The Grace Hopper Superchip starts at $41,000
Have you ever wanted a high-end workstation with an NVIDIA GPU and an NVIDIA CPU? Well, GPTshop has made this possible with its new line of workstation PC offerings that start at over $40,000 because they come equipped with powerful Grace Hopper Superchip hardware.
NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip comes with GPU and CPU, first workstation computers starting at $41,500 for AI enthusiasts
As the AI landscape grows, companies and computer manufacturers are coming up with unique products to attract customers. GPTShop has now announced its PC workstation range that comes equipped with NVIDIA’s Superchip hardware, a combination of the high-end H200 GPU and Grace CPU. Yesterday we talked about the Grace Hopper GH200 Superchip and covered the first benchmarks of the high-performance AI accelerator.
Until now, the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip has only been available for servers, data centers and cloud systems, but some manufacturers are now buying these accelerators and putting them inside pre-built workstation PCs.
GPTshop offers four models of the workstation PC which include the 576GB GH200 variant, the 624GB GH200 variant, and two special editions of the previously mentioned models that feature “early bird” pricing. Model prices start at $41,500 for the 576GB model and $48,500 for the 624GB model.
According to the specifications, the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip comes with a H100 Tensor Core CPU and a 72-core NVIDIA Grace CPU. The 576GB model comes with 480GB LPDDR5X memory for the system RAM and 96GB HBM3 memory for the GPU. The 624GB model comes with 480GB of LPDDR5X system RAM and 144GB of HBM3 memory. Both models are equipped with 900Gb/s NVLINK-C2C connections and have a TDP that can be adjusted from 450W to 1000W.
Speaking of the system itself, the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchips are housed inside an InWin Dubili chassis with a gold aesthetic and come with two high-efficiency 2400W PSUs, two PCIe Gen4 M.2 slots on the mainboard, and two 2.5-inch PCIe Gen4 drives. The slot supports three additional cards FHFL PCIe Gen5 x16 and has a wide range of I/O ports including one USB 3.0 port, two 10Gb ports, a MiniDP port and a Micro USB port, all weighing 30 kg.
The configuration panel allows you to select additional devices such as network cards, storage, GPUs, sound cards, etc. but these devices come at an additional cost. Pricing at least matches the MSRP since the ASUS RTX 4060 OC is listed at a retail MSRP of $299.
To cool everything down, there is a heatsink that comes with a single Noctua NF-A15 PWM fan in a top-down configuration while the chassis itself is equipped with 8 Noctua fans. You can get the case in Titanium Silver colors as well.
It is interesting to see such solutions emerging as the demand for AI grows and shows no signs of stopping yet. We can also expect GPTshop to offer future Superchip configurations with the Grace superchip offering up to 144 cores or newly upgraded solutions with H200 GPUs that will be released this year.