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Revit/Graphic 750-850$ Pc Build Advise

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August 26, 2009 10:48:13 PM

APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: 1-2 days

BUDGET RANGE: US$750-850

SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: mainly autocad revit rendering and heavy adobe graphic software

PARTS REQUIRED :Cpu , Memory , HD , M.board , Case , PSU , Cpu Cooling , G.card

PARTS NOT REQUIRED: keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, Dvd rec , OS

PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: not important - buying the pc in Israel just need the parts - ksp.co.il - is my reference for price range and parts

PARTS PREFERENCES: INTEL Cpu preferably

OVERCLOCKING: Maybe some O.C

SLI OR CROSSFIRE: not important - looking for best performance to money ratio

MONITOR RESOLUTION: using sort of old 19inch lg lcd atm

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: nothing special

Thanks for the help

Alex
August 27, 2009 1:54:23 AM

Sorry, your site gives me a Time out so can't browse there.

A CAD build should have:

1. A Quad Core or better

2. 6GB or more RAM

3. A x64 OS

4. Good HDD space and speed. 500GB+. (esp. if working with RAW data)

PSU: Corsair 450VX or 400CX
CPU: i7 920
GPU: ATI 4650/4670
HDD: 640GB WD or better
RAM: 3*2GB DDR3 1600
Board: ASUS P6T
DVD RW: Any decent SATA
Case: A good case such as the Antec 900.

Total: ~$900.

If OCing: Core Contact Freezer + i7 bolt in kit.

If you can wait, wait till the i5 release. An AMD Phenom II build would be cheaper.
August 27, 2009 9:40:49 PM

Tnx alot for the help m8 ,
gonna check the spec and price asap ,

!