Systemax’s new spacious server quality case will house the Endeavor systems. The new case offers Hot Swap Hard Drive bays, which allow workstation users to pull out and replace hard drives without opening the case. Additionally, professionals will have the option of customizing the workstations with up to with a 4GB of Fully Buffered DDR2-667 RAM, and can chose between NVidia Quardro and ATI Fire GL video cards. Both models will also feature a 20X DVD±RW dual layer drive, Microsoft Windows XP Professional 32-Bit and a 750-watt SLI Certified power supply. Professionals can upgrade to the $2,299 SKU for a 15K SAS hard drive solution, an important feature for users trying to access and retrieve the large files associated with workstations.
"We feel the best way to meet the specialized needs of creative professionals is to offer high levels of customization and superior components," said Scott Strunk Director of PC Marketing for Systemax PC. "The Endeavor systems will be fine tuned to meet the high demands of computer aided design, video and audio production, and graphic design."
"The energy efficient performance of the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series helps the new Systemax Endeavor systems to unleash new levels of productivity and creativity for customers in the professional workstation segment" said Boyd Davis, general manager, Intel Server Platforms Group Marketing
The new Endeavor line of workstations is available at www.systemaxpc.com in two SKU’s ranging in base price from $2,199 to $2,299.