Develop3D Workstation Report – BOXX APEXX S3

by Greg Corke   With an overclocked six core ‘Coffee Lake’ Core i7 CPU and a well engineered compact chassis, this is an impressive CAD workstation but it does come at a premium, writes Greg Corke. When we started DEVELOP3D in 2008, almost all CAD workstations came with a quad core CPU. If you wanted…

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AMD Updates Radeon Software with Capability to Switch Drivers

Faster and more capable PCs are a wonder of modern technology, but the efficiency of high-end systems has raised the bar for production capacity in creative studios across the globe. Consumers demand better visual work faster, and professionals have to be ready to solve complex graphics problems on-the-fly to meet tight deadlines. Luckily, AMD’s latest…

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Review: Boxx has American-made machines that are well worth your money.

By Paul Schmutzler From Post Magazine (www.postmagazine.com) The past 12 to 24 months of computer development have inserted more uncertainty about which operating system and editing platform to choose than I can recall since around 2008 to 2010. At that time, Final Cut Pro was dominating the market, pulling more editors back to the Macintosh…

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Review: The BOXX Apexx 4 is a Monster Machine for Video Creators

By Chris Monlux The Boxx Apexx 4 is impressive and every aspect of it has been optimized for its specific purpose of media creation. There are about a million ways to configure an editing system. On top of that, you have the option to build your own, have one custom made, or to buy one…

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Time to Switch? Autodesk Discontinues Support for 3ds Max on Mac

For years, the lack of available software for Mac operating systems has been a source of frustration for many loyal Mac users and creative designers. This has never been more true than it is right now. Quietly, back in March, Autodesk announced that they would no longer support 3ds Max in the Mac OS environment.…

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