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post #51 of 60
People, it says right there in black and white: "an ideal solution for DVR, medical equipment, industrial automation, process control, and network security market."

This isn't for the consumer PC market, it's an electronics component.
post #52 of 60
How is this news? These excisted for many years.
post #53 of 60
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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

Thanks I get it now. That toms hardware article sure is confusing.

So this can't be used on its own?
No, you would remote into this system from the host system.

Think of this like another computer connected to your PC via Ethernet. The remote computer is remote..... Only difference here is it gets power from your system and is connected via PCIe rather than Ethernet.
Edited by DuckieHo - 3/28/14 at 12:42pm
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Hm? What I can gather from their website is that this is geared towards having multiple systems in a single machine for purposes of centralizing surveillance devices, points of sale, and various others.

It also has either LVDS or DVI, USB, SATA ports... What am I missing?

They plug into a special backplane which then has other expansion slots depending on what the user needs. The backplane by itself doesn't have anything except routing for the expansion slots from the CPU PCI-E cards. From their website, they have everything from 4x ISA to 4x PCI-E, and everything in-between. The backplane itself is not an independent computer.
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No, you would remote into this system from the host system.

I don't think there even is a host. It's a standalone system.
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I don't think there even is a host. It's a standalone system.

I meant physical host... not like a hypervisor or VM host.
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Extra cores for up and coming games!

you know... just amybe. PCIe 3.0 is supposed to be leaps and bounds over PCIe 2.0 which we haven't fully tapped out yet... so just maybe.
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may be AMD shouldnt even need to complete directly with Intel.

they should make their CPU in PCIE.

May be we have good reason to buy AMD CPUs after all. biggrin.gif
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post #58 of 60
My guess is that these things fit onto a board that is unlike our PCs in that it is just a run of PCI-e connections where, like a component system, you insert the particular boards required for the application. One board is the CPU aka mainboard, another is the interface with external sensors, another output to displays/monitors, and so and so on. Kind of a build your professional setup kind of thing.
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if someone finds the pinout of the connector you could use a pico psu hardwired to the connector
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These SBCs connect to an active or passive backplane based on what you're doing with it. Then you plug in your other hardware that you need. A lot of times these are used for GPU compute nodes as you can usually cram in about 8 teslas or so into a 4U chassis. The backplanes can absolutely pass data. We have these in the controllers for our monstrous video walls. A 4 u box with a ton of "Video" cards. Not like GeForces but special HD-SDI and DVI output controller cards. These solutions are also typically seen where you need ruggedized systems with a small footprint as well. I can cram a dual xeon system running server 2008R2 with a special super slim backplane in a box less than 180mm squared and a little over a foot long.
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