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.
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There are a few other possibilities to consider as well, depending on the customer. Our case includes one 5.25-inch removable bay, which could be used for anything from a hot-swap hard drive to a Blu-ray or DVD drive, to some extra USB ports or a media card reader.
Slap all that together and you’ve got an impressive Xeon-based workstation (or pint-size server) that makes very little noise but can render 3-D objects with ease, encode video like a champ, and crunch through business duties without breaking a sweat—and all in an eye-catching, compact design.
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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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