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Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

I wonder if anyone have any expirience with graphic cards that is well suited with Catia V5. I run on a Nvidia Geforce3 card, and I`m not to happy with the performance,
Does anyone have some recommendations.

Greetengs from Norway!

RE: Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

I am running on HP workstation with ATI Radeon 8800 128MB DDR memory.
no problem an good power


RE: Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

The following link lists all approved hardware configurations. There are other graphics cards that will work satifactorily I'm sure, but those on the list definately do.

RE: Graphic adapter suited for Catia V5

I have used Matrox G450 cards for several years.  Dual monitors are especially useful when running through CAD tutorials.

I am looking forward to the Matrox Parhelia 3-monitor cards, which are available for not much more than $200 for 128mb memory.  The 256mb card, possibly not available yet, may be more suitable for heavy graphics work.  Review:


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