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After some consideration and a lot of question asking, this is the spec I have ordered: I really splurged to create a fairly future-proof system. Lots of things in the spec shouldnt need changing any time soon. I am seriously freaked out right now: I have this motherboard: The heatsink calls for me to secure it down to 4 holes in the motherboard surrounding the socket, but the Retention Module Base that came pre-installed with Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI motherboard is already using those holes and seems to be fastened in with some Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI of plastic piece.

Let me know what I should do here. The way that people seem to suggest is using a hair-dryer, but that sounds a little scary to me.

I use a Wacom Intuos 3 at work with a 6"x8" drawing surface at work. I guess I like it except that i never use the buttons on the tablet itself but what should I get for home use?

Is Intuos really that different from Graphire in terms of sensitivity, or precision? Are there better brands than Wacom? How much of a difference would a larger drawing surface make?

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I usually just zoom in in PS when I need to. I don't genuinely use it.


I find its small drawing space very limiting and not very sensitive at all with photoshop. It behaves a lot better in some other programs however. Like alias sketchbook and corel painter. I am curious to hear from those who use the upper end models all day long.

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I hardly use my graphire 2. If you're not tight for desk space then 9 x 12 min, 12 x 19 max. If you're not tight for desk space OR money, the Cintiq! Tablets 56 posted by. Even if you draw at a fair speed - not nearly fast, and not achingly slow It's too bad because a tablet Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI be a great asset, but I don't see myself getting one anymore.

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That was probably a small size A6 or something tablet if you couldn't draw a nice curve? The sample rate, resolution and pressure levels are twice as good for the Intuos3 as for the Graphire4.

This means you can draw a lot more accurate. Intuos3 also has tilt sensitivity, btw. I use it for texturing and stuff in photoshop, as I hate doing freehand drawing with a mouse. I've thought about upgrading to one of the Intuos Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI as soon as I can afford Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI, but I wouldn't want to go to anything bigger than an A5 size.

I tried out a mate's A4 sized one at work, and I just got pissed off with having to move my entire arm all the time. It's all in the wrist when it comes to smaller tablets!

I think graphires are fine too if you don't plan on using it alot, I use some every day at school, and althought I'm more comfortable on my A5, I still find A6 is enough space to do pretty much anything many very Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI digital artists use only A6. As for larger than A5, I have an A4 intuos3 at work, and honestly, even though it is nice for some specific things like drawing really clean lineartmost of the time I just find it a tad too large, and prefer Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI A5 at home.

I have no problem drawing curves on graphires, and the whole Magic Pro MP-K8N-GT4 SLI of the tablet is that it DOES register the pen before it touches the tablet, or you wouldn't know where the hell you are on the screen, silly, it obviously only draws when you touch the surface. It obviously takes a little while to get used to. Turns out you can get a wacom intuos3 A5 for a far more reasonable quid 25,yen. Maybe they are much cheaper in Japan, but seeing that price makes me want to buy one right away!

Hmm, just checked the UK price and they seem to still be around quid. I can't fix it or return it, it's totally shagged. I need a new card then it seems.


My current system is an athlon ? The card I have at the moment is a gt and I'm looking for a cheap replacement that will give me similar or better performance.

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