Dreamworks switches to Intel for 3-D high

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For animation studios, computers need to contain high quality chips and high quality components or else your animation would look crap. Upgrading, however, is a different story – as they want to get the “next-big” thing.

And taking that up is Dreamworks Animation and the have signed a deal to replace their AMD-powered computers to brand new Intel-powered computers from HP. HP provided the now-obsolete computers powered by AMD chips.

The chips will be used to help the studio to produce films n stereoscopic 3-D. The first film that will be using the new computers will be “Monsters vs. Aliens”, who will make its debut on March 27, 2009. The financial deal were not disclosed.

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