Fast CPU
5. SSD instead of HDD
Hope that helps,
On Friday 11 January 2019 at 11:52:42, Brian K. Lingard wrote:
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