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  • Review: BOXX Apexx 4 Performance Edition Workstation - powerhouse desk-side machine with liquid-cooled, overclocked, Intel Haswell Core i7 processor, top-end single-socket CPU, GPU, high-performance memory, box comes stuffed with virtually every cable but lacks in tool-less design, priced at $7,457, Alex Herrera, Graphic Speak, June 10, 2015
  • Advancing Specialized Workstation Development - BOXX Technologies relies on SOLIDWORKS Premium design software to more efficiently, cost-effectively develop its top-performing workstations, rendering systems, Desktop Engineering, June 1, 2015
  • BOXX Delivers Overclocked 8 Core Workstations - APEXX 2 3402, APEXX 4 7402 workstations are suitable for both single-threaded, multi-threaded tasks like 3D modeling, animation, rendering, simulation; both workstations are liquid-cooled, feature variety of storage options, Greg Corke, DEVELOP 3D, May 27, 2015
  • BOXX APEXX 2 2401 - overclocked, purpose-built system, well-balanced machine, lacks secondary storage drive beyond 240 GB SSD, but excellent support, warranty policies justify price tag, base price starts at $2,937, JV Bolkan, Cadalyst, Apr 2, 2015
  • BOXX APEXX 2 Review: Peak Performer - Intel Core i7-4790K CPU, 16GB DDR3 memory, NVIDIA Quadro K5200 card, delivers excellent performance at very reasonable price, perfect for CAD, 3D modeling apps, base price is $2,937, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, Apr 1, 2015
  • We Configured a Powerhouse Workstation from BOXX for Multi-CAD and Rendering - APEXX 4 Model 7901 with dual Xeon E5-2687W v3 processors is best mix of frequency, NVIDIA Quadro K2200 handles almost all requirements of CAD software, at least 16-32 GB of RAM is recommended, Andrew Wheeler, ENGINEERING.com, Jan 23, 2015
  • HP's Z230: The Workstation Market Leader's Entry-Class Deskside - comparison with Lenovo E32SFF, BOXX 4150 XT workstations; substantial differences in GPU, memory were differentiating facor, Alex Herrera, Graphic Speak, Feb 4, 2014
  • An Optimized Single-Socket Solution - 3DBOXX 4150 XTREME has Intel Core i7-4770K quad-core CPU, ASUS motherboard, NVIDIA Quadro K600 graphics card, 4GB of RAM, provides optimized solution for CAD/CAM, other engineering apps, available at base price of $2,800, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, Nov 1, 2013
  • BOXX 4150xt Compact Tower Review - heftily built, 3DBOXX 4150XT workstation comes with 16 GB memory, 240GB SSD storage, NVIDIA Quadro K2000 video card, 12 USB connections, expandability features, supports Solid Edge, costs $3715, Matt Lombard, Siemens PLM Software Community, Oct 3, 2013
  • Capturing the Workstation Speed Crown - 3DBOXX 8980 XTREME is fastest, most expensive workstation tested, $10,029 base price, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, July 1, 2013
  • 3DBOXX 8920 Put to the Test - Dual Xeon E5-2687W processors, NVIDIA Quadro 2000 graphics card, 128GB DDR3-1600 REG ECC RAM, super computer at price tag of $17,000, highly praised by Bill Debevc & Lonnie Cumpton, AUGI Library, Jan 17, 2013
  • BOXX Technologies Ships Extravagant Graphics Workstation - 3DBOXX 8950 workstation has 4 dual-size GPUs, extreme NVIDIA graphics, supports DDR3 1600 MHz registered ECC memory, Randall Newton, Graphic Speak, Jan 4, 2013
  • BOXX Revit Workstation - 3DBOXX 4920 XTREME workstation has i7 6 core processor, 32GB DDR3 1600, 180GB & SSD SATA 6Gb/s, performance outweighs price in long run, Michael Anonuevo, Club Revit, Oct 17, 2012
  • Product Review: BOXX 3970 Extreme - combination of Intel i7 quad core enhanced performance processor, 6Gbps SSD, 16GB DDR3 2133 RAM gives impressive performance, Lonnie Cumpton, AUGI Library, Aug 11, 2012
  • Review: The BOXX 4920 Xtreme Workstation - Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme hex-core, over-clocked, liquid-cooled CPU, ultra-high end NVIDIA Quadro 5000 GPU, PCI Express-resident 240 GB SSD, offers high performance for CAD, DCC apps, Alex Herrera, Graphic Speak, Apr 17, 2012
  • 3DBOXX 3970 XTREME - powerful workstation with 20GB solid-state drive, 8 USB 2.0 ports, 4 USB 3.0 ports, 20X DVD+/-RW writer with dual-layer support, offers terrific performance, highly praised by Art Liddle, Cadalyst, Mar 1, 2012
  • Hardware Review: 3DBOXX 3970 XTREME Workstation - Intel i7 quad core CPU, 20 GB cache SSD, NVIDIA Quadro 4000 video card with 2GB memory, offers impressive design, build quality with high levels of performance, Jeff Rowe, MCADCafe, Jan 23, 2012
  • Smart and Fast - 3DBOXX 3970 XTREME workstation has Intel Core i7-2600K quad-core CPU with built-in HD Graphics 2000, ASUSTek P8Z68-V Pro motherboard, offers incredible performance at suitable price, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, Jan 1, 2012
  • The 3DBOXX 8550 XTREME - over-clocked Intel Xeon W5680 6 core CPUs, liquid cooled, quiet fans, 7 PCIe slots, absolute fastest performance, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, May 1, 2011
  • Boston 3DBOXX 8550 Xtreme Workstation Reviewed - extraordinary unit with strength to push things to next level, can be upgraded in many ways beyond original build, delivers fast output, Dirk Skuan, TechEYE.net, Feb 21, 2011
  • 3D BOXX 4860 Extreme - fastest graphics ever tested, 6 core Intel i7 processor, high-definition audio, excellent CPU, I/O performance, over $6k, David Cohn, Desktop Engineering, Jan 1, 2011
  • Punch Up Your CAD Power - New Athlon, Pentium Systems Pay Off with Performance - a look at the latest CAD workstations, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst Management, March 1, 2005
  • Workstations Fall in Line - reviews of Pentium 4-based workstations from BOXX, HP, IBM and Polywell, and @Xi's 64-bit AMD workstation, Peter K. Sheerin, CADENCE, October 2003
  • 8 Great CAD Workstations - stylish and powerful are these CAD-friendly systems from Boxx, HP, IBM, Polywell, Samsung, SYS Technologies and Tri CAD/CAM, Ron LaFon, Cadalyst, March 2003
  • The Highs and Lows of Workstations - reviews of 11 low-end and high-end workstations from BOXX, Compaq, Dell, Polywell, TriStar and Xi, Peter K. Sheerin, CADENCE, October 2002
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