Revit allows AEC professionals to accomplish all kinds of tasks related to building design and modeling, from high-level workflows like structure conceptualizing to more nuanced functions like adding stairs and railings, as well as pipe-flow simulation. This wide and varied breadth of capability that Revit grants users is crucial to project collaboration and progress.
In order for Revit to work to its full potential, however, users need a workstation that drives software performance. This begins by understanding that Revit is a frequency-bound application meaning that it predominantly draws from one CPU core, which makes core speed a more important variable than the number of cores. Preferred Revit workstations like the APEXX S3 accelerate creative workflows by offering a professionally overclocked 4.8 GHz model which also includes 64GB of memory and support for up to three GPUs.