Origin PC announced the availability of its S-Class, M-Class, and L-Class desktop workstations. These systems are fully customizable and can be configured with the latest Intel Xeon processors and/or Nvidia Quadro workstation cards. Also available are Origin PC’s NT-Class, NS-Class, and ND-Class workstation notebooks.
It's as if “S, M, and L” stand for “Small, Medium, and Large.” The S-Class desktops will use small form factor cases and motherboards of your choosing, making them ideal for small workspaces. M-Class systems can be configured with mid-tower cases, expanding the amount of graphics cards and memory available--they support to two graphics cards and 64GB RAM. The L-Class, as you might’ve guessed, uses full-tower cases and supports up to dual Intel Xeon processors, up to four GPUs, and up to 128GB of memory. All S-Class, M-Class, and L-Class workstations will feature Origin PC’s Frostbyte liquid cooling solutions.
|Processor||Next Generation Intel Xeon up to 22 physical cores and 44 threads||Next Generation Intel Xeon with 22 physical cores and 44 threads||Up to Dual Next Generation Intel Xeon with 22 physical cores and 44 threads|
|Graphics||Up to 16GB PNY Nvidia Quadro GP100 GPU or 12GB Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan XP GPU||Up to 2 PNY Nvidia Quadro GP100 GPUs or Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan XP GPUs||Up to 4 PNY Nvidia Quadro GP100 GPUs or Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan XP GPUs|
|Memory||Up to 32GB 2400MHz ECC Registered Memory or 32GB 2666MHz Quad Channel Memory||Up to 64GB 2400MHz ECC Registered Memory or 64GB 2666MHz Quad Channel Memory||Up to 128GB 2400MHz ECC Registered Memory or 128GB 2666MHz Quad Channel Memory|
|Cooling||Origin Frostbyte Maintenance Free Liquid Cooling System||Origin Frostbyte Maintenance Free Liquid Cooling System||Origin Frostbyte Maintenance Free Liquid Cooling System|
|Storage||Up to 6 Storage Drives||Up to 7 Storage Drives||Up to 14 Storage Drives|
|Price||Starting at $1,189||Starting at $1,159||Starting at $1,489|
Origin PC’s workstation notebooks feature classes ranging from thin-and-lights to dual-graphics behemoths.
The NT-Class is the thin-and-light in question, and it will feature an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of DDR4 memory, and a GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, all in a 0.69-inch thick chassis. The NS-Class covers most workstation users’ needs: It can be configured with up to a UHD (3840x2160) display with G-Sync, a desktop Core i7-7700K, 64GB of memory, and a GTX 1080 GPU. The ND-Class can be configured similarly to the NS-Class, but with the inclusion of up to an additional GTX 1080 GPU to run in SLI. These, as well as the previously mentioned desktops, will feature Origin PC’s 24/7 lifetime support.
|Display||15.6-inch FHD (1920x1080) IPS Anti-Glare Display||Up to 17.3-inch QFHD (3840x2160) IPS G-Sync Matte Display||Up to 17.3-inch QFHD (3840x2160) IPS G-Sync Matte Display|
|Processor||Next Generation Intel Core i7 Processor||Up to Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor||Up to Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor|
|Graphics||Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060||Up To Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080||Up to Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080|
|Memory||16GB DDR4-2400MHz||Up to 64GB DDR4-2400MHz||Up to 64GB DDR4-2400MHz|
|Storage||-256GB M.2 SSD-1TB Storage Drive||Up to 4 Storage Drive options with M.2 SSD RAID support||Up to 4 Storage Drive options with M.2 SSD RAID support|
|Price||Starting at $2,150||Starting at $1,039||$2,336|