My friend would like to know about any PCs with a substantial amount of RAM and CPU power to have reasonable rendering speeds when working with programs such as 3DSMax, Maya, ZBrush, Adobe AE, Premier Pro and other similar software.I suggested old HP/Dell workstations (eg. T3/5/7500 or Z400/Z800) but I don't really know much about 3D Modeling so we came here for a recommendations.
>>603041Why are you not asking this on /g/?
>>603047My IP is blocked from /g/ for some reason and this is the 3d modeling board and that's what they're interested in.
At least a 6 core xeon, 1366 motherboard, at least 12 GB ram and throw in a 780ti. This shit can cost you around 500-600 burgers
>>6030693GB of vram is fine?
>>603041>My friend would like to knownot to worry senpai, this board is anonymous>old HP/Dell workstationsrubbishgo on newegg or similar websites and build a PC with a good i7 core, 32gb of ram and a Geforce gtx 1060for $1000-1200 you can have something amazing that will last several years
>>603112we would do that but if you haven't noticed, gpu and ram prices are through the roof
So would a 770 4GB or 970 (don't mention the 3.5+512 thing) be good for this?
>>603041Take something like thishttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-T7500-Workstation-6-Core-3-33GHz-X5680-24GB-RAM-1TB-HDD-Win10/292401799559?hash=item4414816187:g:omsAAOSwHwJaV74eAnd throw in a GTX 980.
>>603041bad time for buying...
>>603166This. I just bought a setup and it ended up fucking me over majorly cost wise. Not a good time for your gpu to go bust...>gtx 1070