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Industrial ATX motherboards with 8th/9th gen Intel CPUs

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By Ally Winning

Portwell’s product manager, Brian Lai claims that the RUBY-D811-Q370 offers a good balance of energy efficiency and optimized computing performancer, accelerated graphic processing and overall power consumption. “In addition,” says Lai, “the new industrial ATX computer board supports control of factory automation, multiple peripherals, and network connectivity for a variety of applications.”

The new RUBY-D811-Q370 motherboard uses Intel 8th/9th Generation Core i3/i5/i7/i9 processors (formerly Coffee Lake S platform) with up to 8 cores in the LGA 1151 socket and the Intel Gen 9 graphic engine. The board supports up to 128GB dual-channel, non-ECC, long-DIMM DDR4 at 2400/2666 MHz, 6 x USB 3.1 (4 on rear I/O), 6 x USB 2.0, 6 x SATA III, 3 x configurable PCIe 3.0 slots (1 x PCIe x16 or 2 x PCIe x8 signal or 1 x PCIe x8 and 2 x PCIe x4), 3 x PCIe 3.0 x4, 2 x PCIe 3.0 x1 and 1 x mini-PCIe; 1 x M.2 key E 2230 for wireless and 1 x M.2 key M 2242/2260/2280 for SSD; dual Gigabit Ethernet, 10 x COM ports; triple independent displays among dual DP (4K resolution), 1 x HDMI (4k resolution) and 1 x VGA (resolution up to 1920×1200) available in both clone and extended modes; and ATX power input.

“Not only does the new RUBY-D811-Q370 feature the most up-to-date Intel 8th/9th Gen Core i processor and Q370 chipset,” Lai confirms, “but its multiple I/Os and PCIe expansion slots make it more flexible and functional for a wider variety of applications. What’s more,” Lai adds, “our customers also benefit from the peace of mind they get from the 10+ years long product life span support inherent with this Portwell product.”

More information

https://www.portwell.eu/products/industrial-pc/single-board-computer/atx/product/ruby-d811-q370

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