The optimization of the production processes to processors and video cards affected in a direct way in the development and implementation of systems with Desktop Fanless design, first in the consumer segment, now also in the professional / industrial, where, however, the standards are much more stringent.
Making a desktop system without fans for this segment of the market is not easy, when you sopratttutto also aims to minimize the space. In this perspective, MSI tries to make space for the new Black Edition, a compact PC that mounts obviously a motherboard “homemade” and supports the latest generation Intel Haswell.
The case of the KINGBOX MS-9A66 has a rugged design and is designed to dissipate the heat as quickly as possible. The company says it will be possible to mount hce Celeron and Pentium CPUs, but also Core i3 / i5 / i7, always remaining in a TDP of 35 Watt
The system obviously supports DDR3 memory, one PCI-E x16 Gen 3.0 and a large section of expansion. Right now the Taiwanese company has not officially announced the sale price.
Fanless design to support 4th Gen Intel CPU (up to 35W)
Scalable 4th Gen Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3, Pentium, and Celeron processors
Easy maintenance (HDD, memory, CFast, expansion slots) with smart mechanical design
Easy configuration via friendly API
3 independent display with DVI-I and 2 DP
4 expansion slots: 1 * PCIe x16; 3 * PCI
GPIO supports 5 ~ 24V for automation
100 G anti-shock and anti-vibration 1 Grms
Wide range 9 ~ 36V DC power input
Support AT power mode
Optional system fan module available
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