SolidWorks 2009 has one of the most advanced 3D graphics engines in the CAD industry, but what is it that makes it tick, how does RealView affect 3D performance and what do you need to consider when buying a professional graphics card?
I’ve put together my findings in a special report, which is due to appear in the July/August edition of DEVELOP3D magazine, out early next week. To make sure you get a copy, just register here now. And in case you didn’t know, it’s free!
I’d also like to take this opportunity to say a special thanks to Stuart Reid, Director, Product Systems & Graphics at SolidWorks
Labels: Graphics Cards, RealView, solidworks, VBOs
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