Rugged computer unit runs Intel Core i7 4th Gen

Rugged computer unit runs Intel Core i7 4th Gen

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This upgrade flexibility ensures the product’s long life in industrial applications while offering high scalability to serve more and more complex and intensive computing power applications.

Thanks to the new processor, Onyx’graphic performance has improved by 25% for the same power consumption. It features a hardware encoding video accelerator (Intel Quick Sync Video) which acquires new features like image stabilization, while still favoring speed to image quality. AMD E6760 GP-GPU companion with 576GFLOPS remains a key option in SWaP apps that must provide high definition digital and analog video processing functions on direct image raw. The new AVX2 floating point instruction set for signal and image processing will further expand the scope and applications achievable by Onyx. The computer has a VGA port, useful for refurbishing programs where computers are changed without affecting the installed base of legacy monitors.

New BIOS versions enable users to configure GP-GPU (clock frequencies, memory bandwidth…) in function of the application. In addition to a DVI-D output, Display Port can be factory fitted to another DVI-D port. Onyx is fully qualified MIL-STD-810, DO-160, MIL-STD-461, and MIL-STD-1275 filtering ready.

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