Zotac Mini Workstation PC Houses Nvidia Quadro RTX 3000 and Intel Core i7-10750H

Zotac Mini Workstation PC Houses Nvidia Quadro RTX 3000 and Intel Core i7-10750H

ZOTAC is a Hong Kong-based computer hardware manufacturer, specializing in manufacturing video cards (GPUs), mini PCs, solid-state drives, motherboards, gaming computers, and other computer accessories. Both its goods are produced at Dongguan Town, China's PC Partner Factories.

The GeForce range of Zotac contains the slightly updated stock graphics cards and their Amp! And Amp! High-quality goods. Zotac's ZBox Mini PC Series includes USB 3.0, Wi-Fi, SD card slot, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, and a VGA port. The ZBox Mini PC Series is designed to be fully portable, with external display ports. The Mac Mini was revealed to CES in January 2019

Today Zotac has launched a pro and prime tiny form factor (SFF) workstation for the Zbox QCM7T3000 that is targeted to skilled users. The 2.65-liter machine comes with the Core i7-10750H processor from Intel and the Quadro RTX 3000 graphics card from Nvidia. The QCM7T3000 Xbox has a footmark of 8.27 x 7.99 x 2.45-inches (210 x 203 x 62.2 mm). It is one of those devices that is optimized to take onward steps on any desk. Zotac markets the mini workstation as a kit of assessment thumbnails, meaning that it only comes with the CPU and graphics card.

It is a 45W Comet Lake processor with six CPU cores, 12 threads, and L3 cache 12 MB. The hexa-core chip operates at a base clock speed of 2.6 GHz and a 5 GHz clock boost. Meanwhile, it is a Turing based graphics card with 2.304 CUDA cores and 6 GB GDDR6 ram. The graphics card also features 288 AI Workload Tensor Cores and 36 RT Cores for Lazer detecting activities.

Nonetheless, the customer can have up to 64 GB of DDR4-2933 memory on the Zbox QCM7T3000, gratitudes all are due to the two SO-DIMM DDR4 memory slots. However, capacity is somewhat limited, as there is only enough room for a single M.2 2280 SSD and 2.5-inch hard drive or SSD. If one a lover of Intel's Optane drives, the QCM7T3000 Zbox offers an 80 mm slot for modules.

It does all the gloomy technical trailing. The graphics card is capable of empowering up to four displays. The Zbox QCM7T3000 lands with two HDMI 2.0 ports supporting up to 4 K resolution at a refresh rate of 60 Hz and two DisplayPort 1.4 outputs capable of making 4096 x 2160 resolution at 60 Hz concerning the video output.

The Zbox QCM7T3000 competes for professionals among other desktops and is high on connectivity. The system provides up to two USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports (one Type-A and another Type-C) and four Type-A USB 3.0 ports. The built-in 3-in-1 card reader handles SD, SDHC, and SDXC MicroSD cards and two 3.5 mm audio jacks to connect your headphones and microphones.

The Zbox QCM7T3000 comes with a target machine like the AX1650 wireless module, meaning you can enjoy Wi-Fi 6 speeds and the connectivity to Bluetooth 5 if one is a blind follower of traditional cable systems.

Zotac gave no details on the pricing or availability of the Zbox QCM7T3000.

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