Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation

This Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation is built around the Xeon W7-3465X with an RTX 4500 ADA 24GB video card.

Description

Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation Overview

This Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation is built around the Xeo​n​ W7-3465X with an RTX 4500 ADA 24GB video card. This combination provides a very powerful overall solution for LIDAR processing and point cloud registration/processing.

This 3D laser scanning workstation is designed for use in applications such as Trimble Business Center, DJI Terra, Faro Connect, Faro Scene, Leica Register360, Leica Cyclone 3DR, Leica CloudWorx, Leica Real Works, LP360, Artec Studio, and Polyworks Inspector. If you need more than 24GB of VRAM, or your application use benefits from a Pro GPU driver, we recommend the RTX 5000 ADA 32GB or RTX 6000 ADA 48GB.

This workstation also excels at photogrammetry in Metashape, Meshroom, Trimble Business Center, Pix4D, Reality Capture, Colmap, ContextCapture, and ReCap Pro. It also tends to work very well in most CAD programs.

Due to the design of the CPU, quality of the memory controller, and the ability to gain a significant performance boost from overclocking with closed-loop liquid cooling, we recommend the Xeon platform for LIDAR processing when you need more than 192GB of RAM for your laser scanning workstation build. Modern Xeon W can be heavily overclocked, often being able to set the single-core turbo to all-core turbo (regardless of core count). This does greatly increase the power draw and heat output, but the Xeon-spec 360mm liquid cooler is more than capable of handling it.

This build can be adapted from the current 4U rack to a 5U rack to accommodate a larger Geforce GPU (currently uses a smaller Pro GPU that costs more). This 5U rack costs about $350 more, including rails.

768GB of RAM is the highest we can go on Xeon, without resorting to EXTREMELY expensive 128GB or 256GB DIMMs.

Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation Limitations

This laser scanning rack workstation is currently limited to 112 threads, 7 PCI-E devices, and 2TB of memory. Please let us know if you need a more robust platform.

Builds In This Set

i9 Laser Scanning | Xeon Light Laser Scanning | Xeon Regular Laser Scanning | Xeon Extreme Laser Scanning | Xeon Ultimate Laser Scanning | Xeon Max Laser Scanning

What You Need To Know

Xeon W7-3465X
(28 core/56 thread, 4.8 GHz single-core turbo)
RTX 4500 ADA 24GB
(decent compute, high VRAM, directed heat removal)
256GB DDR5-5600 ECC memory
(max of 8DIMM/2TB)
2TB+4TB Gen4 NVME dual-drive setup
(OS/programs, main)
High-airflow rack (rails included), 1200W Platinum power supply360mm CPU liquid cooler

Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation

This product is typically faster than Threadripper 7000 in memory-heavy workloads such as scan processing, simulation, and HPC.

Top Flight Computers is a SolidWorks Certified Solution Partner

See some of our customer build videos and live streams on our YouTube channel!

Pricing

This Xeon Regular Laser Scanning Rack Workstation is $13450 as currently designed, and includes a 1 year extended warranty.

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.

B2B financing is available up to 60 months, $5000 minimum spend.

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