What are the benefits of having a dedicated GPU on an engineering laptop over integrated graphics or is it just to play games on them (e.g. like GPU vs APU)?
Having a dedicated GPU on an engineering laptop has several benefits over integrated graphics. While integrated graphics can handle basic tasks, a dedicated GPU is essential for running complex engineering software and simulations. A dedicated GPU has its own memory and processing power, which is dedicated solely to graphics and video processing. This allows it to handle high-end engineering applications and 3D modelling software with ease, resulting in faster rendering times and smoother performance. For these reasons, I would recommend getting an engineering laptop with a dedicated GPU, such as the HP ZBook Firefly G9 Mobile workstations, which have powerful GPUs and are designed to handle the demanding requirements of engineering software and simulations.
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