“BIG BOSS” Workstation Encloses 7 GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs With 168GB GDDR6X Total Memory, Priced At 29K Euros

The Big Boss is highly likely to handle Crysis and beyond with ease. This ultimate workstation features an impressive GPU setup consisting of seven GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs, each residing in a sleek, single-slot design equipped with its individual water block.

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Not to forget this isn’t a gaming PC, although there’s no barrier to experimenting. Mifcom’s Big Boss workstation series is specifically designed for activities like deep learning, data mining, and 3D rendering. Rather than using costly professional workstation GPUs such as the RTX ADA or Radeon PRO GPUs, the company opted for seven RTX 4090 GPUs. These should offer comparable performance, assuming the software is compatible.

With a combined GDDR6X memory capacity of 168GB, this setup supports running sophisticated generative AI models, although it probably requires numerous optimizations. Notably, the power draw for each RTX 4090 GPU has purposely been limited to 300W. This could clarify the presence of two 8-pin power connectors in the images instead of a 16-pin connector. However, it’s also possible that a distinct GPU model is in use.

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Undoubtedly, even with this power limitation, the seven RTX 4090 cards should deliver ample rendering capabilities when using software like Octane or V-Ray, while also being more cost-effective and operating quietly, as pointed out by ComputerBase.

The system is equipped with the latest and most potent AMD Threadripper currently available on the market, the PRO 5995WX with 64 Zen3 cores. One might question why Mifcom didn’t wait for the Threadripper PRO 7995WX, which is anticipated to feature 96 Zen4 cores. However, it’s clear that by the time this platform is launched, companies like EK will have readied compatible water-cooling solutions, a process that would have consumed a substantial amount of time.

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The Big Boss is outfitted with an Asus Pro WS WRX80E-SAGE SE WIFI II motherboard, accompanied by 128GB of DDR4-3200 memory. Notably, the graphics memory outweighs the system memory in this instance. In the power department, the system is equipped with dual 2000W power supplies.

The system is currently available for direct purchase from the Mifcom website, priced at 28,999 EUR. The preparation process is estimated to take around 2 to 3 weeks.

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Via ComputerBase