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    I feel this might be the right place and means to get help. Trying to sift through all these results seems not effective but I'm hoping someone here can help.
    I am building a workstation PC for someone else, with the sole intention of using the PC for Revit (according to the client). The client also specified that they do not render on their PC, just everything else you use Revit for. They're a civil engineer in an architecture firm, which I think would explain to many of you why it is the way it is. Currently his goal is to have the best Revit PC in the office, and come in under budget of their prebuilt systems that they've been using.
    Anyways, I need help with choosing a GPU and I'll lay out some other specs here. From what I've read, it seems as though for Revit a Geforce card is plenty capable and may actually outperform Quadro cards. Is there solid benchmarking to support this? I'll list the transition I'm planning on making and why, please provide feedback.

    CPU:Intel 10900K to AMD 5900X -- With AMD's recent jump in clock speeds and IPC improvement I feel it provides a great opportunity to make some improvement in the CPU game and open accessibility to PCI-e gen4. I will be overclocking the CPU and water cooling it just so you're aware.
    Memory:64G of unspecified memory to 64G DDR4-3200 CL16 memory -- Wasn't sure what to do here since I didn't have speed specs on their current systems but figured the new ones would handle the Revit workload perfectly fine
    Storage:1TB unspecified Gen3 M.2 NVMe to 2TB Gen4 M.2 NVMe -- seems pretty self explanatory, bigger and considerably faster. Most data for the company is on a data server but a faster internal drive is always better
    GPU: Nvidia Quadro P2200 5G to Nvidia 3080 10G -- this is the plan, but again this is what I'm asking the most advice on. I originally looked at a Quadro P4000 but there was a big price discrepancy that didn't feel right in the budget (yes I'm aware of 3080 scalping prices but I have contacts and don't expect to pay more than $900 on the card)

    Cooling, MOBO, case, and PSU will all be further determined when I'm confident that everything else is good to go. The client is wanting smallest form factor possible so I'll have a fun time with it.

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    Not a 100% sure this thread is the right place for a discussion about hardware and there are a few threads in here that explain most of the stuff you are asking, but:


    10900K -> Yes with an overclock to 5/5.2 Ghz
    64Gb -> depending on the size of the projects, but most likely yes (have 32 myself in a 2 year old machine)
    Storage -> yep, not really anything else that makes any sense if you ask me

    GPU -> that is always the tricky one. For just Revit, so no rendering, no Enscape or Lumion a 3080 or P4000 is way overkill. Get a 3060 (if you can find one) or even a 1660 will do just fine. Revit itself really does not do much/anything with the GPU. Got a 1070ti myself and it runs any project I can throw at it in Revit and is even pretty good with Enscape.

    As you are talking about a client I'm guessing this is not the first machine you build, so you will most likely know this, but don't cheap out on your PSU. most/all problem I had with PC's in the past were PSU related, so I learned from that and got a nice platinum grade Seasonic now.

    If you need more idea's on building machines for Revit I'm sure Remiscs will pitch in here, but look him up on Instagram and Twitter to see what he is doing for Revit machines and he has build A LOT of them and tests the hell out of them, so he knows what he is doing for sure.

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    We tried RFO with Revit 2022 and it didn't work :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie Jamo View Post
    We tried RFO with Revit 2022 and it didn't work :-(
    Nope that will need some changes in the code. When that is done you will see that here on the forum.

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    Did you overclock your system? Looking at the score...

    Quote Originally Posted by BIMbox View Post
    Code:
    RVT 2021 - Full_Standard set - 2020.08.05 @ 15.30.58 on DESKTOP-3R9O6PN.txt    RFO Benchmark v3.3 (build 30.07.2020)
        RevitForum.org
    
    
    All times are in seconds, lower is better.
    
    
    
    
    Run on Revit 2021 FCS
    
    
    _________________________________________________________________
    Update
        8.85   update previous version file
    
    
    _________________________________________________________________
    Model creation benchmark
        3.91   opening and loading the custom template
        8.86   creating the floors levels and grids
       14.68   creating a group of walls and doors
       24.56   modifying the group by adding a curtain wall
        8.89   creating the exterior curtain wall
        7.30   creating the sections
        3.02   changing the curtain wall panel type
        9.40   creating area plans
        1.46   creating and applying view template
       82.08   TOTAL
    
    
    _________________________________________________________________
    Export benchmark
       45.30   export all views as PNGs at 300 dpi
       42.23   export all views as DWFs
       66.76   export all views as DWGs
       42.76   print all views as vector *
       72.97   print all views as raster *
    
    
    Notes:
     *  Print Views tests require the 'Microsoft XPS Document Writer' printer be installed.
    
    
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    Render benchmark
       54.48   render
    
    
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    Graphics - Standard View
        4.42   activate View Styles view
        0.35   change view to Wireframe
        0.58   change view to Hidden
        0.79   change view to Shaded
        0.83   change view to Consistent Colors
        3.74   change view to Realistic
        0.60   refresh Wireframe Line view x10
        2.63   refresh Hidden Line view x10
        2.83   refresh Shaded view x10
        2.67   refresh Consistent Colors view x10
        2.30   refresh Realistic view x10
        0.29   activate View Cube view
        4.27   rotate view x1
       26.30   TOTAL
    
    
    Notes:
        Graphics benchmark measures the entire graphics stack, which includes CPU and memory.
        To meaningfully compare graphics cards, test all cards in the same machine
        and use the 'Graphics - expanded' benchmark.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    TEST CONDITIONS:
    _______________________________________________________
    Mfr:   BIMBOX
    Model: Stryker II v1.0a
    OS:    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (build 1909)
    
    
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    CPU0: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz
    Max Clock Speed: 3.6Ghz
    Physical Processors: 8
    Logical Processors: 8
    
    
    Total Physical Memory: 128GB
    BANK 0: 32GB @ 3200Mhz
    BANK 1: 32GB @ 3200Mhz
    BANK 2: 32GB @ 3200Mhz
    BANK 3: 32GB @ 3200Mhz
    
    
    _______________________________________________________
    Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER
    Graphics RAM: 3.9990234375GB
    Driver version: 26.21.14.3200
    Screen Resolution: 3440 x 1440 x bit @ 49Hz (max 99Hz)
    
    
    DPI Scaling: 100%
    
    
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    Drive Type: Local Disk (NTFS)
    Drive Model: Samsung SSD 970 PRO 1TB
    Interesting the Hz on the screen resolution is different that what I would have expected. I am using HDMI 1.4 so 60 should have been the number. Working to test our new Stryker II with the 10900K Delid at 5.4Ghz.

    *EDIT*
    -snipped by snowyweston

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    Just got a message for a pricedrop of the 5600X, right now 305 euro's on Megekko. Not to bad.

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    Just did a run with my new 4500U laptop with integrated graphics and 16Gb memory and it's very nice for the 699 euro's

    Code:
    RVT 2021 - Full_Simplified set - 2021.05.08 @ 13.22.27 on LAPTOP-FSTF2CSL.txt
        RFO Benchmark v3.3 (build 30.07.2020)
        RevitForum.org
    
    All times are in seconds, lower is better.
    
    
    Run on Revit 2021 FCS
    
    _________________________________________________________________
    Model creation benchmark
        5.41   opening and loading the custom template
       14.60   creating the floors levels and grids
       23.80   creating a group of walls and doors
       36.80   modifying the group by adding a curtain wall
       13.52   creating the exterior curtain wall
       11.31   creating the sections
        4.80   changing the curtain wall panel type
       16.91   creating area plans
        2.33   creating and applying view template
      129.48   TOTAL
    
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    Graphics
        6.14   activate View Styles view
        1.41   change view to Wireframe
        0.11   change view to Hidden
        0.41   change view to Shaded
        0.44   change view to Consistent Colors
        0.42   change view to Realistic
        1.11   refresh Wireframe Line view x10
        4.23   refresh Hidden Line view x10
        4.46   refresh Shaded view x10
        4.25   refresh Consistent Colors view x10
        9.74   refresh Realistic view x10
        0.61   activate View Cube view
        2.98   rotate view x1
       36.31   TOTAL
    
    Notes:
        Graphics benchmark measures the entire graphics stack, which includes CPU and memory.
        To meaningfully compare graphics cards, test all cards in the same machine
        and use the 'Graphics - expanded' benchmark.
    
    
    
    
    TEST CONDITIONS:
    _______________________________________________________
    Mfr:   LENOVO
    Model: 81YQ
    OS:    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 bits (build 2009)
    
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    CPU0: AMD Ryzen 5 4500U with Radeon Graphics         
    Max Clock Speed: 2.375Ghz
    Physical Processors: 6
    Logical Processors: 6
    
    Total Physical Memory: 15GB
    P0 CHANNEL A: 8GB @ 3200Mhz
    P0 CHANNEL B: 8GB @ 3200Mhz
    
    _______________________________________________________
    Graphics Card: AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics
    Graphics RAM: 0.5GB
    Driver version: 27.20.11028.10001
    Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 x bit @ 60Hz (max 60Hz)
    
    DPI Scaling: 125%
    
    _______________________________________________________
    Drive Type: Local Disk (NTFS)
    Drive Model: SKHynix_HFM512GDHTNI-87A0B

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