will this laptop be ok with Maya 2013

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  01 January 2013
will this laptop be ok with Maya 2013

I've mainly been using a Mac Pro with Maya over the years but I've finally decided to get a new PC laptop for a number of reasons - one of which is to use Maya 2013, Modo and Zbrush. I will likely continue to use my Mac Pro for most things but I need a PC laptop for travel and a few other things. This configuration was about $1k at costco and seemed worth paying a little more to get these specs. Just want to be sure the GeForce card here will be ok - I know that I'll likely want to get more ram at some point... Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Lenovo® IdeaPad® Y580 Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM 2.3GHz, 1080p Display
Microsoft® Windows Windows® 8 (64-bit)
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX660M discrete graphics with 2GB video memory
3rd generation Intel® Core™ i7-3630QM processor 2.3GHz
6MB L3 cache
8GB DDR3 – 1600MHz
1TB HDD storage + 16GB SSD cache

  01 January 2013
Depends on what you need to do with the gfx card, but I run the GTX460M in my laptop and it performs well.

I've only really used 2013.5 though.
  01 January 2013
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