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T-3500 for solidworks??????

Question asked by Thomas Werner on Sep 23, 2011
Latest reply on Sep 26, 2011 by Brandon Mosak

All,

  Our IT department is about to buy 3 new machines for Solidworks and i was wondering what you thoughts where? If this would be something that would run smoothly????  Has anyone run into any problems with the T-3500's?????

Thanks for the look,

Tom

 

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Dell Precision T3500

Dell Precision T3500, CMT, Standard Power Supply, C2 Motherboardedit

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Genuine Windows® 7 Professional,w XP Mode,No Media, 64-bit, Englishedit

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No Energy Staredit

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Six Core Intel® Xeon® Processor W3690, 3.46GHz,12M L3, 6.4GT/sedit

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Microsoft Office Starter: reduced-functionality Word and Excel with ads. No PowerPoint or Outlookedit

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3 Year ProSupport and 3 Year NBD On-Site Serviceedit

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