It's just a black box. A silent, glass, dark black box. And it's among the best workstations in terms of a total value proposition for the less than $5000 professional crowds.
See, Daedalus built this box in the center of a labyrinth of rules and regulations called the Circulars of Purchasing by NonProfits Using Federal Grant Awards. She was given all the gifts of creation. And you can open it.
Designed for 5-10 years continuous use at professional levels.
12 core, 4.2 Ghz Ryzen 3900x - do everything all at once.
64 gb C16 3200 ram (clock still needs tuning as of 1/22/20) - open 100 windows with a dozen programs and switch between them near instantly.
GeForce RTX 2080 Super OC w/ 8gb Ram - powers the monitor to do all the video stuff at native 5120x1440 resolution.
The almost 4 foot curved QLED monitor. Bright enough for daylight offices, soft enough for extended sessions. In a billion colors.
All the software (if you're a non-profit, www.techsoup.org ) -
Windows 10 pro
Adobe Creative Cloud - All Applications for $20/mo
1 year Norton Deluxe
Double internet - two ethernet controllers for up to 10 Gbit transfers.
Unparalleled energy efficiency - Runs cool. Silent. And with 40-50 minutes uninterruptible battery power for everything under normal use.
Breathe easy - Dustproof fan filters, and a 99.97% small particle HEPA filter w/ UV light for a 160 sq ft room.
A professional desk piece - just a dark glass cube but for 4 little lights, one for each major component to see that it's on.
Insured/warranty for 3-4 years
Parts rated for 10-17yrs
But if you want to add another graphics card and overclock everything all components have big heat sinks, and the system can push more than 1000 cfm of clean air over all component surfaces, to guarantee it stays cool.
Comparable system from Apple runs $12,000+ for just the hardware and doesn't come with any of the extras.
Except for the Batman symbol. That's not included.
2/5/20 Upgrade Update
Beyond the displayed purchase price, a universal rail mount system has been purchased for adding additional hard drives, controllers, and graphics card support with pre-threaded cabling, along with a drawer for the paperwork/recovery usb, so I don't ever have to disassemble anything to add anything with everything anyone might need already in the case.