COMMELL: PICMG1.3 SBC featuring Coffee Lake processors with Turbo Boost Technology 2

COMMELL has unveiled FS-A79, a PICMG1.3 SBC based on Intel 8th generation FCLGA1151 “Coffee Lake Core processor family. The 8th Gen. Intel Core processors redefine mainstream desktop PC performance with up to six cores for more processing power – that's two more cores than the previous generation processor family, Coffee Lake's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 can increase the maximum turbo frequency up to 4.7 GHz, and up to 12MB of cache memory. These processors offer even greater CPU and graphics performance as compared to previous generations, provides you the opportunity to tweak the platform performance to its fullest potential and enjoy great gaming and VR experiences.

The FS-A79 PICMG 1.3 SBC platform with Intel Q370 chipset is designed for the 8th generation Intel Core processors, Celeron and Pentium processors in the FCLGA1151 socket. It is the first mainstream Intel desktop platform to support DDR4 memory DIMM 2666 MHz up to 32GB. The platform is based on Intel 9th generation Graphics engine, it offers fast video acceleration, three independent displays and extensive media codec library. FS-A79 Displays can be connected via 1x VGA, 1 x LVDS, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x DVI, up to three displays can be controlled simultaneously. The FS-A79 is ideally for performance-demanding applications such as video gaming, virtual reality, digital signage, medical and more.

FS-A79 equipped with 2 Gigabit Ethernet LAN(1 x Intel I210-AT Gigabit Ethernet and 1 x Intel I219-LM Giga bit PHY LAN), The I210-AT enables 1000BASE-T implementations using an integrated PHY. In addition, FS-A79 offers lots of features including high-speed data transfer interfaces such as 6 x USB3.1 GEN2 (10Gb/s) and 3 x SATAIII, and comes with PS/2 port, 4 x RS232 and 2 x RS232/422/485, 4 x USB2.0, High Definition Audio, 1 x MiniPCIe socket(Support mSATA), 1 x Sim slot, support 1 x PCIe X16 slot and 1 x PCIe X4 slot /4 x PCIe X1 slot.

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