Xeon Max Data Science Workstation

This Xeon Max Data Science workstation is built around the Xeon Max 9462 with an RTX 4500 ADA 24GB video card.

Description

Xeon Max Data Science Workstation Overview

This Xeon Max Data Science workstation is built around the Xeon Max 9462 with an RTX 4500 ADA 24GB video card. This combination provides a very powerful solution for highly-parallel data computation and high-precision GPU acceleration, while also providing extremely high memory bandwidth.

Xeon Max Data Science Workstation Limitations

This platform is currently limited to 224 threads, 7 PCI-E devices, and 4TB of memory. Please let us know if you need a more robust platform.

Builds In This Set

Threadripper Scientific Computing | Threadripper Pro Scientific Computing | Xeon Scientific Computing

Threadripper Data Science | Threadripper Pro Data Science | Xeon Data Science | Xeon Max Data Science

Small AI Inference | Medium AI Inference | Large AI Inference

Xeon Machine Learning/AI Training

What You Need To Know

2x Xeon Max 9462
(32 core/64 thread, 3.5GHz single-core turbo, 64GB HBM)
RTX 4500 ADA 24GB
(typically faster than an RTX A6000, high VRAM)
1TB DDR5-4800 ECC memory
(max of 16DIMM/4TB)
2TB+4TB Gen4 NVME dual-drive setup
(OS/programs, main)
High-airflow case, 1500W Titanium power supply2x 360mm CPU liquid cooler, extra case fans for proper airflow

Xeon Data Science Workstation

This product is typically slower than Threadripper 7000, though it does shine in memory-heavy workloads

Top Flight Computers is a SolidWorks Certified Solution Partner

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Pricing

This Xeon Max Data Science workstation starts at $32000 as currently designed.

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

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