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Topic ClosedHelp with PC config for fast modeling and renderin

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avaxcina View Drop Down

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Direct Link To This Post Topic: Help with PC config for fast modeling and renderin
    Posted: 22.Jun.2013 at 10:11
Hi to all, I have a serious problem that Im dealing with. Every time I go for advice in PC shop I hear a lot of different answers(e.g intel is faster etc.). So i think that im at a right place to ask this and try to solve my problem. My budget is about 900euros.
Thanks in advance
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22.Jun.2013 at 12:51
AutoDesk does publish MINIMUM system requirements for all their programs.  That's what you use as the basis for your system and build on it.

I would recommend purchasing a 64-bit system running either Win7 or Win8 using the Professional version of Windows.  You'll want plenty of RAM (I think 16GB would be good) and a mid-range graphics card should suffice.  If you can afford it you might want  to include a solid state drive to store your OS and programs on and a second platter drive (spinning at 7200 rpm) for data storage.
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