Hardware

p>Image AMD has transformed Threadripper from a cost-effective multi-core CPU, to one with leading performance. Greg Corke reviews this impressive workstation for rendering

Image BOXX is one of the first to offer the new 16-core AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, delivering impressive performance for rendering with no compromise for CAD

Image Re-engineered cooling system brings Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 to Dell’s mainstream 15-mobile workstation

Image The Radeon Pro W5700 marks a solid, if not standout debut for AMD’s new 7nm ‘Navi’ RDNA architecture, writes Greg Corke

Image Low-profile Radeon Pro WX 3200 graphics card designed for small form factor workstations

Image Lenovo's new ThinkPad P53 delivers the kind of 3D performance never seen before in a 15.6” mobile workstation

Image AMD's new CPU has a phenomenal 32 cores running at a high frequency (GHz). We explore how 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper can transform design viz

Image With so many powerful new technologies coming online, choosing a workstation for design and engineering is no longer the straightforward decision it used to be.

Image This slimline 15-inch mobile workstation breaks all the rules by putting the powerful ‘VR Ready’ Quadro P4000 GPU at its heart, writes Greg Corke

Image Greg Corke gives a rundown of the key things to look out for in a pro 3D laptop

Image With powerful processors, impressive cooling, good serviceability and excellent build quality, this 17” mobile workstation is hard to beat for taking CAD, viz and VR on the road

Image With dual 32-core AMD Epyc CPUs, this beast of a machine from Boston offers an incredible proposition for rendering – but at the expense of single-threaded performance

Image This dual Intel Xeon Gold workstation is not only phenomenally fast at ray trace rendering, but also delivers the goods in single-threaded workflows

Image Greg Corke looks at what AMD’s Vega GPU architecture brings to CAD, VR, viz and GPU rendering workflows

Image Workstation Specialists brings together the AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPU and AMD Radeon Vega GPU to deliver a powerful workstation for CAD, viz and VR

Image With an overclocked six core ‘Coffee Lake’ Core i7 CPU and a well engineered compact chassis, this is an impressive CAD workstation but it does come at a premium

Image Greg Corke goes back to basics with some general advice for those looking to buy a workstation for Architecture, Engineering and Construction

Image HP’s new detachable 2-in-1 combines Wacom-grade digital pen technology with a Quadro GPU optimised for 3D CAD to deliver a new type of mobile workstation

Image This compact workstation not only delivers the goods for 3D CAD but with a powerful GPU, architects and engineers can also take their designs into VR

Image HP’s micro machine is great for bread and butter 3D CAD but buyers need to be confident that workflows won’t change