PC Hardware Articles in Category "3ds Max"
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Even though AutoDesk officially recommends professional-class video cards like the NVIDIA Quadro series, it can be extremely difficult to determine which card withing that series you should use in your workstation. In this article we will be looking at a number of video cards from the NVIDIA Quadro product lines to see how they perform in 3ds Max.
Video cards often get a ton of reviews and benchmarks, but unfortunately for content creators (and other professionals), it is almost impossible to find any non-gaming benchmarks. In this article we will be looking at a number of video cards from the NVIDIA GeForce product line to see how they perform in 3ds Max.
Processors often get a ton of reviews and benchmarks, but unfortunately for content creators (and other professionals), it is difficult to find benchmarks that focus on professional applications. In this article we will be looking at a number of Intel CPUs and how they perform in Autodesk 3ds Max.