VANCOUVER — Boxx Technologies (www.boxx.com) has introduced Apexx T3, a new workstation featuring the 32-core/64 thread 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor. AMD’s highest performing desktop processor ever, 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors are built on the Zen+ architecture, offering significant performance increases over the previous generation. Boxx is one of the first workstation manufacturers to ship systems equipped with the powerful new processor.
“The new 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors provide a more powerful platform for the APEXX T3,” says John C. Morris, senior director and general manager, Workstation Business, Computing and Graphics Business Group, AMD. “The increase in processing cores and innovative features found in 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper processors will empower VFX artists, animators, and motion media editors to create, render, and multitask faster than ever before.”
Whether rendering complex 3D scenes, encoding, or powering simulation and analysis, the 32-core 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper enables Apexx T3 users to simultaneously multitask without sacrificing efficiency or performance. Equipped with sixty-four PCIe Gen 3.0 lanes, quad channel DDR4 memory, and simultaneous multithreading (SMT), 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper, with a boost GHz of 4.2 and support for 64 processing threads, provides Apexx T3 with unprecedented, multi-processing power for demanding 3D content creation workflows.
The Boxx workstation also includes up to three, professional-grade AMD Radeon Pro or Nvidia graphics cards, multiple hard drive options, and up to 128GB of system memory. Highly configurable, Apexx T3 delivers outstanding support for multi-threaded applications like Autodesk 3ds Max, Maya, Adobe CC, DaVinci Resolve, Cinema 4D, and V-Ray.
“One of our most versatile and blazing fast workstations just got faster,” says Boxx VP of marketing, Bill Leasure. “By offering the new 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper, we’re doubling the CPU processing power of the previous Apexx T3 model. This will enable digital content creators to work more efficiently, enjoy time for more iterations, and ultimately beat those critical post production deadlines.”