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Artec Studio 15.1 HD - tested laptops

Introduced in Artec Studio 15.1, the HD mode (High Definition mode) is a completely new algorithm that greatly enhances the quality of Artec Eva and Artec Leo scans.

Performed on raw Eva or Leo scans, "HD reconstruction" is a complex process that requires a lot of computing power and memory.
In order for the algorithm to perform optimally, an adequate GPU is required: a modern NVIDIA graphics card with at least 2GB of VRAM (for Artec Eva) or at least 4GB of VRAM (for Artec Leo).
For optimal calculation times, an NVIDIA card with a CUDA compute capability of at least 6.1 and  8+ GB of VRAM is highly recommended.

If the graphics card does not meet the minimum requirements (or an outdated graphics driver is installed), the HD reconstruction algorithm will be executed on the CPU instead of the GPU.
This will cause the algorithm to perform many times slower, potentially taking multiple hours to complete even the simplest calculation.

The table below contains a list of laptops that were tested by our partners**. We have divided the list into 3 sections based on the HD reconstruction speed of each GPU:

Slow: lower 2.5 FPS
Normal: 2.5 - 4.5 FPS
Fast: 4.5 FPS and higher
(The FPS reconstruction rate is a measure of how many raw frames the algorithm can process per second, and can be calculated by dividing the number of frames by the time elapsed during HD reconstruction).

 

(!) We would highly appreciate it if you could fill out this questionnaire, enabling us to add your laptop to the list below.

(!) there is a known issue with the following CPUs

11th generation Intel Core i5, i7, i9 - 11XXX
Mobile 10th generation i3, i5, i7- 10XXGX

 

Slow

Model of Laptop

CPU

GPU

RAM

Artec Eva/ Spider performance - Thunderbolt3 port required for Kanex adapter usage

Dell XPS 15 7590

Intel Core i9-9980HK

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650

32GB

Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS

HP ZBook 15 G5

Intel Core i7-8750H

NVIDIA Quadro P1000 4GB

32GB

Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS

Dell XPS 15 (9550) WW 4K touch

Intel Core  i7-6700 HQ

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 2GB

32GB

*
Lenovo P1 Gen 2

Intel Core i7 @2.6 ghz

NVIDIA Quadro T2000

64GB

Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS. There might be issues with the Artec Leo in HD mode.

HP Zbook 15g3

Intel Core i7-6820HQ @2.7ghz

NVIDIA Quadro M1000

64GB

*
Lenovo T470p

Intel i7 7700HQ

NVIDIA Geforce 940MX 2GB VRAM

32GB

*
MSI GE63 raider rgb 85se

Intel Core i7

NVIDIA Geforce RTX 1080

16GB

*
MSI System GS60
Intel Core i7-4710 HQ

NVIDIA GeForce 840M premium

16GB

*
Sager NP 9755

Intel Core  i7-6700 HQ

NVIDIA Quadro M3000M

48 GB

*
Acer Predator 17 notebook

Intel Core  i7-9-793-75LA

NVIDIA GTX1070

32GB

*

Normal

Model of Laptop

CPU

GPU

RAM

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XMG15 Ultra (barebone from CLEVO P751DM) Intel Core  i7-6700K GTX980M 64GB *
Dell Mobile Precision 5520 Intel Core i7-7820HQ Quadro M1200M 32GB tested with Artec Leo only
Asus Rog Strix GL702VMK Intel(R) Core (TM) i7-7700HQ CPU @ 2.80Ghz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5 @ 6,0 GB (192-bit) 32GB *
HP ZBook 17 G6 Intel Core i7 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 64GB Kanex might be required to perform scanning with Artec Eva. There might be issues with Artec Spider detection on the HP Zbook 15 G6
HP ZBook 17 G5 Intel Core i7 -7820X NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 32GB *
Origin EON17-X Intel Core i7 -8700K NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 64GB *
Dell Precision 7540

Intel Core

i9 9880H

RTX 3000 64GB Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS
DELL Precision 7740

Intel Core

i7-9750H @ 2.6GHz

NVidia Quadro RTX 3000 32GB *
HP Zbook 17 G5
Intel Core i7-8850H Nvidia Quadro P3200 6GB 32GB *
Razer Blade 15 Base 2020 Intel Core i7-10750H NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q 8 GB 64 GB tested with Artec Leo only
MSI GE63 raider rgb 85se

Intel Core i7 8750H

NVIDIA Geforce RTX 1080

16GB

tested with Artec Leo only
HP ZBook 17 G4 Intel Core      i7 Quad Core 7820HQ 2.9GHz NVIDIA Quadro P5000 64GB *
Acer Predator 17 notebook

Intel Core  i7-9-793-75LA

NVIDIA Geforce NVIDIA GTX1070

32GB

tested with Artec Leo only
Legion 7

Intel Core i9 -10980

NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2080 Super

32 GB

Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS
Sager NP9155

Intel Core i7 8700K 3.7 GHz

NVIDIA GTX 1070

64 GB

Kanex might be required for Artec Eva & (Space) Spider scanning with normal FPS

Fast

Model of Laptop

CPU

GPU

RAM

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Obsidian X170

Intel Core i9-9900K

3.6 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 64GB *
OMEN by HP Laptop 17 Intel Core i7-10750H NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 Super 64GB Kanex might be required to perform scanning Artec Eva. There might be issues with Artec Space Spider detection.
Dell Alienware XPS m17 p37e Intel Core i7-9750H NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2070 Max-Q 32GB *
EuroCom Sky 7 Intel Core i9-9900k  3.60GHz NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 64GB *
MSI GE 66 Raider

Intel Core

i9-10890k

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super 64 GB tested with Artec Leo only, no Thunderbolt3 -> Artec Eva and Artec Spider will work with lower FPS (~13 /6)
Schenker DTR 17
(caution, there are different versions of this laptop!)

Intel Core

i9-10900k @

 

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 64GB

* with chipset  Intel Z370 and USB 3.0 controller / port

Not valid for Intel Z490 (no USB 3.0 controller)

ASUS G533Q

AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 64

works with full FPS without extra adapters

* Artec Eva and Artec Spider work at the expected FPS: 16 fps for Artec Eva and 7.5 fps for Artec Spider.

 

** This list is based on reports from our partners in regard to their respective PC configurations.

 

 

In case you experience any issues with your Artec 3D scanner or require technical assistance with your device or Artec Studio, in the first instance please contact your local Artec dealer/distributor directly. You can also contact the Artec Support Team by clicking on the the "Submit a request" button at the bottom right of the page, or by emailing support@artec3d.com.

 

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