BOXX APEXX W3 Class Workstation SPECworkstation 3.0.2
SPECworkstation 3 has been updated to 3.0.2, which measures the 3D graphics performance of systems running under the OpenGL and Direct X application programming interfaces. As a result of the new update, we cannot compare between past version 3 results so we will show the screenshot of the results here and graph them in later reviews.
In SPECworkstation 3.0.2 the Intel Xeon W-2295, NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 plus storage options of the BOXX APEXX W3 workstation all combine to give great benchmark results for SPECworkstation 3.0.2.
BOXX APEXX W3 Class Workstation PassMark 9
PassMark Performance Test allows you to benchmark a PC using a variety of different speed tests; it tests the entire PC and all its components.
Passmark 9 was a benchmark that prefers Intel-based processors and NVIDIA graphics cards. We were a bit surprised to see the Xeon W-2295 thoroughly beat the Core i9-10980XE here.
BOXX APEXX W3 Class Workstation PCMark 10
PCMark 10 is another system benchmark that we have not run to date but will start doing so in future reviews.
With PCMark 10, the combination of components used in the BOXX AOEXX W3 reaches the highest score again in this test.
BOXX APEXX W3 Class Workstation Blender Benchmark
The benchmark consists of two parts: a downloadable package which runs Blender and renders on several production files, and the Open Data portal on blender.org, where the results will be (optionally) uploaded.
We’ve built the Blender Benchmark platform with maximum focus on transparency and privacy. We only use free and open-source software (GNU GPL), the testing content is public domain (CC0), and the test results are being shared anonymized as public domain data – free for anyone to download and to process further. This benchmark can be downloaded here.
With Blender Benchmark, the Intel Xeon W-2295 processors lower performance compared to our comparison set, here AMD Threadripper processors reign king with the large number of cores they provide. 18 cores are the lowest for this chart, but the Threadripper 3990X is a chip that costs closer to three times as much so we would expect better performance.
Next, we are going to look at AIDA64 CPU Benchmarks.