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If you're in the market for a new workstation to keep up with your software upgrades, the right hardware configuration can make a big difference in efficiency and performance. In order to take full advantage of Creo, a powerful hardware configuration is needed.

In this paper, Bill Martin-Otto, a CAD/CAM evangelist with Lenovo examines different combinations of hardware to see what offers the best performance depending on your needs and gives the approximate cost of each system.

What You Will Learn:

Good, Better and Best options for different workstation hardware including: CPU, operating system, graphics card, hard drive and monitor size.

Who Should View:

Creo users wanting better workstation performance.

Workstation users looking to upgrade performance.


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