In the past I´ve done everything with SketchUp on my Macbook, connected to external Monitors. Recently I worked with SketchUp on my Windows-PC. When working with large files, the overall performance is better on my Windows-PC, but I noticed one strange behavior:
Not everytime, but very often, when I move Objects across other Surfaces, the movement is very stuttering. On Mac it´s much more smooth. Although my Windows-PC is more powerful than the my Mac. To find a solution, I turned of Anti-Aliasing, turned on “fast feedback”, reduced the Resolution of the Screen and plugged out my 3d-mouse. Nothing has changed. Then I opened the same file on my other two Windows-Machines, but the problem remains.
I also compared the Single CPU-Performance-Rating (Passmark CPU Mark https://www.cpubenchmark.net/singleThread.html), and it turned out that my Macbook is the slowest Computer:
Windows Desktop: Ryzen 9 3900 x 12-core: 2,730
MS Surface 7 Pro: i7-1065G7 4-core: 2,503 (this little Device is quite fast)
Alienware Laptop: i7-8750H 6-core: 2,359
Macbook Pro: i7-7820HQ: 2,047
So I assume, this is not a problem of my Desktop-PC, but rather could be a Problem only existing on Windows. Also it´s not a problem with that particular SketchUp-File. Because I have the same Stuttering problems in other Projects as well.
Could you please take a look at my short video I recorded, which shows both Win and Mac:
And here is the link to my SketchUp-File, shown in the Video (SketchUp V 2019). Would be nice if someone could test this behavior with my file:
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