ICP Deutschland has announced the KINO-DH310 Mini-ITX CPU board with LGA1151 socket that gives access to the latest Intel Coffee Lake processor series. [via]
The board can take any Coffee Lake processor, from Core i7/i5/i3 to Celeron or Pentium. Depending on the CPU configuration level, up to six cores and 12 threads can run with a constant 35W power dissipationor 65W when “boosted”. The KINO-DH310 can be equipped with maximum of 64GB DDR4 SO-DIMM memory. Two SATA 6Gb/s interfaces and an M.2 slot are available for mass storage. The second M.2 slot supports PCIe x1, USB 2.0 or an optional WLAN module. The PCIe x16 slot offers a transfer rate of up to 16Gb/s and can be used for older expansion cards due to its backward compatibility. Three USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, one RS-422/485, three RS-232 and 8-bit digital I/O are also available. The KINO-DH310 is designed for a voltage input of 12VDC and a temperature range of 0°C ~ 60°C.
The embedded board offers has two HDMI display outputs, as well as an optional internal display port with up to 4K UHD resolution. ICP Deutschland can also deliver the KINO-DH310 partially assembled with Coffee Lake CPU and DDR4-SO-DIMM memory.
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