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Mini-ITX SBC Offers Choice Of 3 Onboard 2nd-Generation AMD SoCs

Sept. 2, 2014
Mini-ITX motherboards, integrated with GPU's based on AMD's Graphics Core Next technology, supply full range dc 8 V ~ 32 V input and DDR3 up to 8 GB.

The MB-73360 G-Series mini-ITX motherboards from WIN offer OEM customers a choice of 3 different onboard AMD 2nd Generation quad- and dual-core SoC processors— MB-7336A with AMD GE424 SoC, MB-7336B with AMD GE412 SoC and MB-7336C with AMD GE212 SoC. The device can support a wide range of applications from gaming, factory floor control and automation, kiosk, POS/retail, medical, security, and more. The processors are integrated with GPU's based on AMD's Graphics Core Next technology, and with full range dc 8 V ~ 32 V input and DDR3 up to 8 GB, are designed to provide up to 60% better compute performance than the previous generation of the same AMD series. Configurable thermal design power helps limit power to just 5 W at the processor level, protecting the CPU against failure through over-heating and ensuring longer overall product life. Expansion interfaces include X16 PCIe, X1 PCIe, Mini-PCIe, 2x GbE LAN, 6x COM, 9x USB, HD audio, 2x HDMI, VGA, and 2x SATA. WIN can modify MB-73360 G-Series mini-ITX motherboards to the OEM's more specific needs when it's ordered in standard OEM quantities.

WIN ENTERPRISES INC.

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