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Old 30-03-14, 07:58 PM
irconfus3d irconfus3d is offline
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Well which CAD version is it? If it supports other cards besides the FirePro or Quadro then its worth getting 780ti SLI/290x Xfire(depending on OpenCL support). Otherwise if it was me personally i would just build 2 rigs.. one for workstation purposes and a different one for gaming. You have a big enough budget to do so and the gaming rig could be used while the workstation renders and stuff. Beats swapping out the GPU every day.
there are some different programs, i need to check that for sure.

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Well which CAD version is it? If it supports other cards besides the FirePro or Quadro then its worth getting 780ti SLI/290x Xfire(depending on OpenCL support). Otherwise if it was me personally i would just build 2 rigs.. one for workstation purposes and a different one for gaming. You have a big enough budget to do so and the gaming rig could be used while the workstation renders and stuff. Beats swapping out the GPU every day.
and your solution will be the best. 2 different builds

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Old 30-03-14, 08:23 PM
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Check which programs you will use. As that will really end up deciding which GPU you need to get and ultimately probably only one system vs two.
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