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Processor

 

A workstation’s processor is the most critical element of its performance. The processor determines the calculation and reconstruction times of the CAD software. It’s important to focus on the speed in GHz and not the number of cores (only some modules are multicore).
Recommendation:
 4.1 GHz desktop workstation or 2.7 GHz laptop minimum.

RAM

 

RAM is what allows your workstation to perform multiple tasks simultaneously and thus optimise access times. The more RAM (Random Access Memory) you have, the bigger your memory capacity. Other programs running in the background also use your RAM to perform their tasks.
Recommendation:16 GB RAM minimum

Graphics card

 

The GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) is used to free up the motherboard microprocessor by taking care of display-specific number crunching and the coordination of 3D graphics. The graphics card reconstructs the compressed images in some video streams.For CAD, an Open GL graphics card and not GEFORCE is a vital requirement. Recommendation:
5 GB VRAM minimum

Hard drive

 

The main function of the hard drive is to access your stored files. Older generation disks were mechanical (5,400 RPM to 15,000 RPM) and their rotation speed determined file access times:  Opening / Writing. Since 2013, SSD (solid state) technology is reliable and faster than 15,000 RPM HDs. SSDs also support almost instantaneous Windows boot-ups (or other applications). For PDM, SSDs make up for server access times since the data is repatriated locally.
Recommendation: 512 GB SSD technology

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