Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Choosing the best workstation, part of BIM Tools Weekly.
- [Instructor] So let's look at BIM workstations.…Really it comes down to how much money you have.…This is always a good subject…because you need to have the gear to do your work.…You know that.…So where do you want to spend your own money?…On slow computers or on slow projects?…If I had my choice I'd go with a fast computer.…Really only because I'm a complete nerd…and I like lugging around the biggest…coolest looking machine that has…a battery life of about 15 minutes.…So let's first look at Auto Desks minimum recommendations.…Window 10, 64 bit of course.…
It's always a pain to upgrade your operation system,…but you don't really want to get too far behind on this.…As far as the CPUs go, I like the Intel i7 series.…What are you doing?…Rendering, opening large models?…Auto Desk stuff will use 16 cores if you have it.…I personally have a six core i7 processor…with a single instruction multiple data technology.…In terms of RAM, 16 gig, that's your minimum.…Any less than 16 and you're kidding yourself…in any real production environment.…
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