I bought this computer for school and work, amazing so far!
For a second there I thought he had two x99 motherboards for this build O_O
oh his mirror was playing tricks on us
Wondering why you went with a 6-core when Solidworks can only use 4 cores? Are you doing a lot of simulation or rendering?
I thought it would be better to have more than enough, instead of just the needed amount.
I see what you mean, but it also means SolidWorks can only use 2/3 of your processing power. Unless you're doing simulation or rendering.
I can't find any information on solidworks using 4 cores max ? Could you enlighten me.
http://www.javelin-tech.com/blog/2010/11/do-multi-core-processors-help-with-solidworks/#.WC2uedThCmw , http://www.javelin-tech.com/blog/2011/01/solidworks-multi-threading/#.WCzXatThCmw
This a lovely computer sir! I'm jealous of your graphics card! It's the newer version of mine and I'd love to hear how your liking it. I hope you enjoy your rig.
a quadro? why?
Its a workstation
I do not see a M4000 in pic 1
Wait, nvm, found it
I would say that's a SolidWorkstation
Im going to assume so since he has all the part boxes laud out in the first picture. Overall great computer, if you built it
I didn't mean to add that in the completed build, there should only be one.
Yes, I built it, probably couldn't find this setup in a store!