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  • IBM IntelliStation M50 9229MC1 - fitted with Intel Core2 Duo processor, this quiet workstation has entry-level performance, high-quality components, more, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, March 1, 2007
  • IBM IntelliStation M Pro - the entry level workstation, fitted with NVIDIA Quadro FX 1400 graphics card with 128 MB memory, gives expandability options, John Virata, Digital CAD, November 28, 2005
  • IBM IntelliStation - AMD Opteron dual-core processors gives good performance and expandability for CAD, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Management, August 1, 2005
  • IBM IntelliStation M Pro - 3.6GHz Pentium 4 system with Wildcat Realizm 800 graphics, John Virata, AEC Newsroom, May 13, 2005
  • Punch Up Your CAD Power - New Athlon, Pentium Systems Pay Off with Performance - a look at the latest CAD workstations, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Management, March 1, 2005
  • CATbench Winter Update - The Best of Mobile Computing vs. the Best of UNIX: How Do They Compare? - reviews of Dell's new M70 Mobile Workstation and IBM's IntelliStation Power 275, Phil Harrison, CATIA Community, February 14, 2005 (requires free registration)
  • IBM IntelliStation Z Pro - a look at some of the improvements to the latest version of the Z Pro, John Virata, Digital CAD, January 12, 2005
  • Extreme Speed-Six Workstations Push the Limits - reviews of high-performance workstations: XI 3600E MTOWER (@Xi Computer), MJ-12 X2 (Alienware), Dell Precision 370 (Dell), IntelliStation A Pro 6224 (IBM), Poly 1100A-150 (Polywell), Vision FX A/V/D (Velocity Micro), Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, November 1, 2004
  • Hardware Roundup - Workstation Reference Guide - looks at workstations - both high-end and low-end - most suited for MCAD purposes, Alexandra Pratt, Inventor Connections, October 5, 2004 (requires free registration)
  • CATbench Update Summer 2004 - tests were run on the Dell Precision 470, two workstations from HP and IBM’s T42p mobile workstation, Phil Harrison CATIA Community, August 30, 2004 (requires free registration)
  • Pro/E: The Benchmark 2004 Summer Update - tests of the IBM MPRO Intel Pentium 4 3.4 GHz workstation and the IBM APRO AMD Opteron 2.2 GHz workstation, Jay Sussman, Pro/E Community, July 14, 2004 (requires free registration)
  • IBM IntelliStation A Pro - the IntelliStation A Pro series is ideal for the CAD professional who needs the most power available to really push complex CAD applications, John Virata, Media Workstation, May 13, 2004
  • CATbench Spring Update: Dell Surprises Our Reviewer - the Dell 450 won the latest CATIA benchmark, outperforming HP and IBM, Phil Harrison, CATIA Community, April 30, 2004
  • Wildfire Benchmark 2004 - IBM and Dell workstations performed well, Jay Sussman, Pro/E Community, April 8, 2004 (may require free registration)
  • IBM 3.2GHz IntelliStation M Pro - offers user-friendly features and proficient performance with the 3.2GHz Intel Pentium 4 CPU, John B. Virata, Digital CAD, November 26, 2003
  • Workstations Fall in Line - reviews of Pentium 4-based workstations from BOXX, HP, IBM and Polywell, and @Xi's 64-bit AMD workstation, Peter K. Sheerin, CADENCE, October 2003
  • CATIA Version 5 Workstation Benchmark - benchmarks of workstations from Dell, HP and IBM and graphics cards from NVIDIA prove that systems costing as little as $2,800 can be used to run CATIA in a highly productive manner, Phil Harrison, CATIA Solutions, Summer 2003
  • Faster [And] Faster Go the Workstations - a look at the latest trends in CAD/CAM hardware and reviews of Silicon Graphics Inc.'s 64-bit workstations; Sun Microsystems' Sun Blade 2000 and its PCI III co-processor card; HP's xw4100, zx2000 and zx6000 workstations; and IBM's IntelliStation Pro and Power workstations, Larry Gould, Automotive Design & Production, July 2003
  • Top-of-the-Line Performance: IBM IntelliStation M PRO 6219 CTO - this system turns in the fastest CAD performance to date, David Cohn, DE Online, May 2003
  • 8 Great CAD Workstations - stylish and powerful are these CAD-friendly systems from Boxx, HP, IBM, Polywell, Samsung, SYS Technologies and Tri CAD/CAM, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, March 2003
  • CATbench Update 2002: The Arrival of a New Chipset and Faster Processor - the IBM IntelliStation M Pro 3.06GHz set a CATIA benchmark record, and the Compaq EVO N800w tested so well it's now the champion among laptops, Phil Harrison, CATIA Solutions, Spring 2003
  • Towers of Power - in a roundup of workstations tested on a variety of CAD/CAM applications, Dell is the editors' choice in both the mid-range and high-end categories, Jan Ozer, PC Magazine, September 17, 2002
  • Wildcat Workstations - reviews of two workstations that feature 3Dlabs's latest Wildcat III graphics card: IBM IntelliStation M Pro and HP Workstation x4000, George Maestri, Computer Graphics World, August, 2002
  • IBM Regains Graphics High Ground - IBM has recaptured the graphics standard with its new ground-breaking T221 flat panel monitor, Charles Clarke, C3, May 2002
  • CATIA Version 5 Workstation Benchmark - reviewed are workstations from Compaq, Dell, IBM, Phil Harrison, CATIA Solutions Magazine, May/June 2002
  • Pro/E Magazine's 9th Annual Workstation and Mobile Workstation Review - Tri-Star leads Dell, IBM and Compaq in total points, Compaq's Evo best value, summary sheet, Brian D. Havens, Pro/E, May 2002 (pdf)
  • SolidWorks 2001 Benchmark Update - a summary of a review of computers from Dell (Precision M40, Precision 340) and IBM (2GHz Pentium 4), Solid Solutions, Jan/Feb 2002
  • Black Beauty - IBM's M Pro and Z Pro workstations have always been favored by CAD users, C3mag.com, July 2001
  • IBM Adds Pentium 4 Technology - IntelliStation M Pro with P4 beats a dual processor P3 system, Joe Greco, CGW, July 2001
  • The Best of 2000 - PCs - PC Magazine's Best of 2000, Bill Machrone, January 2, 2001
  • IBM IntelliStation E Pro - Phil Harrison, CATIA Solutions, July/August 2000. 5 stars.
  • IBM IntelliStation M Pro - Phil Harrison, CATIA Solutions, July/August 2000. 5 stars.

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