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My experience using Ryzen 5 2500U (HP 15-DB0125AU)

Question asked by jigzaw on Nov 13, 2018

I replaced my aging 17" MSI dual graphics i5 notebook for smaller 15".5 notebook. I was pleased with my Ryzen 7 1700X for my 3D CAD workload and I didn't hesitate to go with this notebook given the price and features. Integrated GPU versus dual graphics will play into decision making but I found out keeping it simple works without much hassle. As an odd background, I was able to run my old Adobe Illustrator 9 that made me a lot happy. My story is linked from the IronCAD Community as it will illustrate the challenges and order of things I have done. IronCAD Community -> Testing the HP 2500U on IRONCAD


On my final SPECviewperf 13, Energy and Maya didn't ran it completely which may be a driver issue as Maya only got stuck in the landscape scene.