anonymous
  • anonymous
hello guys, which kind of machine is good for autodesk's softwares
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a good one, like a PC with 8GB to the maximum you can buy of RAM. and a nit CPU like i7. well you need that if you already know one of the software's and you can have a simulation with a lot of geometry in it. other then that if you learning 4 GB and a Dual-core CPU can do fine.
anonymous
  • anonymous
any machine with a working ram of 4 gb +graphics card will work fine rest depends upon ur processors performance ... windows os works gud however laging will be there depending upon the multitasking u do ... hope it helps

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