• Tensor

Tensor

Tensor is a powered by dual NVidia RTX 3090 having the latest Threadripper 3 3960X designed for leading-edge AI development. This machine has flexibility to add another GPU and can support upto 128 Gigs of RAM

Build Specs

  • Platform

    Intel

  • CPU

    Core i9 - 10980XE upto 4.8GHz

  • motherboard

    Asus - X299 Sage II

  • cpu cooler

    Noctua - NH D15 Chromax Black

  • GPU

    SLI - Zotac RTX 3090 Trinity OC (2 nos.)

  • SMPS

    Coolermaster - M2000 Platinium

  • RAM

    32x4 - Gskill Ripjaws 128GB 3200

  • CASE

    Fractal Design - Define 7 XL Solid

  • hard disk storage file device

    Storage 1

    WD - Blue 1 TB SN 570 M.2 Nvme

  • hard disk storage file device

    Storage 2

    WD - Blue 4TB 5400RPM

  • Wifi Card

    None - None

  • a1

    wattage

    999 Watts

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  • Inbuilt WiFi
  • Inbuilt Bluetooth
  • Lighting Control
  • Fan Control
  • External WiFi Card
dimensions and weight
560mm x 236mm x 510mm (LxWxH)
Weighs up to approx. 20Kg
Front and Rear connectivity
8 x USB 3.1 Gen1 Rear
1 x Type C Rear
3 x USB 3.1 Gen2 Rear
8 x USB 2.0 Gen1 Rear
3.5mm Headphone + Mic ports
Storage options
2 x 3.5" Drive bays
1 x 2.5" Drive bays
1 x M.2 PCIe
Memory options
Up to 128GB DDR4 4133MHz

Performance and Scalability benchmarks

  • Dual RTX 2080ti Workstation
  • 8704 Cuda Cores
  • Pre-Installed TensorFlow, Pytorch, Caffe2
  • Built for Deep Learning
  • Liquid Cooled CPU
  • Impeccable Cable Management
  • Linux 18.04 LTS

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