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Autocad & 3dsmax don't have Quadro optimizations as far as I am aware due to being DirectX.


https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/3ds-m...h/td-p/8681995

https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3...-vray-and-more

TITAN RTX as baseline:
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https://techgage.com/article/nvidia-...ance-review/5/


https://www.igorslab.media/nvidia-qu...ng-igorslab/5/
" Autodesk's AutoCAD is now almost a standard DirectX application, both in 2D design and shading in 3D views. "
"The 3D result is dominated again by Nvidia and everything is grouped as one would expect from a computer game and DirectX11 that is not exactly dead-optimized. But here, too, the differences can be measured and displayed in the bars, but are hardly noticeable in daily use."


Really I wouldn't look lower than 8GB GDDR6 VRAM so RTX 2070 Super (TU104 similar to RTX 2080) is a good bet at $500 for price/perf, it's the gamer version of $1000 RTX 4000 (TU104) with improved CUDA count. Could probably undervolt it and use Nvidia's Creator driver (not Quadro driver). Less than that there's the RTX 2070 / RTX 2060 Super 8GB but those are ~$400.

On Quadros the best you'll get for $500 is P2200 which is Pascal based GTX 1060 5GB GDDR5X.

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