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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.
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>>603041
Why are you not asking this on /g/?
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>>603047
My IP is blocked from /g/ for some reason and this is the 3d modeling board and that's what they're interested in.
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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
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>>603069
3GB of vram is fine?
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>>603041
>My friend would like to know
not to worry senpai, this board is anonymous

>old HP/Dell workstations
rubbish

go on newegg or similar websites and build a PC with a good i7 core, 32gb of ram and a Geforce gtx 1060

for $1000-1200 you can have something amazing that will last several years
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>>603112
we would do that but if you haven't noticed, gpu and ram prices are through the roof
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So would a 770 4GB or 970 (don't mention the 3.5+512 thing) be good for this?
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>>603041
Take something like this

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-T7500-Workstation-6-Core-3-33GHz-X5680-24GB-RAM-1TB-HDD-Win10/292401799559?hash=item4414816187:g:omsAAOSwHwJaV74e

And throw in a GTX 980.
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>>603041
bad time for buying...
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>>603166
This.

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




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