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Old 07-31-2007, 05:47 PM   #61 (permalink)
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if you dont have any patience then i dont see why you are building a workstation computer then, because you will need patience to do alot of 3d rendering
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if you dont have any patience then i dont see why you are building a workstation computer then, because you will need patience to do alot of 3d rendering
hes right, u have to have A LOT of patience to do 3d rendering
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Thats different
I can do other things while thats rendering

I have a different computer and its not hard to wait for your what you like.
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no1 even who uses workstation PC's would spend that much on a GPU
My workstation has an FX4500 which goes for about 1600 bucks.

Also has dual Xeon 5130 processors, 80 gig SCSI hd, 3 gigs ram.
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Sorry I just saw and read this thread now. I was wondering why no one suggested a server/workstation mobo? Where he could have used multiple opterons or somethings along those lines. Wouldn't that have been better for his purpose. Just curious.
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