The GP-3000 series is a GPU edge computer that supports 720 W total system power. It uses a 9th/8th generation Intel® Xeon®/Core™ (Coffee Lake-R and Coffee Lake) high-performance CPU with up to eight cores, has a built-in Intel® C246 chipset, and supports two sets of DDR4-2666 ECC/non-ECC SO-DIMM up to 64 GB. The front maintenance area provides four front-accessible SATA III (6 Gbps) 2.5-in. HDD/SSD trays and supports RAID 0/1/5/10 to improve data storage and security. The GP-3000 series uses the exclusive GPU card expansion box (GEB) that supports up to two full-length GPU cards of up to 328 mm, enough to accommodate most graphics cards on the market. In the single GPU format, the GP-3000 supports a single GPU card up to 350 W, suitable for the latest NVIDIA RTX 3090. In the dual-card format, GPU card support reaches 250 W per card for high-end graphics cards that improve the overall computing performance.
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Headquarters: New Taipei City, Taiwan
Product: GP-3000 Series GPU Edge Computer
Key Features: Supports 720 W total system power; GPU card expansion box (GEB) supports up to two full-length GPU cards; built-in Intel® C246 chipset.
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