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BOXX Upgrades APEXX S4 Workstations with New CPUs

Now featuring 13th Gen Intel Core i7 and i9 processors, the desk-side system is built to optimize creative and accelerated 3D workflows for CAD, 3D design, motion media, and other professional software applications.

BOXX Technologies has announced that its APEXX S4 workstation now features 13th Gen Intel Core i7 and i9 processors, providing optimized performance for CAD, 3D design, motion media, and other professional software applications.

“The new APEXX S4 dramatically accelerates demanding 3D workflows,” said Bill Leasure, BOXX VP of Sales and Marketing. “The addition of 13th Gen Intel Core processors to this multi-GPU workstation will enable architects, engineers, animators, VFX artists, video editors, and other creative professionals to create and render faster and more efficiently than ever before.”

The desk-side tower system, with rackmount capability, is purpose-built for CPU and GPU tasks in Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, and AutoCAD, as well as SOLIDWORKS, Cinema 4D, and Adobe Creative Cloud.

Overclocked up to 5.8GHz, the 24-core, 13th Gen Intel Core i7 and i9 processors inside the APEXX S4 feature performance hybrid architecture designed to improve hardware and software efficiency. The CPUs also include Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, 20 total CPU PCIe lanes, and up to 36MB Intel Smart Cache. Support for the latest DDR5 provides control over memory configuration, while Thunderbolt 4 support provides simple and fast peripheral connections.

In addition to the new Intel Core technology, the expandable APEXX S4 features liquid cooling, up to 128GB of memory storage, a 1300W power supply, and support for up to four NVIDIA RTX A6000 GPUs.

“APEXX S4 is the most expandable BOXX S-Class workstation ever,” added Leasure. “With the latest Intel technology and the ability to support multiple CPU tasks, GPU tasks, and complex rendering, this is a workstation creators can rely on to power the latest applications, maximize productivity, and outpace their competitors.”

Additional information is available here.

Source: BOXX

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