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Building Workstation for 3d cpu and gpu rendering

Discussion in 'Building a new PC' started by Dante16, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. Dante16

    Dante16 Member

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    Hello I am planning to build a workstation for 3d cpu and gpu rendering. I know usually people use Xeon's and Quadro's for 3d workstaions but I have been doing some research into this. I am curious if dual I7 3930k's with possibly dual Gtx Titans would suffice as a decent workstation. The 3930k can be oc'd and outperform nearly all but a few Xeon's. Whereas the gtx titans have 6gb of vram on them. With two that would equal 12gb of vram. The most ram the mobo to my knowledge would hold is 128gb. I was curious if the above with maybe dual ssd's in raid would suffice as a good workstation. Anyone have any thoughts on this?
     
  2. megadunderhead

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    Dual I7's

    Damn Dude that should smoke the #$%^ outta your 3d design nice choice
     

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