Computer hardware manufacturer MSI has introduced the latest version of its WS63 workstation powered by NVIDIA Quadro P4000, delivering over 40 percent better visualization performance and 1.7 times the computing performance of the previous generation.
Based on NVIDIA Pascal architecture, the Quadro P4000 GPU delivers over 40 percent better visualization performance and 1.7 times the computing performance of the previous generation. With 8GB GDDR5 memory, the WS63 has the performance and memory capacity required for large models, detailed photo-realistic renderings, and realistic VR experience in a thin and light mobile workstation chassis.
In addition to the new GPU, the WS63 still maintains all the features and performance of the previous WS63 model (specs listed below). The notebook includes MSI’s Cooler Boost Trinity design with a 41-blade and 37-blade fan for the GPU, five pipes for optimized thermal designed, and a 41-blade fan for the CPU. The Whirlwind blade design increases air pressure by 30 percent, reducing the running heat and resulting in a speedier cooling capacity.
“We are excited to bring NVIDIA’s Quadro P4000 GPU to our newest iteration of the WS63 workstation,” says Andy Tung, president of MSI. “With this upgrade, this line will continue to bring incredible performance to the professional market in a thin and light chassis.”
The MSI WS63 workstation with Quadro P4000 GPU is now available with prices starting at $3,099.