System 76 Unleashes World's Smallest Quad-GPU Workstation


System 76 is now selling the Thelio Mega, quad-GPU workstation for deep learning and scientific computing.

System 76 is one of the most innovative open source hardware companies on the market, and their Thelio desktop has been turning heads since it was first released back in 2018. But recently, the Colorado company announced a new iteration of the Thelio, geared specifically for deep learning and scientific computing.

That new beast of a workstation is the Thelio Mega, which includes an AMD 3rd gen Ryzen Threadripper CPU and can handle up to:

  • 256 GB Quad Channel DDR4 @ 3200 MHz
  • 88 TB, 4 × M.2 PCIe Gen4 NVMe and 2.5′′ SATA drives

The Thelio Mega also includes 7 USB 3.2 gen 2 Type-A ports, 1 USB 3.2 Type-C, 2 RJ-45 LAN ports, 5 audio jacks, built-in Intel® Wireless-AC (a/b/g/n/ac/ax), and Bluetooth 5.0

To accommodate such power, System 76 had to put serious work into the cooling system. According to their PR team, “The advanced thermal system alone took countless iterations to perfect, ensuring that Mega’s top-line components work at continual peak efficiency.”

The Thelio Mega ships with Pop!_OS 20.04 and starts at $7499.00. For more information on the Thelio Mega, visit the System 76 Thelio page.


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