Hi all, I was wondering if anyone knew what the difference is exactly between the desktop and workstation lines of graphics cards from NVidia and ATI. My company is asking me for recomendations on upgrading some of our computers that we use for CAD, and I want to make a good/cost effective reccommendation. The CAD software we use, Autodesk Inventor, requires a card with open GL support plus at least 64MB of RAM. Right now I'm on a P4 1.6A with a GeForce 2 MX , so I'm looking forward to an upgrade. Is there any point in looking at the workstation lines of cards? (FireGL and Quadro) Or is that totally overkill?