The potential of using VR and CAD applications like Revit or 3ds Max is an enticing one for AEC professionals. With intricate modeling functions and richly textured visuals, the outcomes could be astounding. However, before users dive into VR and CAD, they have to understand the optimal workstation configurations needed to support those workflows. CAD software is predominantly single-threaded, meaning core frequency is the primary performance driver; VR, on the other hand, relies on game engine technology that requires high-end graphics capabilities for a seamless experience.
AEC professionals can get the best of both worlds with a BOXX VR workstation like the APEXX S3. Professionally overclocked to 5.1 GHz, APEXX S3 can support up to three GPUs and 64GB of memory.