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Venom 2400-0T

Boston has released the Venom 2400-0T, the latest addition to the company’s Venom range of high-performance, liquid-cooled workstations.

Based on Supermicro’s X9DAX series motherboard and the next-generation Intel Xeon E5-2600 series processors, the CPUs (up to 150W TDP) have been enhanced with Supermicro’s Hyper-Speed technology in order to achieve application performance improvements of up to 30 per cent while maintaining stability. The processors are able to run at maximum efficiency thanks to liquid CPU cooling technology, with an in-built pump that provides rapid, effective coolant circulation and a quiet computing experience.

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