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what cpu are you using for your 3D Studio max?

2500k w/ an unlocked 6950 since Sept 2012....Before then, I was using an OCed Q9400 w/dual 9800GTX's for about 3yrs
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Sketchup actually requires more horsepower than autocad, it's display engine is terrible. When it comes to rendering however, that is another story... But just working with complex models on sketchup can get to be one hell of a problem at times unless you have one hell of a card...

So what kind of gpu are you saying you should have for Sketchup (don't want to comment until I hear your recommendation for a gpu)?
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2500k w/ an unlocked 6950 since Sept 2012....Before then, I was using an OCed Q9400 w/dual 9800GTX's for about 3yrs
So what kind of gpu are you saying you should have for Sketchup?
That depends entirely on what kind of models you have, anything more than my old 465 seemed to be enough for me...

That being said, whatever option at your budget that has the highest open gl/cl performance.
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That depends entirely on what kind of models you have, anything more than my old 465 seemed to be enough for me...

That being said, whatever option at your budget that has the highest open gl/cl performance.

Understood.
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