I'm an incoming university student who's looking for a laptop to work on light 3D modeling/texturing, some rendering, scripting, and writing papers on the go. The plan is, if I have to work on very intensive rendering or modeling, that I'll use my laptop to remote into either the lab computers or my main workstation (6-core AMD FX-6300 processor, 24 GBs of RAM, 2048MB ATI AMD Radeon R7 360 Series for video card, 223 GB Solid State Drive and 1TB hard drive, but planning on upgrading the OS and harddrive space). My current pick is the ASUS ZenBook UX430UN-IH74-GR. I can't post the link since I just joined, but here's its specs: PROCESSOR CPU Core: Kaby Lake R CPU Brand: Intel Cores: Quad-Core CPU Type: Core i7 CPU Speed: 8550U (1.8GHz) Smart Cache: 8MB FSB: 4 GT/s Turbo Boost Speed: Up to 4.0GHz CPU Main Features: Hyper-Threading Technology Virtualization Technology: Intel 64 Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology Idle States Thermal Monitoring Technologies Intel Flex Memory Access Execute Disable Bit Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) Intel Identity Protection Technology Intel Secure Key Intel Smart Response Technology OS Guard Intel AES New Instructions Intel Speed Shift Technology Intel Optane Memory Supported MEMORY Total Memory: 16GB Memory Type: LPDDR3 Memory Speed: DDR3L-1866 Maximum Memory Supported: 16GB Memory Configuration: 16GB onboard SOLID STATE DRIVE SSD Interface: M.2 SATA SSD Capacity: 512GB SSD Configuration: 1 x 512GB VIDEO GPU Type: NVIDIA GeForce MX150 Video Memory: 2GB I apologise for the format. I'm planning on using programs like Maya, Mudbox, and possibly Zbrush and Substance Painter, but I never used the later two programs and, if I have to, I'll probably just use my main PC. How would this laptop fair with working on 3D modeling in my case?