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Dell Positions Petite Workstation as Perfect Fit for Pandemic-Squeezed Workspaces Article
Dell Positions Petite Workstation as Perfect Fit for Pandemic-Squeezed Workspaces   25 Aug, 2020

With a starting price just under $600, the Dell Precision 3240 Compact aims to limit consumption of budget dollars as well as desktop space.More>>

Workstation CPU Cores and Clocks: An Inconvenient Tradeoff Article
Workstation CPU Cores and Clocks: An Inconvenient Tradeoff   20 Aug, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: The inverse relationship between core count and frequency presents a tricky tradeoff to navigate when choosing a CAD workstation CPU.More>>

Lenovo, AMD Partner to Introduce the First Ryzen Threadripper PRO Workstation Article
Lenovo, AMD Partner to Introduce the First Ryzen Threadripper PRO Workstation   17 Jul, 2020

Based on AMD’s new workstation-specific Threadripper PRO processor, the ThinkStation P620 is a high-core-count, single-socket platform that promises performance for multithreaded and lightly threaded workloads alike.More>>

Chiplet Architectures Emerge as One Arrow in Industry Quiver of Technologies Extending Compute Performance Article
Chiplet Architectures Emerge as One Arrow in Industry Quiver of Technologies Extending Compute Performance   16 Jul, 2020

As the trend described by Moore’s Law approaches its inevitable end, CAD users and other compute-hungry professionals need the industry to find ways to deliver generation-to-generation improvements in performance.More>>

Can 1-to-1 Remote Workstations Provide the Same Performance as Local Machines? Article
Can 1-to-1 Remote Workstations Provide the Same Performance as Local Machines?    4 Jun, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: Are you concerned about latency with a remote computing solution? You’ll want to evaluate whether response time and image quality meet your expectations or are noticeable enough to be an issue.More>>