NetStor NA255A-XGPU External PCIe Gen3 to GPU Desktop Enclosure 4 GPU
The External Enclosure Dedicated for GPU Computing
Netstor PCIe Gen3 - 128GbpsAs Netstor external PCIe 3.0 GPU enclosure NA255A is designed to be dedicated for multi-GPU usage and supercomputing applications, much emphasis has been put on the ventilation design of the enclosure by the engineers of Netstor’s mechanical and R&D departments to assure users of highly efficient heat dissipation and low temperature to the high-performance GPU cards running inside. Therefore, constant working and stable operation to the GPU computing with abundant productivity is guaranteed. The Netstor GPU enclosure with multiple GPUs is surely committed to working on any mission critical tasks in high performance computing and so on.
Best Solution for GPU-Accelerated Applications
Ideal for professionals and developers to increase the performance of GPU-intensive applications, the power of multiple GPU cards inside the Netstor PCIe Gen3 GPU enclosure collaborates strongly with the CPUs inside host, server or workstation through the PCIe 3.0 ×16 host interface to accelerate the processing speed of application to up to tens of times compared to working on CPUs alone. The Netstor PCIe Gen3 GPU solution with multiple GPUs for HPC can be fully applied to fields including digital content creation, medical research, motionDSP, financial simulation, 3D seismic interpretation, molecular modeling, 3D Ultrasound TechniScan, gene sequencing, weather modeling, engineering design and astrophysics.
Features • Extremely High-Speed 128Gbps PCIe 3.0 x16 host connectivity
• Solid metal structure with stylish aluminum housing
• Dedicated single 1000 watts power supply for GPU usage
• Two quiet front 120x120x25 mm fan cooling for self-contained ventilation
• Capable of up to four dual-slot GPU or any single-slot PCIe cards
• Environmental Monitoring with Power/FAN/TEMP LEDs and mutable buzzer alarm
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