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Gold 3D Workstation

High Performance PC Workstation for Media & Entertainment applications

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in USA only

SKU: 15099

The Gold 3D Workstation is designed for users that require very powerful processing for large datasets and CPU intensive design and graphics applications like Maya, AutoCAD MEP, 3ds Max and Virtual Reality.

A gigabit network interface allows for very fast data access when handling large models. Advanced NVIDIA graphics supports demanding 3D applications with highly complex data.

    If your specific setup needs a custom configured workstation please call us at 866-362-8970.

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    Gold 3D Workstation is fully customizable to improve your workflow. It is the perfect choice to run with the following software:

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    Product Configuration

    • CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K 8 Core/16Thread 3.6GHz up to 5.0GHz 16MB LGA 1151
    • Memory: 32GB Samsung or Crucial DDR4 DIMM PC-2666
    • Graphics Card: NVIDIA QUADRO RTX4000 8GB GDDR5 PCIE 3.0 VIDEO CARD w/ 3DP
    • Hard Drive: Samsung 970 1TB NVMe PCIe 4x 32 MB/Sec 5 year Warranty
    • Motherboard: ASUS Prime Z390-A LGA1151 (Intel 8th and 9th Gen) DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 USB 3.1
    • Cooling: Corsair Hydro H115i Dual 140mm Fan & Radiator Liquid Cooling System
    • Optical Drive: LG 24x DVD RW +/-
    • Power Supply: Thermaltake Smart 750W ATX V2.3 80 Plus Power Supply
    • Operating System: Windows 10 Pro COA with DVD
    • Case: Corsair/Thermaltake ATX Mid-Tower Case with Side Window Panel
    • Bundled Software: Adobe Reader, Avast Free Anti-virus, and Malwarebytes Free Version
    • Warranty: 3-Years Parts and Labor

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Very Happy

    I had lots of questions.. Very quick and responsive with replies. I too am cross country.. tower arrived well-packaged and protected. I've had the computer since late last May or so and have been extremely pleased. I wanted to wait to write a review until I'd had it for awhile, and then time got away from me. Overall it was a good experience and I would highly recommend both for the hardware and great customer service!

    Challenging Workstation requirements

    Had lots of unusual system requirements, had to run AutoCAD LT, AutoDesk approved graphics card, load large aerial photo files, edit movies with Adobe Premier Elements, support legacy hardware with serial, parallel and IEEE-1394 receptacles, fast CPU, separate fast C: and normal 2TB D: drives, universal card reader, two Blu-ray disk drives and lots of USB 2 and 3 ports. Did not need to be a gaming computer. The operating system had to be Windows 10 Pro. I have Verizon Fios fiber optic internet access so the mother board needed to support high speed internet access. Gave High Speed Computing my requirements with no money limit constraints and let them figure out the best workstation that met my requirements. So it cost a little more than I expected but they used better hardware than I was expecting. Specifically a SSD C: drive larger than expected but at least I will never run out of storage space, a Display Port monitor connection that I didn't know existed, higher wattage power supply with longer Warranty, overclocked the CPU, used a liquid cooled CPU cooler, and a fan cooled graphics card. Thank goodness they did not install the free MS Office 2010 Pro Plus because then I would have to figure out how to uninstall it, I use Libre Office which is FREE.

    Shipped the workstation to me all the way across the USA via FedEx ground insured. It actually arrived a day early on my front stoop. The packaging was wonderful, lots of foam. Visually inspected the interior of the workstation and everything was perfect. Since I am out of state there was no Sales Tax so that was a plus. Saved me a lot of heavy lifting if I had purchased my computer locally.

    Customer Service is great, when I got everything hooked up the display didn't work. Obviously I was having an operator malfunction, so I sent an email for help. I had plugged the monitor into the Display Port receptacle on the mother board which of course didn't work because the video was coming from the graphics card, who k...