Velocity Micro Announces Immediate Availability of Revamped Product Line

New processors from both AMD and Intel represent significant enhancements to Velocity Micro’s product line, according to company.

New processors from both AMD and Intel represent significant enhancements to Velocity Micro’s product line, according to company.

Velocity Micro announces a newly revamped product line including systems powered by AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, AMD Threadripper 33960X and 3970X, and 10th Gen Intel Core X including Core i9-10980XE. Revisions extend across all categories, including workstation systems and high-performance computing. The most notable change is to the flagship Raptor Signature, now powered by AMD after over a decade as an exclusive Intel platform. Shipments begin immediately.

“It’s exciting to see both Intel and AMD using innovation to lead the way for our industry,” says Randy Copeland, president and CEO of Velocity Micro. “Our initial testing of the Ryzen 9 3950X, Threadripper 3, and new Intel Core X options left us extremely impressed.”

Notable product line changes include:

ProMagix HD80A—Velocity Micro’s most popular workstation platform is now powered by AMD Threadripper 3 3960X and 3970X. With up to 32 cores and 64 processing threads, it becomes a suitable platform for content creation rendering engines. Systems start around $3,849.

Raptor Z95—Made for workstation applications, the Raptor Z95 now features 10th Gen Intel Core X processors including the 18 core i9-10980XE. Configurations start around $2599.

All Velocity Micro systems ship from and are supported in Richmond, VA, with no preinstalled bloatware. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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