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Old August 27th, 2011, 10:36 PM
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Hi all, I am new here and need advice. I want to self-study 3ds max,
1- should I learn first autocad?,
2- are these specifications enough? Intel(R) Celeron(R) D CPU 3.06 GHz 960 MB RAM-Windows XP (service pack2) - direct x:9.0C - GetForce 7050 Nvidia - Memory:256 MB
3- From your experience what are the fastest resources for self learning 3ds and/or autocad

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Hi all, I am new here and need advice. I want to self-study 3ds max,
1- should I learn first autocad?,
2- are these specifications enough? Intel(R) Celeron(R) D CPU 3.06 GHz 960 MB RAM-Windows XP (service pack2) - direct x:9.0C - GetForce 7050 Nvidia - Memory:256 MB
3- From your experience what are the fastest resources for self learning 3ds and/or autocad

Thanks


hi,

1. No, you dont have to. Its way different from each other even that you can use Cad drawings in max for making buildings you dont have to learn AutoCad
2. Sure, but you could have problem with the new version of max which are eating memory like hell. a) for render is more CPU better b) for view performance is more memory better. Anyway with an older max you can run this without problem (there is realy not so much diference and you can try and than decide)
3. Tutorials are mostly the best thing to learn soemthing and also some books abou modeling\rendering are a good start. There is a lot of places where to search for tutorials,, try forst google for specific one and you will see

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It does not matter which one you learn first they are

1)completely different programs you don't get the same tools, options
2) i would go for about 16 to 32GB of ram for your computer, go for any of the ATI firepros these are specifically made for animation/modeling programs
3) these are 10000's of resources built into the software and online paid and free

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