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Old 12 December 2012   #1
Question Mix Hardware for 3ds max and UDK (Unreal Engine)

Hi all, after look and search in many many forums, webs and more sites. I'm a little crazy about what machine i can buy for work with 3ds Max 2012 / 2013 and UDK. I have a 1900/2400€ (2500/3250$) budget. I work in interior design with vray and i need a machine for render smalls and medium rooms with a medium/high complexity and not die waiting hours and hours, but i working with UDK too, making game levels, and i want a machine with a good graphic card for this task. I am a little lost with a lot options and components, SLI or not, Dual Socket or single processor, SSD disk??, 32 GB Ram is enough??, Quadro + GTX 680??. Please anyone can help me?????

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 05 May 2013   #2
Did you buy your stuff
For thé next zone who comes à round :

i7 3960x or 3930k
Gigabyte / asus GTX 780 or radeon HD 7890(cheapest best value fort thé Buck)
Motherboard asus p9x79pro
power supply bequiet 800w to 1200watt (sli upgrade)
32 RAM 2133mhz gskill
Cooler : h110 corsair
Really good case : nzxt phantom 630 and upgrade
Buy some silent fans
SSD raid 0, Samsung 256gb x 2 , 840S pro
Hdd black caviar or seagate 7200 (cheapest)
 
Old 05 May 2013   #3
i7 3960x or 3930k
Gigabyte / asus GTX 780 or radeon HD 7890(cheapest best value fort thé Buck)>>>> GTX660-680
Motherboard asus p9x79pro
power supply bequiet 800w to 1200watt (sli upgrade)
32 RAM 2133mhz gskill
Cooler : h110 corsair
Really good case : nzxt phantom 630 and upgrade
Buy some silent fans
SSD raid 0, Samsung 256gb x 2 , 840S pro
Hdd black caviar or seagate 7200 (cheapest)

...just my 2cc
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