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28 04, 2021

64 Core EPYC 7763 in a laptop? 2TB ECC RAM? The most powerful NVIDIA GPU available?

Perhaps you read the earlier blog about our 128 core a-X2P "laptop". While it's smaller "64-core laptop" sibling is very portable, the a-X1P Portable Dual EPYC Workstation PC you'd really enjoy more on a hard surface anywhere you need to go. If you caught Tom's Hardware article on our a-X2P Dual EPYC Portable Workstation PC

28 11, 2019

Houdini System Requirements And Benchmarks – GPU Rendering With Houdini – Part III of III

In Houdini Software System Requirements And Benchmarks – Part I we focused first on Houdini performance with the built-in Mantra Renderer using different hardware combinations.  Part II was Houdini Software System Requirements And Benchmarks – Cache Disk and RAM and today is Part III of our 3-part series, Houdini System Requirements And Benchmarks –

20 09, 2019

AMD EPYC 7002 Workstations

128 Core Workstation, Anyone? if you haven't heard, AMD has taken the server class CPU game to a new level, or perhaps more accurately, into a new realm. With the second generation EPYC 7002 CPUs, AMD’s flagship EPYC 7742 offers 64 CPU cores per chip, compared to Intel’s scalable Xeon flagship Intel® Xeon® Platinum

30 08, 2019

Houdini Software System Requirements And Benchmarks – Cache Disk and RAM – Part II of III

Last week we shared Part I of III exploring Houdini Software System Requirements, we looked at how different hardware configurations performed rendering Flip, Grains and Pyro scenes with a focus on Houdini’s built-in render engine Mantra.  Today we present Part II in the series, the role of cache disk and RAM in a Houdini