Most Stylish External GPU Enclosure Unveiled

Walnut CA,-The TurboBox Pro NA250A is an external GPU enclosure allowing up to four dual-slot GPU computing processors to be employed. NA250A features latest technology with PCIe Gen 2 spec requiring only one PCIe slot from server or workstation to make single PCIe ×8 host connection, delivering high-bandwidth data throughput up to 40 Gbps, sufficient for specialized applications with GPU/graphics cards. NA250A is built-in PCIe slot expansion switch that features I/O capabilities expansion function; therefore, all the PCIe slots on NA250A support any combination of ×1, ×4, ×8 and ×16 half-length or full-length PCIe cards.

TurboBox Pro NA250A is a dedicated GPU enclosure with huge output capacity of 1000 watts power supply, ultra quiet cooling fan module and excellent front to back vent airflow that provides best heat dissipation required for high performance GPU computing processors. Furthermore, TurboBox Pro NA250A fully integrates advanced expansion technology of PCIe I/O capabilities with comprehensive audible and visual environmental monitoring. When fan failure occurs or temperature inside NA250A enclosure reaches above 55℃, the front LED indicator turns red to indicate the event; users will also hear an audible alarm notifying them the event happens.

With the ability to install up to four dual-slot GPU/graphics cards inside TurboBox Pro NA250A, the high performance computing can be applied to areas in digital content creation, medical research, motionDSP, financial simulation, 3D seismic interpretation, molecular modeling, 3D Ultrasound TechniScan, gene sequencing, weather modeling, and astrophysics. Based on the next generation GPU architecture, TurboBox Pro NA250A with up to four dual-slot GPU/graphics cards installed inside supports essential features for technical and professional computing, delivering superior performance applicable to applications ranging from scientific research to latest high-performance video/audio editing solutions.

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January 27, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Computer Hardware


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