I'm getting a new PC with a NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 w/6GB GDDR6 graphics card. I haven't seen any blogs or posts about this particular graphics card and I wanted to see if any one can confirm that it is fully compatible with ContextCapture Update 16. I appreciate the intel before I make this big purchase.
ContextCapture can use Intel and AMD graphics cards, we recommend using NVidia GPUs. You can use the link below to get more informations about it.
After you get your PC please post the benchmark scores so I can update my list - https://communities.bentley.com/products/3d_imaging_and_point_cloud_software/f/contextcapture-descartes-pointools-forum/127804/contextcapture-benchmark-scores
Nvidia is recommending quadro for Contextcapture - https://www.pny.com/File%20Library/Professional/NVIDIA%20Quadro%20RTX/Quadro-Sales-Tool-Workstation-Sales-Advisor-May2020.pdf
But actually Quadro is not needed and gaming cards provide more performance so are more cost effective. Overclocked Ti versions would not be recommended as cost more work hotter but performance increase is not so impressive. Also for Autocad or Microstation Quadro cards are recommended but I have seen that it may be counterproductive as Quadro still has same hardware as gaming cards so could have same issues.
For your list. My new Nvidia 3080 benchmarks at 375.