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Custom Build Workstations

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Workstations are the sharpest tools in the desktop world, purpose-built for everything from professional photo and video editing to scientific analysis, computer-aided design (CAD), and Hollywood-level computer-generated imagery and 3D rendering. These specialized computers are available for nearly any budget, from not much more than a normal desktop to well above the sticker of a sports car. Anyone using extra-tough software (decidedly not something as simple as Microsoft Office) or looking for a highly reliable PC for intensive tasks should consider a workstation over a traditional desktop.

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So, Lets See Which One Will Suit Your Needs?

A workstation computer is a PC designed to accomplish professional tasks. Unlike standard computers, workstations typically have specialized components that are optimized to handle heavy computational or graphical tasks such as professional rendering, video editing, VFX, or scientific calculations.       

Workstation computers tend to be built for very specific purposes, and their internal components will reflect that. Workflows like design, rendering, or content creation using software like AutoCAD, Lumion, Adobe Premiere, or Revit usually benefit from a true workstation vs. a home desktop.

Unlike standard desktop computers, workstations typically support ECC (error correcting) RAM, have advanced storage capabilities like NAS drives, utilize professional grade graphics like Quadro and Radeon Pro, feature pro-grade motherboards, and have the cooling capacity to manage the thermals of these types of components.

The product support and warranties are also much more robust, which is a major factor in driving up the cost of these components. As a tradeoff, these industrial grade parts can and do typically last longer.

The major CPU, and GPU manufacturers offer product lines specifically tailors to workstation tasks.

Workstation Computer Types

Graphical Production: These computers are designed to produce 2D/3D images and animations and render out these creations for presentation. The GPU does the heavy lifting during the rendering process, but CPU speed/core count shouldn’t be ignored as the will shoulder some of the load as well.

Servers: Multi-core CPU based systems, designed in many cases to run indefinitely and handle complex computational tasks, manage many users, store large amounts of data, or render.

Multimedia: The CPU and GPU typically work together in multimedia or production systems to encode, edit, and produce professional audio/video. The more complex the media (more layers, effects, etc), the more hardware intensive.

Modeling: Modeling software like AutoCAD requires professional graphic cards to produce accurate professional models. This is typically CPU based with an emphasis on single threaded performance.

When choosing from one of the above workstation categories, the price you pay includes the component, assembly and support costs!

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Custom Built Computers With Affordable Computer Repair and Service

  • Save yourself time and hassle in trying to choose between the mass-manufactured PCs on the market.

  • You can be assured that your machine has quality stable hardware components and configuration.

  • You won’t be paying for software/hardware that you don’t need or want.

  • Your machine won’t be slowed down by space hungry software that you won’t use.

  • You will be paying for a machine that will speedily do what you want it to do.

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