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post #301 of 415
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Originally Posted by linskingdom View Post
I don’t think most want to read through 28 pages. It may help you a lot if you can add two sections in your first post. First part states requirements and second part will be a list of components. As things progress, you can update the list in the first post. In this way, everyone is on the same page.
this would help Tutoriael
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post #302 of 415
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Am I the only one who thinks this is a troll? Ive read some of his posts and the fact that "a dad" randomly finds this forum AND knows where to post?
No you are not, but the fact that we think its a troll, makes us trolls
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Am I the only one who thinks this is a troll? Ive read some of his posts and the fact that "a dad" randomly finds this forum AND knows where to post?
I posted in the wrong section when I first came here, and somone guided me to post here??? I thought I was doing the right thing! Lol.


Okay I have attached the picture, I am about to make my final purchase.

And this user:


Had helped me tremandously over MSN Conversations on what to get, god bless him.



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I guess I Just need to make a account with newegg, and im good to go.

Thank you all for helping and god bless.
Edited by Tutoriael - 2/10/11 at 1:31pm
post #304 of 415
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Originally Posted by Tutoriael View Post
I posted in the wrong section when I first came here, and somone guided me to post here??? I thought I was doing the right thing! Lol.


Okay I have attached the picture, I am about to make my final purchase.

And this user:

http://www.overclock.net/member.php?u=152130

Had helped me tremandously over MSN Conversations on what to get, god bless him.



Uploaded with ImageShack.us

I guess I Just need to make a account with newegg, and im good to go.

Thank you all for helping and god bless.
That's a great rig, and i am sure that your son will be happy with it
post #305 of 415
With 4 grand you can get your son a 980X LOL!

That is horsepower. Nothing matches it (**** Sandy Bridge fanbois that say the 2600k is faster)
   
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post #306 of 415
That's totally shopped, dude. Stop insulting this guy
     
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post #307 of 415
Great rig!! Thats similiar to my rig and Its a unstoppable machine for anything!
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post #308 of 415
Wait for Bulldozer or Ivy Bridge. Sandy Bridge should have been Ivy Bridge though. I would say Bulldozer and then get some audiophile equipment. If only I had a job (I'm 12, lol). I want that money!
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post #309 of 415
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I posted in the wrong section when I first came here, and somone guided me to post here??? I thought I was doing the right thing! Lol.


Okay I have attached the picture, I am about to make my final purchase.

And this user:


Had helped me tremandously over MSN Conversations on what to get, god bless him.



Uploaded with ImageShack.us

I guess I Just need to make a account with newegg, and im good to go.

Thank you all for helping and god bless.
If you can though, I suggest going with the i7 970 but the 950 will do the job.
But what I'm fascinated by is your Dell U3011 monitor.
(Unless, monkuar is the true Tutoriael which I highly doubt.)
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post #310 of 415
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Hi, I think I was supposed to post here,

My Last Post, I accidentally posted it in "off Topic"

But pretty much, my son is turning 18 in 23days, he uses Cinema 4d, Photoshop/etc, and I Really want to get a nice computer for him, He currently uses a amd dual core 5600, with like 3Gigabytes of ram or something.

I Want this to be a surprise, and I have 4,000$ Saved up... for him, I just wanted to come here to post because It seems like this message board is big and alot of people know what there doing, so Why not.

Thanks -

John
I work professionally with Cinema4D and Photoshop. I suggest outfitting it with at least 12GB of ram, ideally 24 GB. 3D animation can be one of the most machine intensive processes you can imagine. If I had a machine with 192GB of RAM I would surely manage to get that all filled up to a 100% in a matter of minutes.

This Cinema4D render took 12 GB of ram for instance:

http://www.c4real.eu/daan/bomen3.jpg

He will fill that up believe me .

Processing power is a hugely important factor too. I suggest at least a 980x system or even a SR2 build with dual Xeon 5650 processors.

Check out www.cbscores.com to see how each processor scores on the Cinema4D speed test.

I'd say $4000 is too much for a machine, half of that will serve you well enough

I'd suggest an Intel 980x system with at least 24GB of RAM and a good graphics card like a GTX 580. Nvidia is more tightly knit with the 3D community driverwise. A GTX580 can also be used for realtime GPU rendering which is on the rise at the moment.

That also means a good 'backbone' is important. A powerful PSU like the Corsair AX1200 will do you much good in the long run. A Big case with lots of quiet fans is a huge plus too. For processor cooling I suggest a Corsair H70 with 2 good 120mm fans on there. The standard fans are noisy and crappy.

I think a system like this will serve him well. I personally work with a system a bit like it, it has never disappointed me in 3D and Photoshop work.

If you are serious about this I can provide you with a list of parts that is ideal for a 3D rendering workstation. It takes a bit of time to do this so that is why I ask .
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