Well, I do know there are other engines that are basically tool suites like Unity or Unreal for example. I do plan to use visual studio, blender and adobe outside programming other necessary tools. Also, planning to possibly cell shade 3D models. Depending on the method taken, it may eat some resources. I heard. I really need to brush up on todays methods but I'll live and so will my programmer.
Hello everyone, You may call me Miss Bourgeau. Im here because I need some advice on what parts make up a good use case senario for Game Development and so on. I already know what case I will use. Ie the corsair slate 1000D. (Which has plenty of room.) Also. We hail from Michigan USA. So the currency is us dollars. Before we get started I am not exactly new to pc's. Been around them for at least 25 years and built a few gaming PCs. If you can try to inform me of the best parts you would or do use. Via 2018. (please list the latest parts) highlighting workstation vs standard/gaming performances. I will appreciate it and so will my future employees. If you like post a list of your build as an example. I will be open to suggestions. As for budget I wont go over 10,000 USD as a price cap because I have to have this for multiple use cases (with more than one in the future) and we need a base model with the corsair 1000D. Putting the stating point at 500 usd. Meaning we have 9,500 USD left which we could spend but the more inexpensive the better here. (I dont plan on watercooling the gpu. Since 1000D should pull enough air to keep things cool) The operating system is to be Windows 10 Pro. Which right now seems to fair AMD Processors and Graphics Cards best the last I checked. I am not oppessed to using nvida though. So try to offer the best build for the job with your advice. This will be the first of many 1000D PCs used for game development at my company. The project we are planning will at least output in 1080p in its lowest settings and will be feature rich with its own engine. There is no immediate time constrant on when I need this by... Take the time to make your post.