GPU-PC gains performance from graphics card

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Housed in a fanless full metal casing, the system supports GPUs with up to 120W output and provides computing power from 4 to 6 teraflops. Based on various 8th generation Intel processors (Coffee Lake), the controllers convince primarily with the variety of their interfaces, including up to 6 with gigabit Ethernet (optionally with PoE), 4 USB 3.1 Gen 2, 4 USB 3.1 Gen 1, MezIO interface, PCI/PCIe cassette and mini PCIe. Its sophisticated design enables operation within a wide temperature range from -25 to +60°C. As an alternative to or an extension for the integrated graphics unit Intel HD Graphics 530, the controller supports high-performance graphics cards with up to 120W power consumption, for example the GeForce GTX 1050Ti from Nvidia. With the CUDA architecture developed by Nvidia for parallel calculations, the system’s calculation power can be increased considerably by using the graphic processor’s performance. The controller CPU is relieved and is available for other tasks. Applications include machine vision, intelligent video monitoring, process analysis, data visualisation and simulation areas. Various 8th generation Intel processors can be selected and working memory can be extended up to 32 GB (DDR4 SDRAM), two internal SATA ports (2.5“ SSD/HDD) with RAID support are available for hard drives, moreover an M.2 slot is available for NVMe-SSD or Intel Optane memory.

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