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High End Workstation

Powered by up to two Intel ® Xeon® processors for a total of 44 cores and high-end outshines any other computer workstation on the market for rendering, simulation, and advanced computation tasks.

High End Workstation are most advanced workstation available in both tower and 2U rack mounted formats. Powered by up to two Intel ® Xeon® processors for a total of 44 cores and outshines any other computer workstation on the market for rendering, simulation, and advanced computation tasks!

Dell High End Workstations

Dell Precision T7920 Workstation

 

Dell’s Precision 7920 Rack is the company’s newest performance-driven, 2U-form-factor-desktop workstation designed for complex projects such as virtual-reality workflows. This powerful workstation provides datacenter protection, access to shared storage, IT management and control, security and more.

Scalability is ever present in the Precision range and the T7920 is no different, with up to 3TB DDR4 2666MHz available, the immense power of the T7920 can be scaled to the job.

ISV certifications ensure that your performance is put to use, the Dell Precision Optimizer tunes your workstation to make sure you’re getting the most out of you editing workstation.

Dell Precision T7910 Workstation

 

The Dell Precision Tower 7910 workstation for rent is Dell’s the top of the line professional workstation. It features dual processors and is ideal for computationally demanding workloads including 3D rendering, simulation, and analysis. VR-ready and ISV certified to support industry-leading software applications.

The Precision Tower 7910 (T7910) Desktop Workstation is Dell’s most powerful and scalable dual processor workstation, offering performance up to 4.5x faster than previous generations for analysis, rendering, simulations, computer-aided-design (CAD), computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) and other computational intensive workloads (CIW).

Dell Precision T7600 Workstation

 

The Dell Precision T7600 workstation is designed for power and performance in workload-intensive environments. The Precision dell workstation T7600 offers substantial computing performance for financial and scientific analysis, professional engineering, and complex 3D modeling.

The Dell T7600  supports up to 2 x E5-2600 Xeon Processors, 512GB of memory, and 3 Hard Drives.  It utilizes a standard 1300W Watt power supply that allows for enough power for upgraded graphics cards. Outfitted with two Intel xeon workstation E5-2687W processors – each with eight cores – 8GB of four channel RAM (and if your pockets are deep enough, this baby can be configured with up to 512GB!) and an NVIDIA Quadro 6000 graphics card with Tesla GPU, we certainly expected impressive performance from our review model.

HP High End Workstations

HP Z8 G4 Workstation

 

Built for serious software the HP Z8 G4 workstation has top of the line power and flexibility you could never imagine. Optimal for simulation, 8K video editing and complex machine learning to tackle the complex workloads.

Powered with dual Intel Xeon CPUs with 56 processing cores and 3 Terabytes of RAM where unexpectedly you get 24 RAM slots with 48 Terabyte of expandable memory and 3 Nvidia Quadro P6000 graphics cards.

Advanced security features come standard on every Z8. High end Workstation Rest assured your device, identity and data are safe with security software like hp workstation Client Security Suite and HP Sure Start, the industry’s first self-healing BIOS with intrusion detection.

HP Z840 workstation

 

The HP Z840 computer rental is a high-powered business class tower that is a one-stop shop for all aspects of your company.

The HP Z840 is powerful enough to handle the work of a CAD, multimedia, or video designer as well as being able to be a rack-mounted server solution. High-end workstations are personalized items. You’ll be buying them on a case-by-case basis for the big brains in the back room; they’re massive overkill for most clerical and sales workers.

The Z840’s base configuration is a model with a single Xeon processor, regular hard drive, and doesn’t come with a graphics card.

HP Z820 workstation

 

The Z820 workstation is the new top dog for both performance and expandability. Back in 2009, the first Z800 sported a pair of quad-core Xeon CPUs running at 3.2GHz, and 18GB of DDR3 memory; while the refreshed Z800, released a year later, featured a pair of six-core CPUs, running at 3.33GHz.

The configuration of the Z820 we will be looking at offers a pair of 3.1GHz eight-core CPUs running at 3.1GHz, and 32GB DDR3 memory. As you can see, with each iteration, HP has been primarily pushing two aspects of these high-end systems: memory bandwidth and raw CPU processing power.

Multi-core processors revolutionized desktop computing when they began to see mainstream adoption midway through the last decade. Beginning as dual-core chips, the core count rapidly increased, and now high-end models offer eight or even twelve cores on a single CPU.