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Hardware for revit and magicad

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    Posted: 21.Sep.2019 at 20:15
Hi

I use Revit and Magicad (currently student) and i'm having trouble with computerspeed. I was thinking of buying a new workstation computer and would input on the hardware needed. For example I'm unsure whether I should go for a CPU with more cores or more clockspeed. As I understand it the former is preferred for rendering and the latter for modelling (?) 
I was thinking of going for something like one of these two:

https://www.cgdirector.com/pc-builder/?=re1Bg0h0ehb
https://www.cgdirector.com/pc-builder/?=aa1xbc00ahf

They also pretty much match my max budget. 
I would really like some input on the two configurations, any changes to them or any advice at all, thank you. I should emphasize that I don't mind building it myself.

BR Jonas
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