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LCD Monitors   1 Feb, 2004

Big displays are more readily available and the underlying technology is improved, so in this roundup of LCD monitors, Cadalyst tests larger displays than in past reviews. Monitor requirements included a minimum 20" viewable screen area with resolution of at least 1280X1024 in 24-bit color. We...More>>

HP Pioneers 64-bit Computing   6 Jan, 2004

HP itanium 2 Benefits Mechanical cadMore>>

First Looks: Discreet 3ds max 6   6 Jan, 2004

3D modeling, rendering, visualization.More>>

CAD on a Budget   1 Jan, 2004

Not every firm or individual needs or can afford a major design application, regardless of whether the economy is booming or depressed. Justifying the cost of an AutoCAD license can often be difficult, particularly if your needs are modest. Fortunately there are alternatives that are not only less...More>>

Autodesk Building Systems 2004   1 Dec, 2003

A stand-alone package for HVAC, piping, electrical, and plumbing design, Autodesk Building Systems 2004 comes with impressive libraries of fittings and equipment.More>>

I-deas 10 NX Series   1 Nov, 2003

I-deas 10 NX, now owned by EDS, is the product?s second step in the transition toward a merged Unigraphics/I-deas NX product.More>>

First Looks: PhotoModeler Pro v5   1 Nov, 2003

Create 3D models from digital images.More>>

Xi MTower 2P64D   1 Nov, 2003

High performance scores are not unusual for @Xi Computer, but this time the results are exceptional. The Xi MTower 2P64 has marched well ahead of the pack with its C2001 benchmark scores.More>>

Speed x2   1 Nov, 2003

This is not only the largest workstation roundup that Cadalyst has done in some time, it?s also one of the most varied. We evaluate one system based on an AMD Athlon 28001, several systems based on variants of the Intel Xeon chips?one even has a 3.2GHz microprocessor?and several systems based on...More>>

First Looks: Hot new graphics cards shine on dual AMD Opteron   1 Oct, 2003

This special First Look roundup spans the range of workstation graphics card performance, from entry level to top end.More>>