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jrunkles1221

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  1. Thank you for all the info! I will more than likely go with the P73 since they have 17" screens now and work a lot from them at the machines. Looking at SolidWorks, they are very particular about their drivers.
  2. Hello, I am a long time watcher of LTT and finally decided to join the forums because I have a question I can not find a definitive answer to. We are ready to replace our CAD laptop workstations where I work, currently they are working on Dell Precision M6800 with i7-4710MQ CPU's, 8GB Ram, 250 Samsung SSD's and Quadro K3100M 4GB video cards. I am looking at two options to replace these computers, the first option is the Lenovo ThingPad P73 with an i7-9750H CPU, 16GB Ram, 512 NVMe SSd's and a Quadro P620 4GB video card or option 2 would be a Lenovo X1 Extreme Gen 2 with the same CPU, RAM and HDD but with a GTX 1650 Max-Q 4GB video card instead. My questions is what really is the performance difference between the Quadro and GTX? My engineers user SolidWorks 2019, AutoCAD 219 and KeyShot for design software. Could I get them the lighter X1 Extreme and still retain the performance of the P73?
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