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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>>

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AMD to Round Out Next Generation of Workstation Graphics Cards   14 Aug, 2014

Entry-level and midrange models, scheduled for release later this year, are designed to deliver more memory and increased computing and graphics performance for CAD workflows.More>>

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Select the Appropriate GPU for Your CAD Workflow — and Your Budget, Part 2   24 Jul, 2014

Understand how power consumption, support for multiple monitors, and other factors can impact your choice.More>>

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Workstation Configurator by Intel   9 Jul, 2014

CAD Manager's Toolbox: This online tool can help you determine what you need in your next workstation.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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