Build 226 – Saber Tooth Scanner: Laser Scanning Workstation

Saber Tooth Scanner is a laser scanning workstation, designed around a 36-core Xeon w9-3​475X processor and twin RTX 6000 ADA 48GB video cards.

Description

Saber Tooth Scanner is a laser scanning workstation, designed around a 36-core Xeon w9-3​475X processor and twin RTX 6000 ADA 48GB video cards.

General System Design

This build is designed around a 36-core Xeon w9-3​475X processor and twin RTX 6000 ADA 48GB video cards.

Software Workload/Customer Need

This customer needed a set of 6 powerful new workstations to handle their growing professional workload that would last a long time.

This build was designed for processing large reality capture files in FARO scene and rendering animations and massive model assemblies in Autodesk products.

This build was purchased as a set of Tryscannosaurus Rex, Mascanodon, Triscanatops, Saber Tooth Scanner, Pterodascanyl, and Dragonscanzord.

This customer has also purchased Super Tower of PowerDEVR 1, and Accelerated Design.

System Spec

Processor (CPU): Intel Xeon w9-3​4​75X

CPU Cooler: Enermax Liqtech II TR4/Xeon 360

Motherboard: Asus Pro WS W790E-SAGE SE

Memory: Kingston ​​8x64GB D​D​R5​-480​​0 ​ECC

Storage (NVME): Kingston KC3000 4TB

Storage (NVME): 2x Kingston KC3000 4TB RAID0

Storage (SSD): 4x Kingston DC500M 4TB RAID0

Video Card (GPU): 2x Nvidia RTX 6000 ADA 48GB

Power Supply (PSU): be quiet! Dark Power Pro 13 1600W

Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro 2 Black

Fans: 10x Phanteks PH-F120T30

OS: Windows 11 Pro for Workstations

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Design Rationale

  • The Xeon w9-3​4​75X gave the customer a great amount of single-core performance for lightly-threaded loads, and multicore performance for heavily-threaded tasks.
  • To ensure the CPU runs at full speed, liquid cooling with a 360mm liquid cooler is recommended.
  • The customer wanted a stable motherboard with room for 8 RAM slots and 2 dual-slot GPUs. Onboard 10G networking was a plus.
  • The customer requested 512GB  of RAM, so we needed to use 8x64GB DDR5-4800 ECC. This allows the user to load very large scans into RAM, and go up to 2TB RAM.
  • The customer wanted a triple-layer storage setup; 4TB NVME RAID0 for OS/programs, 2x4TB NVME RAID0 for main storage, and 4x4TB SSD RAID0 for backup storage.
  • The customer requested twin RTX 6000 ADA 48GB video cards.
  • The customer requested a 1600W power supply.
  • We used our bigger full-tower case to fit the build.
  • We used our highest-end fans to ensure proper airflow and static pressure.

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