At the NAB trade show BOXX unleashed its new Intel Xeon W-3175X equipped workstation, the APEXX W4X. Also on display at NAB 2019 was its new GPU-acceleration focused server, the APEXX W8R which is configurable with up to eight dedicated GPUs and up to a large 1 TB of ECC DDR4 system memory.


The BOXX APEXX X4 is visually identical to the W4X, but features an Intel Xeon W processor

The BOXX APEXX W4X workstation is the latest in a long line of W series workstations with improved productivity in mind. Inside the custom APEXX chassis is the 28-core Intel Xeon W-3175X processor which is overclockable and has a base frequency of 3.1 GHz and a turbo frequency of 4.5 GHz. With this comes a total of 48 PCI lanes which can be used favorable within high-powered workstations that are aimed at content creation, visual modelling work and motion media, The APEXX W4X also comes equipped with up to 512 GB of ECC DDR4-2666 memory, and at NAB 2019, the APEXX W4X was demonstrating the Maxon Cinema 4D modelling application.


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While there is no official product page available for the APEXX W4X on the BOXX website, it is expected that the W4X will be customizable like the rest of its W range currently is.


The BOXX APEXX W8R Server

Also on display at NAB 2019 was the latest server from BOXX, the new APEXX W8R. This server is designed with GPU-accelerated rendering in mind and as a result, can be customized to include up to eight professional dual-width NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards with advanced physics and simulations for VFX artists in mind. At the heart of the APEXX W8R is an 18-core Intel Xeon W processor with the exact model not specified, and can be configured with up to 1 TB of DDR4-2666 ECC memory. BOXX specify that is ideal for professional applications as V-Ray, Redshift, Octane Render and Maxwell.

BOXX produces a number of professionally designed and applied systems with up to 3-years warranty provided; they also offer an extended premium warranty with 24/7 phone support and a next business day onsite repair service. 

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  • PeachNCream - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    The acoustic profile of such a workstation outfitted with that many GPUs may prohibit its use in an office setting as depicted in the marketing materials. Reply
  • niva - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    These are big cases that house many big form fans. I've never heard a Boxx station become loud under load, but that's just been my limited experience from many years ago.

    I really want to get my hands on one of these cases, they seem to be custom made for Boxx.
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  • krazyfrog - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    Was someone having a stroke while naming this thing? Reply
  • futrtrubl - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    Something wrong with "BOXX APEXX W4XX With XXeon W-3175XX"? ;'] Reply
  • milkywayer - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    Seems like that. What a terrible name. My space god. Reply
  • Lord of the Bored - Saturday, April 20, 2019 - link

    I think they were trying to win at Scrabble. Reply
  • HStewart - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    This would be an idea workstation if combine with right screens for professional 3d applications like 3Dmax, Lightwave 3d, Vue and otherss Reply
  • 29a - Thursday, April 18, 2019 - link

    Waiter. Reply
  • alexvoda - Friday, April 19, 2019 - link

    Is that a Firewire 400 port? In 2019? Reply
  • GreenReaper - Friday, April 19, 2019 - link

    There is a small metal divider in the middle. To me it looks like a cute way to stack a couple of USB 2.0 ports not worth mentioning on the spec sheet - or maybe a case lock hole?

    Oddly it does not appear to be in this person's review copy:
    https://techgage.com/article/boxx-apexx-4-overcloc...
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