ATX Motherboard with Core i5/i7 Processors Features "Greener" Technology

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Aimed at customers who seek significant computing performance and lower power consumption improvements, an industrial ATX form factor motherboard is based on Intel’s Mobile QM57 Express Chipset supporting the latest Core i5 or i7 processor for Quad Core CPU support. The RUBY-M710VG2AR from American Portwell Technology is the tool to help build environmentally friendly, greener embedded PC solutions. The new motherboard features: two 240-pin DIMM sockets to support dual-channel DDR3 1066/800 SDRAM up to 8 Gbyte; dual display via VGA/DVI-D/HDMI/ LVDS; one PCI-E x16, one PCI-E x4, one PCI-E x1, four PCI expansion slots and one Mini PCI-E socket; dual Intel GbE LANs (one of which can support iAMT 6.0); plus SATA (supporting RAID 0, 1, 5, 10), Audio and USB. The new RUBY-M710VG2AR also provides legacy support for Intel Celeron processor P4500.

The key difference is that the RUBY-M710VG2AR industrial ATX motherboard is based on the mobile processor with CPU and chipset thermal design power (TDP) at 38.5W. This configuration saves more than 60 percent energy over most of the off-the-shelf PCs currently on the market. Today, the major portion of the cost for those industries requiring high-performance computing is the yearly energy charge.

American Portwell Technology, Fremont, CA. (510) 403-3399. [www/].