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Posted on January 27, 2020
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About the Webinar

When: February 13th, 10:00am PST

Engineering design, rendering, and simulation are all computationally-intensive tasks, and each use the resources inside a computer in slightly different ways. Because of that, getting the right type of workstation can have a big impact on how long it takes to get to a finished product, as well as how smooth your work goes each day. Understanding those differences and how to tailor hardware choices to get the best performance in aspects of SOLIDWORKS that matter the most to you is key when looking at buying or building a new workstation.

In this 45 minute webinar, William George will go over:

  • What the core components in a computer actually do
  • How Solidworks utilizes each of those various components
  • Where to spend your budget to get the best performance

This webinar is over, but you can watch the recording!

About Puget Systems

Puget Systems specializes in high performance custom built computers. We offer personal consulting and support that is becoming quite rare in the industry. Our goal is to provide each client with the best computer for their needs and budget. We believe computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done and not be a hindrance.

About the Speaker

William’s career with Puget Systems began in 2005 in Inventory and Assembly. After a couple years he moved to Sales and Consulting, where he helped customers configure and purchase their systems. In 2017 William moved into Labs, where he researches applications our customers use, testing them on various types of computer hardware, and publishing articles and system recommendations.

Looking for a SOLIDWORKS Workstation?

Puget Systems offers a range of workstations that are tailor-made for your unique workflow. Our goal is to provide the most effective and reliable system possible so you can concentrate on your work and not worry about your computer.

Configure a System!