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What type of PC is good enough for Z-Brush...

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And I know, that question is pretty broad, but...I really don't know much about processing power as it relates to 3D modeling...


Thank you in advance. :)

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Gday Katie_Harlow87

Please provide a little more info before we make suggestion.

What is your budget?

In which country will you purchase parts?

Do you have a full retail OS (64 bit) you can use?   An OEM version is not transferable to a new build. 

What brand/model of display are you going to use?

Will you also use the computer for other software or gaming?  


Here are the recommended system requirements. > http://pixologic.com/zbrush/system/

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