I’ve got a problem with a new HP Workstation with this specs.:
- Intel Xeon Bronze Hexa- core (6 Core), 1,70GH, 8,25MB Cache, 2133 Memory speed.
- 16GB DDR4 SDRAM.
- SSD 256 GB.
- On-board Raid: SATA/600 controller 0,1,5,10.
- Graphic Card: HP Inc NVIDIA Quadro P2000 5GB 4xDP
- Win. 10 Pro.
- Minitower black
I bought the workstation to HP and all the components were certificated by Siemens to work with Solid Edge but when I try to do something it’s impossible to move any piece fluent.
I’ve done numerous tests (working in local) like:
I do not know what else I can check.
I see two issue here which could be an impact to the performance and behaviour:
But this of course will not be the main reason for not being able to move any piece fluently.
This more point into the direction of graphics issues.
Hi there @Gerard_Prisma,
I agree with @hawcad about the CPU clock speed, not being of a particularly great performance end of their offerings.....something to consider for upgrading at a later time, as the rest of that system looks pretty good.
We also have the Quadro P2000 in our machines, and it works very well in our systems. [3.7GHz i7 CPU & 16GB RAM] So I have a couple of questions in this regards....
Below is what my system reports.....220.127.116.1190
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge 2019 [MP7] Classic [x3 Seats - Cloud Enabled]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
In no particular order....
Do you have a 3D mouse installed? if so, temporarily uninstall both the device and the software.
Do you have hyper-threading enabled? If so, temporarily disable it in BIOS?
Do you have an external USB device plugged into the workstation? Typically mobile phones can cause an issue.
in my experince, HP is a really bad brand for CAD work. Boxx is the best, Xi is not bad for the cash.
The speed of the CPU is the most important issues. More than two CPU is useless for Solid Edge.
The quality of the vid card is the nest most important item after CPU power
More ram never hurts (at least 32, 64 is better)
@12GAGE We exclusively use HP Workstations with SE and have no issues with them at all... They perform very well.
I think the OP has a specific issue that is causing his issue unrelated to the brand of PC.