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What Do Windows 10 and DirectX 12 Mean for CAD Users?   30 Jun, 2015

Herrera on Hardware: Should you upgrade to the new version of Microsoft's operating system, or hold off? More>>

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GTC 2015: NVIDIA Serves Current CAD Computing Models, Builds Out New Options, Part 2   2 Apr, 2015

Event Report: NVIDIA is not alone in pursuing virtual workstation technologies, which promise to make large projects available at any time to team members around the globe.More>>

GTC 2015: NVIDIA Serves Current CAD Computing Models and Builds Out New Options, Part 1 Article
GTC 2015: NVIDIA Serves Current CAD Computing Models and Builds Out New Options, Part 1   31 Mar, 2015

Event Report: This year's GPU Technology Conference introduces hardware capable of powering interactive physically based rendering, and more.More>>

Workstation Options for CAD Span the Economic Spectrum Article
Workstation Options for CAD Span the Economic Spectrum   29 Mar, 2015

Herrera on Hardware: Budget-friendly models and wallet-draining heavyweights mark the extremes of a workstation market that's as broad as it's ever been. But what's the difference between entry-level and high-end options?More>>

Herrera on Hardware: Do You Have the Power? Part 1 Article
Do You Have the Power? Part 1   31 Jan, 2015

Herrera on Hardware: The best processors in the world won't do you any good if your workstation's power supply isn't up to the task.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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Nvidia looks for new markets at Computex   11 Jun, 2019

Targets the silent majority:...More>>



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