- News tagged "workstation"
Wednesday, 16 Nov 2016
HP has announced the Z2 Mini G3, a tiny workstation PC powered by an NVIDIA Quadro M260 2GB GPU and Intel Xeon E3 CPU. If you're looking for a compact PC for professional graphics work, this might be it.
Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016
MSI has announced that its upcoming MSI X99A Workstation motherboard has passed the NVIDIA Quadro SLI certification. More Intel X99 and Z170 boards are expected to be certified in the coming weeks as well.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Intel buffed up their existing Xeon E3-1500 v5 processors with more powerful Iris Pro graphics and eDRAM memory on-package to bring about a big boost in professional graphics capabilities in the data center and visual cloud environments.
Friday, 27 May 2016
The HP ZBook Studio is a portable and slim workstation that still manages to pack an Intel Xeon processor and NVIDIA Quadro graphics under the hood.
Friday, 8 Apr 2016
MSI’s WT72 is the world’s first VR Ready mobile workstation to deliver professional VR experiences anywhere
MSI and NVIDIA collaborated to bring about the world’s first professional mobile VR workstation – the MSI WT72. Equipped with the newest and fastest workstation GPU, the Quadro M5500, this notebook can deliver professional VR experience just about anywhere. More details inside.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2016
Gigabyte has announced that its X170 Extreme ECC workstation motherboard is the world's first Intel C236 board to officially support Thunderbolt 3.
Friday, 8 Jan 2016
Besides the eye tracking gaming notebook, the GT72 Dominator Pro Tobii, there were other MSI notebooks showcased at CES 2016. Click here for more details!
Monday, 3 Aug 2015
ASUS and EVGA have announced two new micro-ATX X99 motherboards which feature three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots each and boast an array of storage connectivity options.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2015
Overclocking your office PC might not be advisable but not for BOXX Technologies as they launch their series of such workstations. Read on to find out their details!
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015
HP has just revealed that there's a new Omen in town, the Omen Pro. What sets the Pro version apart from the regular Omen though?