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System Requirements for Revit 2019

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On April 17, 2018 Autodesk published a very useful article about the System Requirements for Revit 2019. What’s great about it, is that the main hardware configurations are workflow related. Below I have outlined a modified SUMMARY of my top recommendations:

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  • Minimum: Entry-Level Configuration
    • Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or Pro
    • Multi-Core Intel® i5 or i7 Series processor or AMD® equivalent with SSE2 technology
    • 8 GB RAM
  • Value: Balanced price and performance
    • Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or Pro
    • Multi-Core Intel® i7-Series processor or AMD® equivalent with SSE2 technology
    • 16 GB RAM
  • Performance: Large, complex models
    • Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or Pro
    • Multi-Core Intel Xeon, Intel® i7-Series processor or AMD® equivalent with SSE2 technology
    • 32-64 GB RAM
    • 10,000+ RPM (for Point Cloud interactions) or Solid State Drive
  • Collaboration for Revit (in addition to the above)
    • Three times (3X) the total disk space consumed by equivalent RVT files for all cloud workshared projects accessed by the user.
    • Internet connection able to deliver symmetrical 25 Mbps for each machine on burst transfers.
  • VMware®: Recommended-Level Configuration (in addition to the above)
    • VMware Horizon® 6.1 or later / VMware vSphere® 6 or later
    • 384-512 GB RAM
    • NVIDIA GRID K2 or later
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For more info, please refer to the original article.

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