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Make a 3d configurator sense?

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    Posted: 17 Jan 2017 at 1:05am
Hi,

i want integrate a 3D configurator like this into my website. I want increase my conversion rate. Have anywhere experience with a 3D configurator. How is the realtionship between a 3D configurator and conversion rate? Thanks for help.
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Make a little more sense.


For 3D work more cores means faster processing. The one place a 6 core Intel makes sense.
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wouldn't the amd zen multicore cpus do a good job in this?
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From what I've heard, a Ryzen 1700X/1800X w/ 16 threads can kick an Intel i7-6900K to the curb, for hundreds less at least (6900K a $1000 CPU)? Both are 16 threads, but Ryzen is clocked slightly higher, both are highly OC'able, but Ryzen has a newer, more advanced micro-architecture. I'm not sure where there's a detailed comparison posted, if anyone has it I'd like to read it in detail.
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