Maxwell vs. Pascal vs. Titan for Solidworks

julienruc

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Hi,

I've been given a large budget from my company to build the ultimate solidworks PC. I've got all the parts covered but I'm just a bit confused when it comes to the GPU.

Can someone help me elaborate the pros and cons between a Quadro M, Quadro P, and Titan models? Which one would be best?

I've got about 1,000$ left for the GPU so please keep it under that.

I do occasional 3D works on AutoCad but it's primarily for Solidworks.
 

julienruc

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What's the difference with Maxwell models? How come they're much more expensive?
 

RobCrezz

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Maxwell is the generation previous to Pascal. Presumably they can be more expensive because they aren't being produced any more.


Nvidia architectures old to new:

Fermi -> Kepler -> Maxwell -> Pascal -> Volta/Turing

The newest ones are the Quadro RTX card which are using the Turing architecture, but they are only available at the high end, so wont be in your budget.

A Quadro P4000 looks to be the best card in your budget.
 

julienruc

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Alright, thanks a lot for the information.
 

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