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At GTC 2018, NVIDIA Trumpets Arrival of Real-Time Ray Tracing Article
At GTC 2018, NVIDIA Trumpets Arrival of Real-Time Ray Tracing    31 Mar, 2018

What NVIDIA calls “the biggest advance in computer graphics in 15 years” may lead to collaborating, creating, and reviewing designs in immersive virtual reality. More>>

Don’t Be Penny Wise and Workstation Foolish, Part 2 Article
Don’t Be Penny Wise and Workstation Foolish, Part 2   25 Oct, 2017

Now that you've determined how time savings can pay for the cost of new workstations, take a look at configurations suited to various workloads.More>>

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Good-Bye, Inevitable Crashing; Hello, Rock Solid   12 Oct, 2017

A proper CAD workstation provides much-needed support for SOLIDWORKS modeling — and even more so, for photorealistic rendering.More>>

NVIDIA’s Long Game Takes GPU from Graphics Workhorse to AI Powerhouse, Part 2 Article
NVIDIA’s Long Game: The Evolution from GPU Maker to AI Computing Company, Part 2   4 Oct, 2017

Tony Paikeday explains where NVIDIA is taking graphics processing units (GPUs), and where artificial intelligence (AI) will take CAD users.More>>

NVIDIA’s Long Game: The Evolution from GPU Maker to AI Computing Company, Part 1 Article
NVIDIA’s Long Game: The Evolution from GPU Maker to AI Computing Company, Part 1   23 Sep, 2017

Tony Paikeday discusses how NVIDIA laid the technological groundwork to become an AI computing company — and why. More>>

Choose the Right CPUs for CAD WorkstationsWhite Paper: Choose the Right CPUs for CAD Workstations
OEMs and CAD professionals alike are seeing an expanding variety of workstation-caliber CPU brands and configurations. A few simple guidelines from workstation expert Alex Herrera can help you narrow choices down quickly and outfit your next CAD machine with an optimal CPU for your workload. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


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More misconceptions about workstation performance   12 Nov, 2019

The workstation performance experts say one result doesn't fit all, bottlenecks will vary, bigger is not always better... The post More...More>>



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