Modular VGA Cards come in single and dual configurations.March 6, 2014 -
Measuring 82 x 105 mm with 100 W rating, MXM 3.0b Graphics Module is designed for 256-bit memory interface and larger notebooks. MXM 3.0a Graphics Module, measuring 82 x 70 mm with max power rating of 55 W, is designed for graphics cards with 64 or 128-bit memory interface. Both modular graphics solutions provide potential for small form factor, military, embedded systems as well as upgrade path to users looking to improve performance of their current notebook.
Eurocom Offers MXM 3.0b and MXM 3.0a Modular VGA Solutions
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Press release date: February 25, 2014
Eurocom is adding MXM 3.0b and MXM 3.0a graphics modules to its line of available Graphics Processing products. The addition of the VGA cards in single and dual (SLI, CrossFire) configurations gives Eurocom customers a complete choice of video processor options to fit any requirement and configure into their new Eurocom system.
Eurocom has been a leader in integrating MXM technology into systems since its creation, in fact, Eurocom introduced upgradeable / modular VGA in 1990, predating MXM specifications - in the 3300A and 3500 models.
Modular graphics solutions are ideal for high performance desktop replacement laptops and mobile workstations, embedded systems, SFF (Small Form Factor) PC and CUDA developers that require high performance GPUs.
Eurocom offers a complete line of fully configurable Notebooks, Mobile Workstations and Mobile Servers; from VGA to storage, from RAM to Processor, nearly everything can be configured to the application and performance requirements of the individual user.
Eurocom offers a complete line of fully upgradable MXM 3.0b and 3.0a VGA modules, allowing customers to upgrade to newer VGA technology, improve video performance and /or extend their notebook's lifespan.
The industry standard modular MXM 3.0b and 3.0a specification for graphics subsystems allows for improved cooling capability, reduced power and height, enabling engineers to create smaller, more efficient embedded systems, reduce development time and costs and to introduce new designs faster to market. Modular graphics solutions offer additional functionality as well as increased levels of performance compared to integrated graphics for developers of all kinds.
“Modular Graphics Processors allow for much more flexibility and the ability to provide various performance levels to far greater extents than typical embedded Graphics Processors. We are seeing many Embedded Systems Developers moving to Modular Graphics solutions because of the many benefits. Modular MXM technology assists companies with accelerating all phases of product development, testing and getting to the market" said Mark Bialic, President of Eurocom.
Eurocom offers a complete range of VGA solutions with different TDP ranging from 45W-100 W with various performance levels capable to meet most of the GPU requirements in such applications as CUDA Development, Signal Processing, Satellite imaging, Mapping, Surveillance, Image recognition, Robotics, Avionics, Digital signage, Medical imaging.
Graphics Cards Specifications
MXM 3.0b and MXM 3.0a cards provide great potential for small form factor, military, embedded systems as well as an upgrade path to users looking to improve the performance of their current notebook.
Mobile PCE Express Module (MXM) is an interconnect standard for graphics processors in computers, initially developed for laptops, MXM graphics technology is increasingly being utilized in small form factor pc’s and embedded systems requiring high performance yet efficient graphics processing.
MXM 3.0b - 82 mm width, 105 mm length, 100 W max, 256 bit memory bus.
MXM 3.0b is electrically compatible with the same interface as MXM 3.0a, they are designed for 256 bit memory interface and larger notebooks due to the higher TDP.
AMD Radeon HD 8970M - 1280 Stream Processors; GPU 850 MHz; VRAM 1200 MHz; 100 W
AMD Radeon R9 M290X - 1280 Stream Processors; GPU 850 MHz; VRAM 1200 MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M - 1536 CUDA cores; GPU clock 771 MHz, VRAM Clock 2500 MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770M - 960 CUDA cores; GPU Clock 850 MHz; 75W-100W; 75 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M - 768 CUDA; GPU Clock 850MHz, VRAM Clock 2000MHz; 65 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M - 1344 CUDA; 256-bit; GPU Clock 720 MHz; VRAM Clock 1800 MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX - 960 CUDA; 256-bit; GPU Clock 600 MHz, VRAM Clock 1400 MHz; 75 W
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670MX - 960 CUDA; 256-bit; GPU Clock 600 MHz, VRAM Clock 1800 MHz; 65 W
NVIDIA Quadro K5100M - 1536 CUDA cores; GPU Clock 771 MHz; VRAM Clock 3600MHz; 100 W
NVIDAI Quadro K4100M - 1152 CUDA; GPU Clock 706 MHz; VRAM Clock 3600MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA Quadro K3100M - 768 CUDA; GPU Clock 706 MHz, VRAM Clock 3200 MHz; 75 W
NVIDIA Quadro K5000M - 1344 CUDA; GPU Clock 706 MHz, VRAM Clock 3000 MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA Quadro K4000M - 960 CUDA; GPU Clock 600 MHz, VRAM Clock 2800 MHz; 100 W
NVIDIA Quadro K3000M - 576 CUDA; GPU Clock 654 MHz, VRAM Clock 2800 MHz; 75 W
MXM 3.0a – 82 mm width, 70 mm length, 55 W max, 64 bit or 128 bit memory bus.
Designed for graphics cards with 64 or 128 bit memory interface. The board measures a shorter 70 mm length although it does have the same interface connect as MXM 3.0b.
NVIDIA Quadro K2100M - 576 CUDA; GPU Clock 667 MHz, VRAM Clock 3000 MHz; 55 W
NVIDIA Quadro K1100M - 384CUDA; GPU Clock 705 MHz, VRAM Clock 2800 MHz; 45 W
NVIDIA Quadro K2000M - 384CUDA; GPU Clock 745 MHz, VRAM Clock 1800 MHz; 55 W
NVIDIA Quadro K1000M - 192CUDA; MXM 3.0a; GPU Clock 850 MHz, VRAM Clock 1800 MHz; 55 W
Since 1989, Eurocom has been a leading developer of long lifespan, fully upgradable notebooks, high performance mobile workstations and mobile servers. Eurocom has produced many firsts and continues to engineer solutions that inspire and enable individuals and companies to reach great possibilities. For more information on Eurocom please visit www.eurocom.com.
Online Article: http://web.eurocom.com/ec/ec_GetReleaseB(231)
Eurocom Products: http://web.eurocom.com/ec/ec_products()x
Eurocom Upgrade Configurator: http://web.eurocom.com/ec/ecu_model_config1(1,0,0)&