Best laptop for 3D modeling, rendering and some photo editing

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CONSIDERING THAT IN THE FUTURE I COULD BUY A 16GB RAM FOR EITHER ASUS OR MSI

.DELL 7520 Precision i7-6820HQ, 32GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, M2200 4GB, 15" FHD, Win10

.ASUS Intel® Core™ I7-7700HQ (2,8 GHz - 6 MB L3) HDD: 1000 GB - SSD: 128 GB - RAM: 16 GB 15,6'' LED Full HD -nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 6gb, win 10

.MSI intel® Core™ I7-7700HQ (2,8 GHz - 6 MB L3), HDD 1000 GB - SSD 128 GB - RAM 16 GB, 15,6'' LED Full HD, nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 6 gb, win 10

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 

King Dranzer

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For Video rendering and Photoshop DELL is better than ASUS and MSI.
For 3D modeling ASUS and MSI are better.

Check your priority

Go for DELL over other two if 3D modeling is comparatively less important.
Go for ASUS over MSI if 3D modeling is important as ASUS packs in better quality.
 
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Thanks for your answer. What is the reason for one being better for video/pshop and the other rendering and 3d? Which would you recommend for users who have to do both?
 

King Dranzer

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Because M2200 Helps in getting more detailed output with combination of FHD screen with (72% Color Gamut) for Photoshop and that 32GB Memory helps in rendering larger packages.
The GTX 1060 is more suitable for 3D modeling.
For both I recommend choosing ASUS and maxing out its RAM capacity over time.

If you can give me details about your budget, probably I can sort out a better solution for your requirement.
 
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Thank you Dranzer. Budget is of no concern. Just trying to find the best solution for running heavy renderings in Autodesk VRed as well as large photoshop files daily.
 

King Dranzer

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If it for official productive work for which you get paid and wan't a solution that can handle all kinds of beastly workload.

I Higly recommend Lenovo ThinkPad P71 with below config
Intel Xeon E3-1535M v6|32GB ECC DDR4|Quadro P5000 16GB|17.3" 4K IPS|1TB PCIe SSD|1TB HDD(you can add external storage no problem or even upgrade internal HDD to 4TB) Price: $4,580

Very meaningfully priced and the performance it provides can earn you back that in very short time depending on how regularly you take up projects and how much you charge for it.
 

King Dranzer

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You have lot many configurations to choose from. I recommend choosing Xeon E3-1535M v6 and Quadro P5000 16GB combo. The memory and storage you can choose as per your requirement.

If you can post the specs of configuration you wanna go with after you decide on it, please do it.

You are welcome :)
 
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