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August 06, 2010
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., Aug. 5 -- Rave Computer today unveiled Rave Ignition, a full line of high-performance engineering workstations that are available in Standard, Premium, and Elite configurations. The new systems are designed specifically for engineering professionals operating compute intensive 3D CAD/CAM/CAE applications such as designers, scientists, geophysicists, and media professionals.
The ultra quiet Rave Ignition series features the latest Intel technologies and industry leading graphics options from NVIDIA and ATI. The systems all incorporate an 85 percent efficient power supply, assisting in reduced power consumption while maintaining performance. The custom thermally controlled cooling systems ensure the best possible airflow helping to preserve component life.
"Rave has designed, integrated, and supported high performance workstations for over 20 years," said Rick Darter, CEO and president of Rave Computer. "The Ignition series workstation is simply Rave putting our name on what we do best, building customized computers. We understand what's important to engineering professionals and we're delivering workstation solutions that offer maximum performance, flexibility, and reliability."
Rave Ignition Standard
Outstanding capabilities for 3D CAD
Highly efficient on cost and power consumption, the Rave Ignition Standard is ideal for entry-level 3D CAD and engineering software. This system features Intel's 800-series Core i7 processors delivering quad processor cores, Intel Turbo Boost and HyperThreading.
Rave Ignition Premium
Superior performance for maximum results
Designed for CAD/CAM/CAE users requiring robust capabilities for processing and graphics, the Rave Ignition Premium runs 900 series Core i7 processors from Intel and supports the fastest quad and 6-core processors on the market. For graphic intense 3D modeling and simulation, multiple graphics cards can be connected together to deliver the fastest rendering times possible. The Rave Ignition Premium features the latest Intel 4-core and 6-core processor technology and can process up to 12 threads per clock cycle.
Rave Ignition Elite
Extreme processing power for demanding applications
Ideal for simulation, analysis, and rendering, the Rave Ignition Elite is designed for users running complex multithreaded applications or who require the ability to do heavy multi-tasking without being slowed down. This system features the new Intel Xeon Processor 5600 Series, and dual server-grade processors with up to 12 cores and 24 processor threads for unmatched workstation performance.
Full product specifications and additional information for the Rave Ignition series are available at http://www.rave.com/solutions/engineering-workstation.php.
Custom Configured Solutions
The Rave Ignition series are pre-configured and designed to run CAD/CAM/CAE applications at optimum efficiency. Rave Ignition workstations can also be built to specific requirements, offering alternative choices for processors and options for memory, storage, and graphics.
About Rave Computer
Rave Computer, a privately-held company based in Sterling Heights, Mich., specializes in computer hardware consulting, integration, and support. Rave offers custom configured solutions to OEM's that embed computers, the defense industry, independent software vendors, and commercial customers that require integration services or supply chain management support. Visit www.rave.com for more information, or call 800-966-7283.
Source: Rave Computer
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