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Mini Workstation - 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, H510 Chipset, Compact Workstation PC

Intel H510 Mini Workstation PC

11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, H510 Chipset, Compact Workstation PC

Processors: Intel 11th Gen Core
Chipset: Intel H510
Graphics Cards: Support 1
Memory: Up to 64GB
Mini Workstation - 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, B660 Chipset, Entry Level Education Workstation PC

Intel B660 Education Workstation PC

12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, B660 Chipset, Entry Level Education Workstation PC

Processors: Intel 12th Gen Core
Chipset: Intel B660
Graphics Cards: Support 1
Memory: Up to 128GB
Mini Workstation - AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750G processor, A520 Chipset, Entry Level Education Workstation PC

AMD A520 Education Workstation PC

AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750G processor, A520 Chipset, Entry Level Education Workstation PC

Processors: 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Pro
Chipset: AMD A520
Graphics Cards: Support 1
Memory: Up to 64GB
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Workstation PC - 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, H510 Chipset, Entry Level Tower Workstation PC

Intel H510 Tower Workstation PC

11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, H510 Chipset, Entry Level Tower Workstation PC

Processors: Intel 11th Gen Core
Chipset: Intel H510
Graphics Cards: Support 1
Memory: Up to 64GB
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Workstation PC?

A workstation is a computer geared toward the usage of professional applications. Higher-end workstation computers often feature processors with 12 or even more CPU cores and a Quadro or Radeon Pro Graphics (or even a gaming card).

What is the Difference Between a PC and a Workstation?

Sometimes the difference between a typical PC and a workstation can be indiscernible. However, workstations are often set apart by higher-end CPUs or GPUs; or even specialty components like raid cards, capture cards, specialized sound cards, and more.

What is Considered a Workstation?

Workstations often can share a lot with an average desktop or gaming desktop depending on the intended use case. Still, sometimes the intended purpose can significantly affect the hardware. Some unique features that would firmly place a system into the workstation definition would be ample storage, a professional series graphics card, a high core count CPU, and increased memory.

What Can a Workstation Computer Be Used For?

Some popular workstation applications include Maya, Redshift, Autodesk, Adobe Premier, and Vegas. The list is endless as countless industries use workstation computes in Game production, Video creation, equipment manufacturing, complex simulations, and more.

What is the Most Important Workstation PC Component?

It's essential to plan what application(s) your system will use. Some complex simulation applications rely heavily on the CPU, but a video card may not matter, or you may need a great video card for 3D rendering. The answer to what is most important is highly variable in a workstation, but our sales team can help if needed.

Which is the Best Workstation?

For some indication as to which PC is best, most professional applications will have recommended specifications. You can take the most vital recommendations from each application you intend to use and combine them to determine the best system for you.