A Modern-Day, Xeon Micro Workstation
You can tailor a custom workstation in an infinite number of ways, but our goal today is to build a device offering powerful performance and strong 3-D rendering capabilities in a small, elegant package that remains cool and quiet, but also looks nothing like your typical tower workstation.
AMD’s FirePro W4100 delivers far more than you’d expect from a small-footprint, high-power workstation. Its compact design allows for extra airflow through the chassis without sacrificing the power needed to get serious work done. On board, you’ll find 2GB of GDDR5 memory, an extremely power-efficient design, and certification on more than 100 different business applications.
Of course, Fractal’s Code 500 case can accommodate bigger cards if your customer has more intensive needs.
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Join our technical editor as he whiles away an afternoon assembling a compact, powerful, custom-designed workstation that looks nothing like the big, bland boxes you’re used to.
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