You have 125 materials, maybe one of various are too big. Did you downloaded models from the 3D warehouse? Some models are unnecessarily detailed for being assets. We would help you better if you share the file, of course if you can do it.
The same for me, I’ve tested it on my windows and Mac machines and I don’t get any lag, it must be a gpu problem. @hnrkndr have you updated the drivers from Nvidia’s website or using GeForce experience software?
OHHH NOOOO!!!. I thought I put the issue to bed yesterday, but this morning the SAME lagging issue appeared!
Unfortunately, repeating yesterday`s steps did NOT help this time - yikes!
So, I tried another way: windows settings > device manager > display adapters > NVIDIA Quadro P1000 > Properties > update driver > let windows search for driver
And interestingly this found another driver.
But DIDN’T help either
The GPU performance tracking (with Task Manager) revealed that the NVIDIA Quadro P1000 graphics card is utilised only 14% when rotating the model.
During approx 30 seconds of rotation, 5x lagging occured. The performance tracking shows a dipping of the curve when that happens (see markups on the the screenshot )
My understanding of these things is on a level where a photo of a block of cheese would be as meaningful.
I just store anecdotal things in my head and one of those things is that many many times Quadros have had issues with SU.
There are any number of hardware combinations that are possible, and one that works for one person may be awful for another.
All I know, fastest single core processor (meaning fewer cores but with a higher speed can be better than more cores with a lower speed) , plenty of RAM and a non quadro Nvidia card are a good start.
Your model feels quite responsive when opened in my ultrabook with a puny GeForce MX 250 mobile graphics “card”. Are you viewing it on a very large screen (4K?) with a large screen scaling factor? The P1000 is theoretically faster with its 640 CUDA cores compared to my 384 but still a bit “entry level” compared to current RTX cards. Still, I suspect there is something else going on. Even an extension could be the culprit.