Does anyone use pymol for very large structures, such as a full virus
60-mer capsid? If so, what processing power, memory, graphics card, etc. do
you need to render these large files and manipulate them without any
slowing? PyMol takes about 1 minute to think after trying to spin one of
these full capsids, and that is on a dual-core 8gb ram laptop.

Is a 12-core mac like this overkill?

Has anyone built other machines to do this sort of work?

Appreciate your input,

Shane Neeleu
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