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Old 11-04-2004, 04:46 PM   #1
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first of all, pard me if there are bilions of threads like this, I don't view this part of forums verry often.

But hear's a deal:
lets say I have 1900$ and I want to buy a comp or even better, a workstation. What can I get for this money now? If possible, if I can get any workstation for this money, can you write a bit more about this workstation, since I practitcly don't know anything about them.

Tnx!

p.s.:Oh, and ofcourse, I would use it for cgi (modelling,animating & rendering

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I sugest you use the search function nad read the past post (not that old).
Then LooK at the Alias site for recomended Vid cards, then do a google search for comertial workstations to see whats in them. Then you could look at tomshardware to read what they have to say.
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tnx for helping, I have found what I needed. tnx!
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