Cost Effective, Compact Production Workstation
The APEXX E-Class is our entry-level workstation featuring up to a single Intel® 9th Gen Core™ i7 or i9 processor along with a single dual slot professional GPU, plently of memory and ample storage options.
Intel® Optane™ Technology
Eliminating bottlenecks requires better storage memory that is fast, inexpensive, and non-volatile. With Intel® Optane™ technology accelerates the computer’s responsiveness by smart handling of the most frequently used data and applications.
Fast CPU for Content Creation
The Intel® Core™ i7-9700K and i9-9900K processors feature a base clock speed of 3.6GHz and max turbo boost speeds of 4.9GHz and 5.0GHz, respectively, making them well suited for lightly-threaded content creation applications. For higher a sustained frequency across all CPU cores benefiting from the new Solder Thermal Interface Material (STIM), check out the APEXX S3.
Compact Production Workhorse
Built-in reliability, availability and serviceability to ensure platform and data integrity. Intel® vPro™ technology delivers hardware-enhanced security, identity protection, and remote manageability.
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6.84” (17.37cm) W
14.33” (36.40cm) H
15.29 (38.84cm) D
- 8-core Intel 9th Gen Core i7 3.6GHz processor
- 16GB DDR4-2666 memory
- NVIDIA Quadro P620 2GB graphics
- 250GB M.2 PCIe SSD
- Microsoft Windows 10
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.