Workstations for Scientific Computing

At Puget Systems, we do a LOT of testing. We believe that computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done, and not be a hindrance. To do that, they need to be the right hardware for the job.

When it comes to workstations for scientific computing, that first means understanding the unique demands of computationally intensive algorithms. Thankfully we have an expert in this field on staff: Dr. Don Kinghorn. He spends a lot of time testing out the capabilities of new computer hardware, writing informational posts in his HPC Blog, and assisting our consulting team with customer questions. He has helped tailor the science workstation configurations below for various aspects of research and data processing using high performance processors, multiple GPUs, or a mix of both.

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Ryzen

Mainstream CPUs
8 to 16 cores
Up to 128GB of RAM

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Threadripper

Workstation CPUs
16 to 64 cores
Up to 512GB of RAM

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Core

Mainstream CPUs
12 to 16 cores
Up to 128GB of RAM

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Xeon

Workstation CPUs
24 to 32 cores
Up to 1TB of RAM

Stack of rackmount computer chassis

Rackmount

Various CPUs
Up to 4 GPUs
4U Chassis