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Best Graphics Cards & Graphics (GPU & IGPU) Interior Design

Hi ALL,
I'm planning to buy new laptop for professional works in interior & related design with budget upto INR 70-80k. But I hardly know anything about graphic card & graphics (GPU & IGPUs) in laptops & desktops.
Would like to know performance-wise order of graphic cards & in-built graphics with respect to my work .

Work : AutoCAD, 3D, SketchUp modelling, rendering, Photoshop, Coreldraw, Presentations, Graphics (basically work on interior design & creative work softwares)

Kindly HELP... Thanks in advance!!!

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Sadly not possible.

Maybe someone will tackle this but models change weekly, you may have a budget or other consideration.

Try the Top 10 lists at CNET and Notebookcheck.com

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Well the top cards now

are the Nvidia 980M SLI. The SLI means 2 graphics processors. But even the 980 (non SLI ) ranks ahead of the 970 SLI. The key to power in GPU is the second number 980 is better then the 970. The first number is the generation and a 980 is better than a 880.

As you can see top of the line Nvidia's top the AMD/ATI cards.
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Comparison-of-Laptop-Graphics-Cards.130.0.html

As far as IGPU they are integrated into the CPU and are Intel or AMD. So the higher end processors will mostly have better integrated graphics then the lower end. The IGPU shares resources like memory with the system memory and the discrete cards have their own memory.

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