New Boxx Workstation with Intel Smart Response Technology Outpaces Dell and HP

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Austin, Texas - Boxx Technologies, maker of rendering and high-performance computing systems for product design, visualization, engineering, visual effects, and more, has introduced the 3DBoxx 3970 XTREME for Autodesk Revit, SolidWorks, and other frequency-bound software applications.

The latest addition to the 3DBoxx XTREME workstation line, the 3970 XT features a performance-enhanced, second-generation Intel Core i7 processor, along with Intel Smart Response Technology, which enables quick access to media files and accelerated performance.

"When you specialize in professional-grade workstations, you know that creative pros require the latest innovations in order to work more efficiently and be more productive," says Shoaib Mohammad, Boxx vice president of marketing and business development. "The availability of Intel Smart Response Technology and the latest Intel Core i7 processor provides the 3DBoxx 3970 XTREME with a level of technology and performance you simply can't get from Dell or HP-all at a value price."

Featuring advanced liquid cooling and capable of reaching speeds of up to 4.5GHz, 3DBoxx 3970 XTREME is the industry's fastest single socket solution available for frequency driven applications like Autodesk Revit, as well as other engineering and product design software, like SolidWorks. In addition to the overclocked processor, 3970XT performance is enhanced by the option of Intel Smart Response Technology, whereby the system automatically learns which files users access frequently and copies them from the hard disk drive to the solid state drives. The next time these files are requested, the system loads them from the SSDs rather than the slower hard drive. The result is faster booting, faster application loading, and accelerated performance.



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