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Old 03-09-2003, 11:45 PM   #1
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Talking Upgrade Computer for Maya

Hello Everyone!

I have to choose which components to upgrade right now and I have no idea what the most important ones are to increase performance in Maya....

which would you choose?

A. RAM I currently have 1 GB and my computer can hold 4GB
B. Graphics Card, I currently have a 64mb
C. put in another processor

How would you rate these from most important to least important for overall speed?

Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Just like you have them now.
That would be me of course.
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Hell .. not gone perse, but with a certainly lower post count per day.

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I would say if you are wanting to upgrade because your system is lagging, it might be the graphics card. if it is both a gaming card and only 64 mb, then you might have some issues. if you do upgraded it, make sure you get something certefied to run maya by alias|wavefront.

EDIT: oops! I mean Alias.
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