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  • Cincoze GM-1000 - A Rugged, GPU-Focused, Fan-Less Industrial Computer

    Phoronix: Cincoze GM-1000 - A Rugged, GPU-Focused, Fan-Less Industrial Computer

    Cincoze is a brand we previously haven't tested at Phoronix but is a Taiwanese manufacturer of embedded computers. The company's recently introduced GM-1000 is advertised as a "Machine Vision Embedded Computer" geared for a variety of industrial applications in being constructed within a well engineered aluminum enclosure that is fan-less thanks to an array of heatpipes and chassis serving as a heatsink while offering MXM-based GPU expansion and a total system power budget of up to 360 Watts.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=29678
    Last edited by Michael; 11 November 2020, 07:08 AM.

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    In before all the comments complaining about how it's Intel+Nvidia, as though this is supposed to be used as an everyday desktop PC.

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    • #3
      The one detail I'm missing is the price for both the base version and the tested one.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by schmidtbag View Post
        In before all the comments complaining about how it's Intel+Nvidia, as though this is supposed to be used as an everyday desktop PC.
        Don't forget:
        • An unemployed college student can't afford it, so it's "too expensive".
        • Why isn't it based on RISC-V instead?
        • Blah blah rant about GNOME / KDE / X11 / Wayland
        Did I miss any others? Are we still complaining about systemd?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by torsionbar28 View Post
          Don't forget:
          • An unemployed college student can't afford it, so it's "too expensive".
          • Why isn't it based on RISC-V instead?
          • Blah blah rant about GNOME / KDE / X11 / Wayland
          Did I miss any others? Are we still complaining about systemd?
          maybe because the missing standarts? Why using a cpu and them nothing works or is compatible?

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          • #6
            intel+nvidia = 1.21 ji-ga-watts.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by andre30correia View Post
              maybe because the missing standarts? Why using a cpu and them nothing works or is compatible?
              What exactly is incompatible with this PC in a way that matters to an industrial environment?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cyberwizzard View Post
                The one detail I'm missing is the price for both the base version and the tested one.
                Agreed. I found the manufacturer page. Looks like max 64GB of RAM. Not too bad. Looks like there are a lot of options, including the possibility of an AMD MXM. Seems like both the listed MXM cards are only 4GB; better than expected but less than hoped. But for this, everything comes down to price.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by schmidtbag View Post
                  What exactly is incompatible with this PC in a way that matters to an industrial environment?
                  linux

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
                    linux
                    Sorry but in the x86 based embedded industry, Windows is actually surprisingly popular and no one cares for a blob driver less Linux. Of course thats diffrent on the ARM side but x86, especially Intel has quite a strong foot in this industry.

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