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Old 19-05-2003, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default Silicon Graphic Station octaine 2

Silicon Graphic Station octaine 2, is it the best for 3D Animator?
By the way, anyone knows how much is it?
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theyre a bit pointless now
they were once held in the highest regard for professional use, now they still cost a hell of a lot and cheaper macs/pc's will do the same job
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you could pick one up off ebay for £600+ (depends on processor speed, you want 300mhz+) Ive played around with SGI/irix versions on lightwave and shake and its nice but I agree nowadays you can do the same (possibly more) with a PC at a fraction of the cost (then again shake 3 has been released on mac/linux and irix only no PC version?) Maya runs nice on my laptop......
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