#If I can only get 2.9 GHz processor which has 32 GB of RAM for 3.6 GHz processor with 16 GB of RAM, which is better?
Unless you're doing large assembly and simulation.
Which processor models are under consideration? I assume those are base clock speeds, what are the peak values for each?
Core speed is everything, as long as you have enough ram to hold the models you work on. I agree with Frederick.
If the Vid card can't handle what you are doing, that takes away from core speed. Typically not much of an issues with today's vid cards.
1-ajlfh25 wrote: #If I can only get 2.9 GHz processor which has 32 GB of RAM for 3.6 GHz processor with 16 GB of RAM, which is better?
Are these the Turbo (max single core) frequencies? Because a new 2.9 GHz can have a higher Turbo frequency than an old 3.6 GHz.
Exactly right Alin, the Turbo has more power, but I have read a source from the internet that lower clock tick inside the processor has faster speed than higher clock tick has a lower speed. So it depends using more toward large and rendering design projects required higher processor.
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