MAINGEAR Pro WS Workstations Bring Big Power to 3D Professionals

By on May 21st, 2020 in Hardware

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The MAINGEAR Pro WS workstation [Source: SolidSmack]

Designers, artists, and 3D professionals across different industries know there’s nothing better than a powerful computer that cuts through your processes like warm butter.

Whether it’s 3D CAD, animation, video production, or complex simulations, a computer with hardware and software tailored to the work you do makes work life that much better. And that’s MAINGEAR’s focus.

The MAINGEAR Pro WS workstation [Source: SolidSmack]

This week, they announced its newest high-performance computer build, the Pro WS Workstation – a desktop tower that comes in either pre-configured or customizable flavors allowing you to optimize your rig for your software needs.

The MAINGEAR Pro WS workstation [Source: SolidSmack]

CPU options abound and bring huge power with Intel Core i9 8-core and 18-core options or AMD Ryzen 16-core or Threadripper 64-core options. Graphics cards include options for up to 4x NVIDIA Titan RTX or NVIDIA Quadro RTX, or 4x AMD Radeon or Radeon Pro GPUs.

The MAINGEAR Pro WS workstation [Source: SolidSmack]

Other options include up to 256GB of internal memory and 72TB of storage space on either m.2 or HDD configurations. There are both air-cooled and closed/open loop liquid cooling options and yes, they can even apply your logo or custom graphic to the side.

The MAINGEAR Pro WS workstation [Source: SolidSmack]

The customization options and ability to pick through them on the Maingear website is laid out well, but if you want a pre-configured system for certain applications, they have those available too. MAINGEAR has worked with application developers and currently has Pro WS workstations available for KeyShot, Adobe Creative Cloud apps Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere, and DaVinci Resolve.

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