AccuRender nXt

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Hola Todos
Necesito una ayuda para elegir un pc a comprar
Quiciera saber si un procesador de 4 cores y 3.2 g Ghz puede ser mejor
que uno de 8 Cores con 2.0 Ghz
Pues me estan cotizando estas dos opciones
XEON E5-2643 de 4 Cores 3.2 Ghz y
XEON E5-2650 de 8 Cores 2.0 Ghz
Quiciera saber si tener menos Ghz significaria que el procesador tiene menor rendimiento . o si por el contrario al tener mas cores tiene un mejor rendiniento

Muchas Gracias
(Traduccion de google)

Hello All
I need help in choosing a pc to buy
I would love for to know if a 4-cores processor and 3.2 g Ghz can be better
to one with 8-cores and 2.0 Ghz
For me these two options are trading
XEON E5-2643 4-core 3.2 Ghz and
XEON E5-2650 8-core 2.0 Ghz
I would love for having less Ghz know if it would mean that the processor has lower performance. or, on the contrary to have more cores is better rendiniento

many Thanks

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Both are important-- multiply clock speed by # of processors to get an estimate for comparison.

These two machines should be pretty similar in performance.  The 8-core may be slightly faster for rendering.  The 4 core will likely be faster for everything else.

Thanks Roy
any more question for large assembly Autocad or Autocad Plant 3d Files How Pc is better?

Video cards can make a big difference when working with large drawings in AutoCAD-- this is not important for rendering in nXt (except for WalkAbout).

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