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I am having some difficulty choosing a new laptop for use with iclone 7.   Please can you advise me if these specs will meet or exceed what is necessary?
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Should be fine -- similar to the one I'm running iClone on.



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I'm a bit worried about the 128GB SSD. I would feel more comfortable with at least 256 GB. Reports in the past have had people run out of space. Make sure to have all content installed on your secondary drive; you can set that when installing iClone.


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Thank you so much for the input. 
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Thank you!!   Great point. 
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What laptop is that? I'm looking now and those are great specs. It's hard to find the card and good processor.

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What laptop is that? I'm looking now and those are great specs. It's hard to find the card and good processor.

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look at the side of computers made for the video game, Asus (Republic of gamers) or MSI for example.
For the SSD, 256 is really the minimum. A 556 disc is more comfortable even if it's a little expensive. For the graphics card, Nvidia of course, from the 1050 or 1060.
Depending on the configuration, consider increasing the RAM to 16 or 32 giga. If you work with textures on Photoshop, sound or video editing at the same time as you produce your scenes, it quickly becomes necessary.

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