NVIDIA RTX 2000 MXM 3.1 Type A module


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SKU: EMB-G733-A0

The EMB-G733 MXM 3.1 Type A module features a NVIDIA RTX 2000 embedded graphic processor based on NVIDIA Ada Lovelace Architecture. The Ada GPU architecture has been designed to provide revolutionary performance for ray tracing and AI-based neural graphics. It delivers a dramatically higher baseline of GPU performance and marks the tipping point for ray tracing and neural graphics. It delivers outstanding gaming and creating, professional graphics, AI, and compute performance.

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SKU: EMB-G733-A0


GPU Product P/N EN21-X4, 29x 29mm, 1358-ball BGA (GB5B-128) package
GPU Architecture Ada Lovelace architecture w/ 3,072 CUDA parallel processor cores, 24 Gen3 RT Core & 96 Gen4 Tensor cores
Host interface PCI Express 4.0 x4 lanes. Also support x8 lanes
GPU/Boost Clock 1,635MHz, 2,115MHz @ 60W TGP
Graphics Memory 128-bit, 8 GB GDDR6
Memory Bandwidth 256 GB/s
ECC Function Support ECC, default disabled, user configurable from Nvidia control panel or nvidia-smi command
Max. Single Perf. Max. Single precison pref. FP 32 Pref. 14.5 TFLOPS
Form Factor MXM 3.1 Type A. 82mm(W) x 70mm(L)
Weight t.b.c

Display Output

3 DisplayPort 1.4a. Simultaneous 3 output. Maximum single resolution 8K UHD@60Hz (7690x4320)
Support HDR, HDCP 1.2/1.4. (eDP, LVDS, VGA, USB-C display output are not supported)

BIOS 16 Mbit Serial ROM
Input voltage DC 12~19V, 3.3V & 5V; +/-5%
Power Consumption 60 Watts Total Graphics Power (TGP)
Cooling System Not included. Custom design available on request


Temperature Operating: 0°C ~ 55°C with airflow. Humidity 10% – 90%, non-condensing
Temperature Storage: -25°C ~ 80°C. Humidity 10 ~ 90%, non-condensing

Supported API DirectX 12 Ultimate, Shader Model 7.0, OpenGL 4.6, Vulkan
Supported OS Windows 10 IoT LTSC 64-bit, Windows 11, Linux 64-bit
Conformal Coating Available on request
Packing Non-brand bulk pack, Two screws included. 20pcs/carton
Compliance RoHS 2
MTBF t.b.c


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