October 15, 2015, 02:24:22 am
Hi Karan Singh
The Passmark for the GTX 750 Ti is 3688. For the CPU it is 9604. Those would be OK for "simple scenes" - something like a single and not highly detailed building with some entourage. The specifications seem to be more suited to a lower to general level for CAD with the Xeon processor and motherboard.
Please refer to:
1. LUMION 5: Minimum hardware requirements
2. Lumion Web Site: Specifications
3. Passmark: Videocard Benchmarks
Web site Guide: Hardware for Lumion
The type of scenes you are wanting to create is central to the decisions you will need to make.
I suggest you have a look through some of the members Finished Projects or other video examples, and select a range of those you consider might be the type of scene you want to create. Then compare those to the guidelines for the three ranges of scenes (simple, moderate and complex).
If you are unsure, we can give you a 'closer' idea if you provide links to the topics.
Appreciate you may have a budget that is limited, but from a professional and business perspective, the PC will be an investment so the more funds you can put in to the hardware (and software of course
) the better. Always aim to include more capability so that there is some scope for more demanding projects if they arise.
If you look at higher specifications, such as a GTX 960 Ti/970 or above then you will need to increase the power supply to at least 650W. I would also consider the motherboard to be a minimum, with no capacity to increase above 16GB of RAM (although Lumion will work fine with 16GB
Part of the performance impact of hardware is the ability to render out jobs faster. Lumion, in using the GPU (for about 90% of it's work) gives a rapid turnaround, but even so, there is a big difference between a very low level GTX 750 (even if a Ti) and a GTX 970/GTX 980.
Please note that the above does not mean that I or Act-3D endorse specific products. We are unable to offer any guarantees regarding the expected performance in Lumion with the above-mentioned hardware, and you cannot hold us liable for any costs or damages incurred if you purchase hardware based on our posts on this forum or via email.