Solidworks, Inventor and Autocad
"Oops, I lost my wallet. Let me get my second one."
i bet that can run minecraft at like 40 fps kek
Considering it’s running dual quadro p5000...the Xeon will absolute bottle neck the crap out of it in game
So though minecraft will run faster than 40 it won’t pass 100
more like 40,000 FPS
yeah but can it run minesweeper at 30 fps
You'd be surprised how CPU reliant minecraft is...you will definitely see a 40%+ bottleneck with a 2.3 cpu
With a application like minecraft I believe that a 14 core Xeon will only have two core utilised at most meaning...it basically like having a old i7 quad core at 2.3 with two quadro
On top of this...it’s a workstation..it the lad could spend this much on a workstation I would say he has enough money to build another pc just for gaming
but can it run minecraft at 4k 60fps
It probably could run Minecraft at 5K at over 1000 fps
Nope....read my comment above kek
Too damn lazy to write it again
Considering I can run it at 4K max with an i5-8250u 1.6Ghz and a gtx 1050 2gb at over 120fps, a desktop processor might be able to break at least 200.
I have i7 7700hq GTX 1050 it hits 80 fps max 1080p
No such thing as 5k, but there is 8k and up to 16k, though anything past 4k is quite unecessary since very few graphics cards support it
Actually, there is. 5k is just a mathematical representation of vertical pixel count, like 4K. 4K is 2160p and 5k is 2880p. Just like 2k is 1080p (half of 4K), 2.5k (1440p) is half of 5k.
If you want even more proof, look up 5k monitors and look at the iMac pro.
No O.C. No Tweaking.
All my 3D Stuff looks great.
Moving in 3D environment is smooth.
Happy with my build so far.
I can't say I'm surprised.
Have you had any trouble with Autodesk? I imagine that your configuration computer isn't certified by them.
Nope AutoCAD , Inventor and Solidworks work fine.
3D runs smooth even big assemblies.
hi , great build ...
how Dell monitor works for you so far ??! ... considering to purchase one for my photography rig , can't decide between Asus PA329Q or Dell UP2715K ...
I too have a Dual Xeon but E5-2684 v4 28 cores / 56 threads combined and a GTX 980SC EVGA gpu. Like you I don’t play games but use it for 3D Architectural design. Chief Architect X9 and Lumion 8 are my main platforms with a little Photoshop for USGS TOPO map adjustments.
1) assuming you have a comparison, how do the quadro cards compare to GTX cards? Perhaps your colleagues have some data.
2) based on #1) would you go Quadro again?
I ask because the two programs I use recommend GTX over Quadro. Chief is actually moving away from heavy core use with their new PBR engine Vs. their Ray Tracing engine loves all those cores. Lumion too favors the GTX 1080ti GPU and no XEON’s. Both programs favor High GPU memory and Clock speed in both CPU and GPU. I have no idea how the Quadro works with Chief and Lumion.
Thanks for your time and Beautiful System you have.
Can't help you there it's just me, myself and I (work at home).
All I can tell you this is working great for me.
If your system works I wouldn't change it.
i get this build but why two 8k monitors? there is literally no need in manufacturing.
I like working on two monitors.
Use one side Autocad the other side inventor.
Just the way I like to work.
The monitors are 27" 5K
I switched them out with two 32" 4K
5K Monitors. Graphics are beautiful and smooth. Inventor on one, AutoCAD on other Monitor. I like working with two Monitors.
“ If u h@s MoR dEN oNe vIde0 €arD whY IS noT u§E 4 gA¥mInG!¡!¡” , half the comments hear are like that .
I like working on two monitors. Use one side Autocad the other side inventor. Just the way I like to work. The monitors are 27" 5K I switched them out with two 32" 4K.
Like I said before I do not game on my Work Stations.
I Play on PS4 and Xbox One (I own 2 of each).
wheres all the rgb
RGB is popular in the gaming industry...this is the workstation side of thing, you'd probably see full RGB servers before you see RGB workstations
Hey nice build but still wondering i have been using a quadro p4000 for solidworks and autocad but it still feels a bit slow does the second gpu help with preformance would you say its worth it? currently using a 7700k and a p4000?
My current CAD setup uses two p4000s and SolidWorks runs great, even with fairly large assemblies. I also do a lot of work with Creo and it runs well. Don't know about AutoCAD.
You should be fine. Don't think the little bump is worth the money. I did it mainly for the two 5K Monitors.
Are those memory ECC registered?
yes they are
Do you see any difference in your that machines?
Or do they only work in the back ground correcting errors...as their names implies...Error correction code..
On Linux you can see reports of corrected and uncorrected errors using the edac-util command. I believe Windows similarly displays them in some event log.
Can it run crysis at 30 fps on low?
No Gaming on this PC. Sorry
It doesn't look very nice though.
Its a Workstation (tool) sitting in a closet.
Nice build! Is that for a server? Because there are so many cores and a server GPU. But I would wait for AMD's Threadripper if I were you. It is rumored to cost $849 and it has 16 cores and 32 threads. And its clock speed is 3.1.
Nope its my everyday Work Station
Why is one of your GPUs more exspesev than the other? also i wish icould aforad thisXD
Your mouse is more $$$$$$ than my CPU!!!!!!
jesus dude what kinda cpu you got that is less than $70??
The AMD - FX-4350 4.2GHz Quad-Core Processor
it's $58.95 on Amazon
ok lol aleast its a good one
The one that cost less replaced another that did not work, so they did not charge me for shipping.
All this, and you do not game on it?
Nope but I make a lot of money with it. It's a Workstation.
I do have 1 PS4, 1 PS4 Pro, 1 XBos One S and One Xbox One X Scorpio Edition. Like to keep Work and Gaming separate.
You have one of every modern console...
Yah , I get having an both an Xbox 1 and a PS4, but , why every version of each ?
got 11 grandkids
what do you use both of those GPU's for if not gaming?
For GPU accelerated workloads. some programs can use cuda cores (cores inside an nVidia GPU [Stream Processors for amd] to do calculations instead of CPU cores). those aplications also scale almost perfectly with multiple GPUs (Reason super computers have hundrets to thousands of them) also Cryptocurrency mining is the same in a way. (it uses GPU cores too)