Hardware Notes - Pro/CONCEPT 1.0

Platform Support
Partner Platform Operating System levels CPU

Windows XP Base OS Intel Pentium II 333 MHz or higher, Pentium III, & Pentium IV
Windows 2000 Base OS, Service Pack 1 & 2. Intel Pentium II 333 MHz or higher, Pentium III, & Pentium IV
Windows NT 4.0 Service pack 5 or later Intel Pentium II 333 MHz or higher, Pentium III, & Pentium IV

System Requirements
  Windows (XP , 2000 and NT 4.0)
  Minimum Recommended
Main Memory 128 MB 256 MB
Available Disk Space 350 MB 500 MB
Swap Space 256 MB 512 MB
CPU speed 333 MHz 1.0 GHz
Monitor 1280 x 1024 (or higher) resolution support with 24-bit or greater color, 100 DPI
Network Microsoft TCP/IP
Ethernet Network Adapter
Mouse Microsoft-approved 3-button mouse
File systems NTFS
Misc. CD-ROM or DVD drive
Language Support English

Graphics Information

For 3D-hardware acceleration, an OpenGL graphics card must be used that has been tested in a PTC-supported configuration. To ensure the compatibility of a graphics driver with Pro/CONCEPT, a PTC-certified hardware configuration is recommended.

Certified and Supported Graphics Cards
Partner Certified Graphics Cards Certification Details Supported Graphics Cards Support Details
3Dlabs Wildcat III 6110 Compaq, Dell, IBM Wildcat III 6110 HP
Wildcat II 5110 Compaq, Dell, IBM Wildcat 4110 Compaq, IBM
ATI Fire GL 8800 Compaq, IBM Fire GL 8800 HP
Fire GL4 Compaq, IBM Fire GL4 HP
Hewlett-Packard VISUALIZE- Pro fx10 HP VISUALIZE- Pro fx6+ HP
    VISUALIZE- Pro fx4+ HP
NVIDIA Quadro4 900 XGL Dell, Compaq Quadro4 900 XGL HP
Quadro4 700 XGL Dell Quadro2 Pro HP,
Quadro4 500 GoGL Dell Quadro2 EX Compaq, Dell, IBM, HP
NVIDIA Quadro 2 Go MXR Dell    
Quadro2 Pro Compaq, Dell, IBM    

Supported Peripherals and Accessories
  Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows NT 4.0
Data Tablets Please refer to http://www.wacom.com/productsupport/index.cfm for specific driver information.
Cintiq 18sx Certified Certified Certified
Intuos2 Certified Certified Certified
Intuos Certified Certified Certified

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