We know that the purchase of a PC can be a large investment! Puget Systems is pleased to offer two options receive the best hardware for your workload with low, predictable, monthly payments:
Hardware and software never stops advancing, and the right PC for your workflow can quickly change over time. That's why Puget Systems has partnered with LiftForward to redefine ownership with business leasing, providing a 24-month subscription option. It's an easy way to get the best hardware today, while allowing you to upgrade to a new PC every two years! When your subscription is finished, your hardware is returned and is repurposed to start a new life in schools, developing countries, and communities in need. You then can repeat the process with brand new hardware, so you are always up to date.
Puget Systems has also partnered with Affirm to provide consumer financing, allowing you to make your purchase via easy monthly payments over 24 months. Enrolling is quick and easy. Enter a few pieces of information for a real-time decision. Checking your eligibility won't affect your credit score. Affirm has no hidden fees. You know up front exactly what you'll owe, with no hidden costs and no surprises.
While most CAD/CAM tasks do not need a CPU with a high number of cores, if your work includes lots of rendering you can see an increase in performance by using a CPU with more physical cores. Due to this, our Rendering workstation utilizes Intel's "High End" desktop processors with 10 to 16 CPU cores. This high number of cores allows you to complete renders much faster than our other workstations. Some types of simulation can also benefit from these higher core count CPUs, but generally not as much as rendering.
Just because this system is terrific for simulations and rendering, that doesn't mean it isn't also great for general CAD work. All of the CPU options on this system are able to Turbo to speeds up to 4.5GHz which makes this system a great compromise when you need excellent multi-threaded performance, but also need the system to perform well when working with even large assemblies.
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