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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-14-2015, 01:03 PM
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I'm not anti Asrock, but cheap is just that, cheap. And CAD rendering is hard on board components. Plus down time on a working PC equals money, as opposed to playing games...

Where exactly do you see me "crapping" on others suggestions? I believe my last post was a question. And if you notice, my suggested build was the first one. I think you're working on some personal issues there that are causing you to see what you want, as opposed to what is actually written...

I did overlook your suggested build, my mistake. However your second post did come across as being rude to others who were also making suggestions. I looked at the Asrock board mentioned and it actually looks like it is made with some decent components. As for the rest of what you just said, you seem to be trying to justify your own lack of ethics. rolleyes.gif


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You guy's would really build a heavy duty CAD machine on an Asrock MB? And while 32gb of mem should be more than enough, do you not think he should have the option of 64 if needed (8 slots with 4 x 8gb, n 4 free slots)? Just me thinking out loud here...

I don't know why pshootr got all mad, yikes. rolleyes.gif

Anyway, I think the ASRock board would be more than adequate to his needs. A real, hardcore workstation build would cost a significant amount more than this build, even though his setup will be able to do anything he wants it to. Also, he could definitely move up to a mobo with 8 slots, but just knowing its there doesn't serve much of a purpose.

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I don't know why pshootr got all mad, yikes. rolleyes.gif

Anyway, I think the ASRock board would be more than adequate to his needs. A real, hardcore workstation build would cost a significant amount more than this build, even though his setup will be able to do anything he wants it to. Also, he could definitely move up to a mobo with 8 slots, but just knowing its there doesn't serve much of a purpose.

guess he could always sell those parts and upgrade (to like a 5830k/64gb or something, next gen of cpu's maybe..) if he feels this isn't good enough, i think it's a good build you guys made !

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I don't know why pshootr got all mad, yikes. rolleyes.gif

Anyway, I think the ASRock board would be more than adequate to his needs. A real, hardcore workstation build would cost a significant amount more than this build, even though his setup will be able to do anything he wants it to. Also, he could definitely move up to a mobo with 8 slots, but just knowing its there doesn't serve much of a purpose.

Well I hope you for one would know I would never do that. You've been too great a help to me personally... thumb.gif

I like the dual graphics cards. Do you think they are necessary? Note that is a question, hence the question mark. Wouldn't want anyone question my ethics... rolleyes.gif I mean CAD rendering is mostly CPU and memory isn't it? Not sure about the 3D stuff...
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Well I hope you for one would know I would never do that. You've been too great a help to me personally... thumb.gif

I like the dual graphics cards. Do you think they are necessary? Note that is a question, hence the question mark. Wouldn't want anyone question my ethics... rolleyes.gif I mean CAD rendering is mostly CPU and memory isn't it? Not sure about the 3D stuff...

It has become apparent to me that I was a bit touchy, and overreacted. So I would like to offer you an apology.


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It has become apparent to me that I was a bit touchy, and overreacted. So I would like to offer you an apology.

Don't worry about it. Happens to the best of us. Plus I can be blunt at times so...
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Ok, Thanks for the suggestions. So is rendering something that uses more cores than Ghz?
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