i9 Visual Effects Workstation

This i9 Visual Effects workstation is built around the i9-13900K with an RTX 4090 24GB video card.


i9 Visual Effects Workstation Overview

This i9 Visual Effects workstation is built around the i9-13900K with an RTX 4090 24GB video card. This combination provides a very powerful overall solution.

This workstation is designed for use in applications such as 3DS Max, Maya, Blender, Cinema4D, Houdini, and ZBrush. If your application benefits from a Pro GPU driver, we recommend the RTX 5000 ADA 32GB or RTX 6000 ADA 48GB.

i9 Visual Effects Workstation Limitations

This platform is currently limited to 32 threads, 1 GPU, and 192GB of memory. 2-GPU setups are available, though they do require the use of a high-end motherboard. Please let us know if you need a more robust platform.

Builds In This Set

i9 Visual Effects | Threadripper Visual Effects | Threadripper Pro Visual Effects

i9 CPU Render | Threadripper CPU Render | Threadripper Pro CPU Render

i7 1-GPU Render | Threadripper 2-GPU Render | Threadripper Pro 2-GPU Render

Threadripper 4-GPU Render | Threadripper Pro 4-GPU Render

Threadripper Pro 7000 7-GPU Render

What You Need To Know

(24 core/32 thread, 5.8 GHz single-core turbo)
RTX 4090 24GB
(max GPU render power, very high VRAM)
128GB DDR5-6000 memory
(max of 4DIMM/192GB)
1TB+2TB Gen4 NVME dual-drive setup
(OS/programs, main)
High-airflow case, 1200W Platinum power supply360mm CPU liquid cooler, extra case fans for proper airflow

i9 AEC Workstation

Top Flight Computers is a SolidWorks Certified Solution Partner

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This i9 Visual Effects workstation starts at $6150 as currently designed.

Online pricing defaults to credit card payment (ACH and check are available), possible sales tax and shipping cost is extra.

Please contact us if you found one of our previous builds that you think would suit your needs well.

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