AN EPYC AMOUNT OF
CPU CORES & PCI-E LANES
The APEXX P3 is an ideal platform for demanding 3D content creation workflows and those who need a cost effective solution that supports multiple high-bandwidth PCIe devices.
EPYC enables up to 6 dedicated GPUs in a single-socket servers with peer-to-peer communication through the CPU. 2-socket and/or PCI switches are no longer needed to get the lanes required to achieve this level of GPU density.
Scale-Out Storage Solutions
With EPYC’s 128 PCIe lanes, you no longer need 2 sockets to get the high-bandwidth PCI lanes to allow dense NVMe storage solutions.
Enterprise Business Applications
EPYC allows you to buy only what you need to support your enterprise business application requirements. No more second sockets need to go unused.
Let's get you hooked up. Choose your base configuration:
The ideal system for local rendering or simulation, APEXX P3 features AMD EPYC™ 7000 series CPUs. With up to 32 cores, 8 memory channels and 128 PCIe® 3.0 lanes per CPU, the APEXX offers the best of both worlds for demanding workflows that require significant CPU compute and GPU expandability
6.84" (17.37cm) W
15.28" (38.81cm) H
17.80" (45.21cm) D
- 16-core AMD EPYC 2.4GHz processor
- 32GB DDR4-2666 memory
- NVIDIA® Quadro™ P2000 5GB graphics
- 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD
- Microsoft® Windows™ 10
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
With the release of our new flagship workstation, the APEXX S3, it’s the perfect time to address our updated product naming convention. You may be familiar with our APEXX line of workstations, which vary in size from 1 to 5. Initially, this numeral was closely tied to the number of GPUs the chassis could support, yet, as technology evolved, this approach became outdated.
MORE THAN JUST HARDWARE
WE KNOW YOUR SOFTWARE, TOO!
BOXX Performance Specialists not only know hardware inside and out, they also understand the challenges that come with the advanced software you use in your everyday workflow! Whether you use Autodesk Revit or 3ds Max for modeling, V-Ray or Iray for rendering, SOLIDWORKS for simulation, or any other advanced computing software, one of our experts can walk you through the entire process, answer questions about your specific workflow, and address all those pesky pain points that cost you time and money. Ask anyone — you won't find real software experts with helpful advice at Dell, HP, or Apple.