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What GPU does RadiAnt DICOM Viewer need for comfortable use in 4K?

Jan 21, 2022 07:45 PM
by WinUser
Hello. I want to use RadiAnt DICOM Viewer with a 4K monitor and GeForce GT1030 2Gb. Will this be enough for comfortable work? Thank you in advance
Jan 23, 2022 01:10 PM
by RadiAnt

GT1030 might not give you the best experience in 3D modes. You will have to wait a bit longer for the best quality when images are rendered progressively.
The performance in 2D modes depends mostly on CPU power.
Jan 27, 2022 09:48 AM
by I'm user)
GT1030 is a very weak graphics card. I have a GTX970 - it is much more powerful, but it does not cope well enough. If you're really looking for performance, it's all terribly expensive and you don't need gaming, but professional Quadro, RTX video cards. And it's very expensive. It doesn't always pay off.
Jan 28, 2022 01:16 PM
by Lukash
I have GTX1060 3Gb and it is perfect for MPR and good enough for 3d (in 4k)
Even MX230 from laptop is OK for MPR (but there are little freezing in 3D)
So if you can take GTX1650 - it will be just fine.
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