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NVIDIA FX 3400 and WILDCAT4 7110 256MB

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I need a comparison that would help in order to buy one of these two excellent graphics cards. I would like to hear opinions about their performance with CAD applications.
I would also like to have (if they exist) some links to reviews and comparisons between them.

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Hi llandajuela,

For CAD applications I'd choose the Wildcat hands down.
You don't need the speed of the NVIDIA except for 3d rendering, you need the display quality of the wildcat.
Although I couldn't find a comparison between those two, you might want to see:
http://www.3dlabs.com/spec/cad/
Wildcat4 7110 => http://www.specbench.org/gpc/Jan_03/apc.data/IBM/6219_3066_7110/sw2001plus/result.html

I'm running all our AutoCAD systems on the wildcat4 7210 and has always suited me great, especially at high resolutions and for presentations using a projector.
Greetings,

LucF
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here u'll find all comparisons and reviews u want:

http://www.sharkyextreme.com/
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by:kpaske
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This page might be of interest to you.  A long list of benchmarks using Autodesk Inventor:

http://www.autodesk.com/us/inventor/graphic_cards/SV9_by_time.pdf
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