Graphic Workstation Max RAM, ATX Motherboard, ATX Full Tower

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Graphic Workstation Max RAM, ATX Motherboard, ATX Full Tower

Now that we’ve discussed graphics, processor power, speed and high end video, we next explore RAM and the levels needed for a typical workstation.

For today’s systems, we typically want DD2/DD3 memory with a minimum of 8g, that should be paired, the correctly.

If motherboards are configured to be component space/quantity specific.

For example with the newer ATX Motherboards, you’ll learn the advantages of built in component parts such as for USB3 and SATA 3 which have the highest transfer rates of their class.  And with the newer Full ATZ “metal” Towers, their advantage is that they bring better cooling capabilities than do the plastic casing towers.

PCs that are being used for graphic workstations require powerful processors and maximum RAM.

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