GPU Embedded Computer

Built with a high power budget with optimized thermal design, the Cincoze GPU computers can operate under 100% loading of CPU and GPU stably.

Cincoze GPU Computer

GPU Embedded Computer

Cincoze’s GPU computers provide powerful computing performance and support various form factors of GPU expansion cards such as Mobile PCI Express Module (MXM), PCIe and even full-length PCIe.

Built with a high power budget with optimized thermal design, these GPU computers can operate under 100% loading of CPU and GPU stably. Together with its rugged design and compliance of industry certifications, Cincoze’s GPU computers can be used in harsh environments.



Cincoze GP-3000

GP-3000 is an expandable high-performance GPU computer. An Intel® workstation-grade processor and up to two 250W full-length graphic cards provide unparalleled performance within a total 720W power budget. GP-3000 features the unique GPU Expansion Box (GEB) design, whereby a single- or dual-GPU GEB is attached to the main embedded system to add GPU processing power. The additional GPU performance massively accelerates complex industrial AI and machine vision tasks.


Cincoze GM-1000

GM-1000 is a rugged, compact, and high-performance GPU computer with embedded GPU expansion capability. It supports Intel® Xeon®/Core™ socket type processors and Mobile PCI Express Module (MXM 3.1 Type A/B form factor) in a small footprint (260 mm x 200 mm x 85). It is ideal for applications requiring high GPU processing power and to be installed in space-limited environments.

Embedded systems are increasingly reliant on heterogeneous platforms that utilize several types of computing units, such as CPUs and GPUs, to meet the demands of expanding complex industrial applications.

Serial processing is the method used by CPUs to carry out multi-task tasks, and high clock speed multiple processing cores are currently common in high-end computing.

In massively parallel computing, such as image processing and data analysis, GPUs feature hundreds or thousands of tiny cores that are each dedicated to a single task.

Modern day industrial applications like facial recognition, video surveillance, autonomous driving, automated visual inspection, machine learning, and other edge AI computing are all carried out by GPU computers, which combine CPU with GPU.

The GPU computer in the field will assist the smart factory in increasing productivity, decreasing unplanned downtime, and decreasing product costs.