Available in a wide range of chassis and configurations, BOXX APEXX S-class overclocked workstations are purpose-built for lightly-threaded performance found in SOLIDWORKS, Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, Inventor, and other CAD applications which thrive with a higher frequency processor. Pairing an overclocked, 9th generation Intel® Core™ i7 or i9 with advanced liquid cooling also significantly improves modeling and animation workflows.

Ultimate Productivity

Lightly threaded 3D content creation tools are limited by the frequency of the processor. A faster CPU clock speed means more creating and less waiting. S-class workstations only use professionally overclocked Intel processors with speeds of up to 5.1GHz. See the benchmarks!

Ideal for:

  • Professionals looking to maximize their budget
  • Single-threaded applications
  • 3D animation, modeling, and CAD design
  • 2D image processing
 

For a limited time, save up to $600 on an APEXX S-Class workstation

professionally overclocked to 5.1GHz and purpose-built for SOLIDWORKS, Autodesk, C4D, Adobe, and more.

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  • CAD, 3D content & motion media flagship

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  • Multiple GPU options & more PCIe lanes

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  • Multi-GPUs for CAD, 3D & motion media

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* Support for the maximum number of GPUs depends on GPU model. Our online configurator smartly factors in all related constraints to help you choose.
Learn more about maximum GPU configurations and power budget or ask a BOXX performance specialist.

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APEXX and GoBOXX RTX Studio systems are part of the NVIDIA Studio platform which combines RTX GPUs, the NVIDIA Studio Stack of specialized SDKs, and dedicated Studio Drivers, to deliver state-of-the art performance for creative workflows.

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Stay ahead of deadlines and competitors with 9th generation Intel

Design timelines have compressed significantly in the last twenty years – by up to 50% - and they continue to get shorter. That’s where APEXX S-Class desktop workstations featuring 9th generation Intel® Core™ processors come in. A close look at these benchmarks reveals the distinct advantage 9th generation processors overclocked from 3.6 GHz to up to 5.1 GHz have over previous technology. Stay ahead of deadlines AND your competition with 9th generation Intel Core processors in BOXX's S-Class desktop workstations. Think of the time you’ll save.

9th Gen vs 8th Gen Intel Preformance Ratings for and

*OC (Overclocked) - BOXX has been shipping overclocked systems since 2008 and with thousands of systems in use throughout the world, we have not experienced a processor failure rate any different from that of standard processor systems. This is because we work closely with our partner Intel to ensure we stay within the parameters of safe overclocking, providing increased performance without applying significantly larger increases in voltage.