I took a look at the configuration and costs around 900.
At the price, I would expect a little more.
Definitely an SSD and at least 6GB GPU storage.
4 cores may be enough for CAD, but at the price idk if that is fair, and it's not wrong if you have more cores, at 4 screens you will multitask a lot and it will do you good.
I would take screens in the middle maybe 1440p and very small edges. Size is a matter of taste. 1440p is enoug for the Futer i think. 4K takes a lot of Power to Run, and 1080p is a bit outdated i would say. Maybe something like that: https://geizhals.de/samsung-space-monitor-s27r750q-s27r754q-ls27r750qeuxen-ls27r754qeuxzg-a1982694.html?hloc=at&hloc=de
As you can see, I wrote this post 2016 ....Since I didn't get a lot of answers at the time, I simply tried it and bought 4 monitors DELL U2515H (25", 16:9, Ultrasharp).I have to say, for me it was the right decision.The microstation displays nice on it, the icons are smaller than usual but ok for me (icon size could also be adjusted if necessary).All in all, I don't regret this purchase.
PS: In the meantime, the workstation has also changed to: Intel Xeon W-2133 6 Cores 3.6/3.9 GHz, 32 GB RAM, NVIDIA Quadro P2000 5GB 4DP, PCIe SSD M2 512GB
that explains a lot ^^
I just entered the Forum and saw your question and no one replied ... so i did.^^
Nice to hear that it worked for you.
I just wondered why u would choos that setup on the current Tech Market, but that was 4 years ago so ...yeah
Have a nice one !
You Did not got a lot of answers because you asked in a german forum
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