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Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 7:13:30 AM | revit is so demanding that it frustrates me. any advice which to upgrade?

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currently, i've been using revit architecture 2011 and in the process of training.

my desktop is currently a 4core pc with 8gig ram and a decent high end gaming Vcard.

so, as i was doing this tutorial from youtube, about creating adaptive and parametric curtain panel by pattern system

and applying it to a curved surface, the model in my revit was regenerating so slow. while the same model in youtube

was instant! the model was small and it's just a mass. i'm very worried, that at this stage, my pc can hardly cope with it

what more if i'm actaully on a project.

so does revit really needs an insane 16core - 32 gig ram? i was starting to think that this is the minimum, sigh*


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Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 7:19:03 PM | revit is so demanding that it frustrates me. any advice which to upgrade?

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Its not hardware issue, What you could do is create another view where to model, with that mass hidden. And only regenerating once.


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Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 8:49:37 AM | revit is so demanding that it frustrates me. any advice which to upgrade?

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My laptop is 6 years old. people know because when I post a screen shot, people trip off the OS on the screen :-P. I run revit 2011 on it all day long. Whole projects.... I love it. there is someting wrong with you machine.


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Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 4:25:06 PM | revit is so demanding that it frustrates me. any advice which to upgrade?

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"Creating adaptive and parametric curtain panel by pattern system and applying it to a curved surface". That's a tall order.

 

For someone in training you have managed to jump right into some fairly advanced tasks.

 

Do you have an actual requirement to build adaptive parametric panels on a curved surface ?

 

I've been using REVIT for 8+ years and haven't touched that stuff so I am personally not aware of the hardware and video requirements for this type of modeling.

Unless you have an actual need for this advanced modeling I suggest you stick with the fundamentals and see how your PC performs.

 

Just understanding the theory of adaptive parametric panels and multiple nested families makes me think "High Performance PC".


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