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I am working on an Intel Celeron processor 2.41 4GB ram. The I have a much faster I5 (much faster operating system) but its not mobile. Will it make a difference particularly in the time it takes to go 3-D and bring up items with a faster processor than the celeron??....or is the time limited by the the software? It's taking about 3-6 seconds to bring up the 3-d perspectives...You guys that have it loaded to a really fast system IE: I5 I7 or even Quad core..does the program load faster?

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Your CPU is not the pivotal matter, your video card is the main factor relative to rendering and camera view speed and stability. Of course a faster CPU will help, faster RAM and having an SSD hard drive helps but your video card is always the main bottle-neck for visuals. Most laptop video support falls short for Chief Architect and Home Designer title performance.

 

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I have a fast (280 GTX) card on my Mac and rendering takes about 5 seconds,

Alan

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Thanks, actually I have boosted the 4gig to 8 (forgot to post that)..I'll look into a video card upgrade....  

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make sure you have the latest Intel video Drivers if your laptop is using the Intel HD videocard, if you laptop has two videocards ,make sure Chief/HD is using the nvidia or ATI card not the intel card too.

 

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