Best Computer For Rhino 3D

Rhinoceros is a 3D CAD modelling software that is used to create models ready for rendering, animation, and a variety of other tasks. The requirements for this program are quite minimal, but it is also important to take into consideration other programs that you will be using this system for. For the best computer for Rhino, however, you’ll want more than just the minimum requirements.

In this article, we’ll be talking about the components you need to build the best workstation PC for Rhino 3D.

Why choose us?

Parts like CPU cooler, Power Supply Unit, and chassis are often glossed over when putting together a system like this. Surprisingly, these parts have a massive effect on the lifespan and performance optimisation of the CPU, GPU and RAM. We only use parts that guarantee excellent cooling, airflow, and power delivery.

We’ve also got a lot of experience in putting these systems together, and our cable management is flawless. This not only means dust will be a lot less of an issue, but it will be much easier to work with when you eventually need an upgrade. This will only happen several years down the line, of course. Not to mention our cases just look fantastic.

Each Modena Computers Workstation is tailored to the personal needs of the user, but the features below would make for a great starting point for a computer for Rhino

CPU – Frequency

This should be your main priority in a computer for Rhino. More expensive CPUs usually come with more cores, but not always with an increase in speed. Your budget should be focused on an overclockable CPU, a motherboard that supports overclocking, and sufficient cooling to ensure that it is able to maintain the highest frequencies as possible.

We would personally recommend either a Ryzen 5000 CPU, or an Intel 10th generation CPU overclocked above 5GHz.

CPU – Core Count

Rhino is not a program that relies on a high core count, as it is mainly used for modelling, which is a single-threaded application. As always, it is important to keep in mind which other programs you plan to work with. If you won’t only be using your computer for Rhino, it’s possible that you’ll need more CPU cores.

Watercooled CPU

GPU

Rhino requires at least 4GB video memory, so the Nvidia GTX1650 would be an excellent starting point. You may want to consider something more powerful depending on the other programs you plan on using your computer for.

RAM

Being as lightweight as it is, Rhino can run quite smoothly on just 8GB RAM, but this is far less than we would recommend at this point in time.

To allow for enough headroom to comfortably use other programs, and to run multiple programs at the same time, we would recommend at least 16GB RAM.

This would make sure that you don’t experience any stuttering or freezing on regularly daily tasks such as web browsing and office admin as well.

Lots of RAM

Storage

Rhino files do not take up much space, and this means it is easy to opt for the fastest storage available. We only use super-fast NVMe SSDs, which are much faster than more common SATA drives, and even regular M.2 storage.

Conclusion

As we said before, each Modena Computers Vulcan Workstation is custom built to the workflow and budget requirements of its user. It’s important to consider other programs you may want to use with this workstation.

During our consultation process, you can let us know exactly which programs you want to use with your machine, and we’ll be happy to help you understand what you need. 

Keep in mind that opting for higher performance right out of the gate offers much greater value than getting exactly what you need right now. A higher performance PC won’t need downtime to upgrade any time soon, and will also allow you to complete more work in less time. It could pay itself off a lot sooner than a more affordable option.  

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