RAM and Photoshop, how much for a gigapano?  

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HansKeesom
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by HansKeesom » Sun Apr 07, 2013 10:31 pm

I ordered a replacement kit that I will try to build into one of the cases I already have

-Intel X79 Hexa Core
-Intel Core I7 3930K 3.20 GHz, Boxed, Excl. Videochip, Hexa Core
-Asus Sabertooth X79
-WD Green 2 TB, 5900 Rpm, 64 MB
-Corsair Hydro Series H80i Intel: 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 AMD AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2
-Kingston HyperX Black XMP 16 GB, PC3-12800, 1600 MHz, 10, Non-ECC, Kit Of 2 so totally 32 GB. Option for 64 GB


I will use a current sata SSD and a PCI-SSD to turn it into a decently fast workstation. Also a simple GPU for the moment.

My old workstation is more and more used through RDP by the photographers I work for to edit their tour in Panotour. Due to a little trick, multiple users can work on it.
Regards, Hans Keesom
I stitch and render for other photographers. Price: 25 euro or less, no cure no pay. If you want to concentrate on your business let me do the stitching for you. Free TB of Dropbox space when you have more then 250 euro business a year.

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