With up to 18 cores and 36 threads, BOXX APEXX X-class workstations are engineered to maximize creative productivity. Whether you’re editing feature films or deploying cutting edge VR experiences, APEXX X-class, with support for multiple GPUs and 128GB of memory, is an ideal platform for complex production pipelines.
From working on a feature film to the next episode of a YouTube series, unlocked Intel Core X-series processors scale to your performance needs by using the two fastest cores at higher frequencies and up to 18 cores when extreme mega-tasking is required. Experience immersive 4K visuals, high speed storage and memory, and the latest technological advancements – all designed to get you from planning to final product faster than ever.
Spend more time creating and less time waiting. Intel® Core X-series processors can handle your most demanding workload. Upload and edit 360˚ videos quickly and experience VR videos–all in stunning 4K. There are no limits to what you can create on your new computer workstation.
When creating your best work, you need the most responsive technology to handle multiple, CPU-intensive tasks at once. With an Intel® Core X-series processor, you can edit video, render 3D effects, and compose soundtracks simultaneously without compromising workstation performance.
* 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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