I want to buy this AutoCAD Civil 3D software but i want to confirm it either it would be able to run on my laptop or not
the configuration of my laptop is :
Intel Core i3- 2.4 ghz , 4gb DDR3 RAM, and intel hd 3000 on board graphic card.
Plz reply me soon over this concern
Hi there i was wondering if autocad 2010 or civilo 3d would work smoothly on this laptop:
or would i need a core i5 laptop?
There are no versions currently supported on Win 8. The next release, 2014, most likely will. Not supported just means that autodesk will not support the product on that OS. There are people running 2013 on Win 8 and some are running 2012. But I've heard there were some problems installing 2012.
The overall configuration is a little lite but not out of the question. I would depend on how big and complex a project you'll be working on.
Search the discussion group for Win 8 to see more posts on the subject.
Right that makes more sense. But taking the problem of x64 and x84 bit out of the question. Is the laptop specifications such as the cpu and ram compatable to run such a program as autocad civil 3d on it. Mainly 3d double layer domes will be produced. So will the 2.4ghz and 6ram and core i3 processor be enough to run autocad and produce domes?
Mainly 3d double layer domes will be produced.
Sorry. That phrase isn't one I recognize. Are you talking about something like a landfill cap?
As I mentioned. The laptop should run the program. It may be a little slow handling a large amount of data. Do the domes cove a quarter acre, 2 acres or 5 square miles? I'd think you'd want a minimum of 8MB.
I'm running a core i7 1.87 GHz with 8 GB RAM on a Dell 6500 laptop workstation and have no problems. But at work we're specifying Dell T7500's with Xenon processors and 24 GB RAM.
Domes - sound more like some sort of architectural stuff to me
(No connection with Autodesk other than using the products in the world)
IDSP Premium 2014 (mainly Civil 3D 2014 but also 3ds Max Design)
Win 7 Pro x64, 256Gb SSD, 300Gb 15,000 rpm HDD
16Gb Ram Intel Xeon CPU E5-1607 0 @ 3.00GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.0GHz
NVIDIA Quadro 4000, Dual 27" Monitor, Dell T3600