How HP Z Workstations Help Improve the AutoCAD Design Process

January 23rd, 2011

 

Millions of users rely on AutoCAD to improve their design processes and bring products to market faster. And many of these users – including Autodesk’s own AutoCAD design team – have selected HP workstations as their platform of choice.

Why? Because the HP Z Workstation family of products delivers the power, performance and reliability you need – all at an affordable price.

These powerful workstations are designed to optimize the way hardware and software components work together. They feature the latest Intel processors and performance-improving technologies, including Intel QuickPath, Intel Hyper-Threading¹ and Intel Turbo Boost². At the same time, advanced memory, certified graphics from NVIDIA and AMD,and storage components help you create and visualize complex 3D designs.

HP also offers personal productivity tools that help you get your job done faster. For example, HP Performance Advisor lets you configure, monitor and fine tune the performance of your system so it works better with the applications you use. And HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS), a 3D screen sharing and remote access application, allows you to collaborate with colleagues by enabling access to your 2D, 3D, video, and media-rich applications.

Most important, the entire product family – from the entry-level HP Z200 Workstation to the advancedHP Z800 Workstation to HP EliteBook Mobile Workstations – is fully certified and tested for AutoCAD.

HP offers special deals on HP Workstations for Autodesk Subscription customers, with specially configured systems with monitors starting just under $1,200. To learn more about the HP Workstations, visit the HP for Autodesk website.

  1. Intel HT Technology (HT) is designed to improve performance of multi-threaded software products and requires a computer system with a processor supporting HT and an HT-enabled chipset, BIOS, and operating system. Please contact your software provider to determine compatibility. Not all customers or software applications will benefit from the use of HT. See http://www.intel.com/info/hyperthreading for more information.
  2. Intel Turbo Boost technology requires a PC with a processor with Intel Turbo Boost capability. Intel Turbo Boost performance varies depending on hardware, software and overall system configuration. See www.intel.com/technology/turboboost for more information.

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