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  03 March 2013
Building a CPU for Animation and VFX

Hello, looking for a new system. My main needs are 3d rendering/animation (maya),real flow, Adobe After Effects for motion graphics and visual effects and Premiere for video editing.


Approximate Purchase Date: within a week


Budget Range: 680-710$


System Usage from Most to Least Important: motion graphics (adobe after effects), 3d animation (maya,realflow) and digital painting (photoshop), browsing, no gaming)

Parts needed: processor, motherboard, ram, casing, psu

Parts Not Required: : GPU, keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, OS, Hardrive , DVD Drive

Current parts : Nvidea geforce 220GT, 1TB + 320 GB SATA HDD

Preferred Website(s) for Parts : local computer shop, http://123.49.57.230/binarylogic/index.htm

Country of Origin: Bangladesh

Monitor Resolution: don't need monitor, I have a 17 inch square monitor

currently i am not planning to buy a quadro gpu. maybe two months later when i gonna afford one. so let me know if my current Nvidea geforce 220GT is enough or i have to change it immediately.
thanks
 
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