SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT
Retail price of SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT:
An Energy-Efficient, Expandable, Low Power DEVKIT for Software Developers.
The SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT is a GPU computing development kit that provides a Mini-ITX Qseven 2.0 carrier board with a NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 powered Qseven System on Module. The carrier board integrates a PCI-e x16 connector (PCI Express x4) providing a quick and convenient way to expand the capabilities of the kit, intended in particular for CUDA® 5 enabled desktop graphics boards.
PACKAGE CONTENT :
- QuadMo747-X/T30 - QSeven v1.2 module, NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 with 2 GB RAM and 4 GB eMMC
- SECO mITX Carrier Board
- Cable Kit
TECHNICAL SPECS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT KIT
|CPU||NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 ARM Cortex A9 Quad-Core|
|GPU||SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT does not include a specific GPU, so the user may choose the one that best fits the particular application.
Hereafter is provided the list of the NVIDIA® GPUs which are supported by the mITX GPU DEVKIT Board Support Package, which comes pre-loaded on the system.
|Memory||CPU Memory: 2 GB|
|CPU - GPU Interface||PCIe x4 Gen1 link|
|Network||1x Gigabit Ethernet|
|Storage||1x SATA 2.0 Connector|
|USB||3x USB 2.0|
|Software||Linux Ubuntu Derivative OS
CUDA® Tool Kit
Specifications are subject to change.
Hereunder you will find the technical docs on SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT.
Click on the link to download the document you are interested in.
- SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT Quick start Guide
- Datasheet SECOCQ7-mITX2.0
- Datasheet QuadMo747-X/T30
- Manual SECOCQ7-mITX2.0 *
- Manual QuadMo747-X/T30*
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- CUDA Toolkit
- CUDA Software Development Kit
- LINUX KERNEL source code* **
- U-BOOT source code* **
- Recompiling linux kernel and u-boot* **
- SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT filesystem* **
- SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT flashing tools* **
- SECO mITX GPU DEVKIT User's guide for Boot and recovery procedures* **
Support for the installation and configuration is provided via:
Support for hardware issues, if not solved via FAQ and Forum sections, is provided by SECO Help Desk by submitting a support ticket
- For support on CUDA, please visit NVIDIA’s Developers website developer.nvidia.com
- For any Linux OS related issue our advice is to refer to the howtos available online
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