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Cadalyst MCAD Tech News #127 (August 19, 2004)   19 Aug, 2004

New hardware and software seen at SIGGRAPH 2004More>>

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Take Your Work Anywhere   1 Jul, 2004

For some time, I've considered workstation-level performance as just that, whether the system is a desktop system or a notebook computer. Certainly some workstations are faster than others, but system performance must reach a certain level to distinguish itself from the basic personal computer that...More>>

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First Look: HP Workstation xw6200   1 Jul, 2004

New Xeon processor with support for PCI ExpressMore>>

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CATalyst Crosses Finish Line   17 May, 2004

Wildcat graphics card drives the Kansas State University solar car racing team to the finish line.More>>

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FireGL X2-256t   1 May, 2004

The FireGL graphics card line has long been a standard fixture in workstation-level computer systems. The new FireGL X2-256t features increased engine and memory speeds and comes equipped with 256MB of onboard graphics memory and dual DVI-I connectors.More>>

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Intel follows AMD lead on 64-bit x86 architecture   13 Apr, 2004

Microprocessor Reports finds little difference between Intel, AMD 64-bitMore>>

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GO DIGITAL   1 Apr, 2004

Many firms have a large number of original, hardcopy drawings and blueprints that have never been digital. Wide-format scanners provide the tools to convert these valuable drawings to digital formats, either as bit mapped images or through conversions to vector formats that you can edit in CAD...More>>

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IBM plans AMD Opteron-based workstation   18 Mar, 2004

Opteron processor supports both 32- and 64-bit applicationsMore>>

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How Today's Chips Stack Up   1 Mar, 2004

This roundup includes a variety of microprocessors, ranging from fairly standard 3.2GHz Pentium 4 processors to an Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.2GHz processor. There are also several AMD64 processors-one of the new 148 chips and a couple of FX-51 chips.More>>

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NVIDIA Quadro FX 1100   1 Mar, 2004

NVIDIA's new Quadro FX 1100 midrange graphics card replaces the company's popular 980 XGL card and offers improved price/performance value. The Quadro FX 1100 targets graphics and engineering professionals in the CAD, digital content creation, and scientific visualization markets.More>>