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GPU Computing System Series Powered by Intel Xeon®/Core i7 processor (Skylake-H)

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Vecow ECS-9755 GTX950 With Quad Core Intel Xeon Core Processor

Vecow, devoted to designing and developing high-quality products with innovative technology, launched the ECS-9755/9771 GTX950 Series GPU Computing System. Powered by Intel Xeon®/Core i7 processor (Skylake-H) running with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 graphics engine, 2-port 10 GigE LAN for up to 10Gbps data rate, integrated features, multiple I/O connections, smart manageability, mobile availability, 10V to 36V power input with 80V Surge Protection, Ignition Power Control, Isolated DIO intelligent circuit protection, EN50155 and industrial-grade reliability, Vecow's ECS-9755/9771 GTX950 Series GPU Computing System is a solution for Machine Vision, ITS, Embedded Workstation, Vehicle Computing, Telemedicine, Deep Learning, Voice Reorganization, Artificial Intelligence and any real-time graphics performance driven IIoT/Industry 4.0 embedded applications.

With the Intel Xeon/Core processor (Skylake-H) and Intel CM236 chipset, dual channel DDR4 2133MHz up to 32GB ECC memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 computing with advanced NVIDIA Pascal architecture, ECS-9755/9771 GTX950 delivers system performance with an independent CUDA graphics engine; Advanced Intel HD Graphics P530 and independent NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 graphics engine support up to DirectX 12.1, OpenGL 4.5 and OpenCL 2.0 API, featuring multiple DVI-D, DVI-I, DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA display interfaces support up to 7 independent HD displays and even 6 independent Ultra HD 4K displays, ECS-9755/9771 GTX950 offers up to 446.28% improved graphics performance than the one without an independent graphics engine; Multiple 10 GigE (10Gbps), SATA III (6Gbps), USB 3.0 (5Gbps), PoE (1Gbps) LAN and wireless connections make high-speed data conveying possible. Vecow ECS-9755/9771 GTX950 Series 10 GigE GPU Computing System brings system performance for demanding workloads in mission critical real-time embedded applications.

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