Looking for a new PC for Solidworks.
Minimum 4Ghz 4 core CPU
16GB DDR3 RAM
You would have to look second hand for that price I would think.
I had to source components for under £600 at the start of this year.
8GB DDR3 RAM
AMD FireGL V4800
Ask in the Administration forum, as that is where the best information on hardware is.
I don't have any experience with the AMT processors, but the general buzz seems to be that they aren't as good as the Intel processors.
I have personally only ever owned one Intel processor, a 60 Mhz 486........I replaced it with an AMD Am486 DX4-100.
Since then my mind was made up, all Intel's are worse than AMD's.......General Buzz, isn't that something you get a a hookah lounge? Not that I have ever had any experiances at one of those so I wont comment on that..................................
All my personally owned computers run AMD CPU's, why.....they are easier to over-clock and do everything the Intel's do, some things better, some worse............best thing, they are always cheaper to purchase than the comparable Intel.
Work computers, well no matter what I want, "IT" knows better and they force the Intel i7 on me......it cost more and runs almost as good as my home PC...........but hey, it must be better it cost more.
you may go for lease option.
My company has never seen the benefit of paying the going rate for 3D Modeling hardware, so I have to build on the absurdly cheap.
Intel processors are very good, very fast - but VERY expensive. AMD processors do the same job but are half the price.
I don't get it - if your company (hopefully is not dumb) is not interested to invest on hardware for 3D, why you waste your money to benefit them?
Something from EuroPC.co.uk (.com?) and stick a SW certified graphics card in it.
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