Wednesday, September 12th 2018

IBASE Reveals Digital Signage PC with NVIDIA MXM Graphics Cards

BASE Technology Inc., one of the world's leading manufacturers of innovative and high-performance digital signage systems, reveals its latest SI-614 digital signage player based on 7th Gen Intel Core desktop processors and supporting NVIDIA MXM GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards that feature amazing speed, power efficiency and with 3X the performance of previous-generation graphics cards.

The SI-614 digital signage player is designed for digital signage applications within hospitality, retail and education sectors to empower the establishments to connect and communicate with their guests, customers and audience, reliably delivering high-quality live video and digital signage content. The standard SI-614 signage player is powered by a 7th Gen Intel Core i5-7500 processor with a NVIDIA MXM NV1050 graphics card integrated with 4GB GDDR5 128bit memory, 16GB DDR4 memory and a 128GB 2.5-inch SSD storage device.
"With IBASE's SI-614, users have the option to choose the type of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards to enable flexible deployments based on their specific requirements, including the GTX 1080 8GD5x, GRX 1070 8GD5, GTX 1060 6GD5, GTX 1050TI-LN 4GD5, GTX 1050-LN 4GD5, and GT1030 2GD5. The SI-614 has four DisplayPort video output connectors to support four independent displays - four displays with each supporting 4K @60Hz, or just one display with 8K@60 resolution. Another display option is to have four displays with 2x2 VW setting or just one single display with 8K super-high-definition image/video (based on GTX 1080 8GD5x)," said Archer Chien, Senior Manager of Solution Product Planning Dept. at IBASE.

The SI-614 has dimensions of 256mm(W) x 160mm (D) x 69mm(H) and can be installed with the standard system bracket. The model SI-614M comes with a system motherboard and 270W power adaptor but without processor and graphics card.

SI-614 FEATURES:
  • iCONTROL intelligent energy-saving & Observer remote monitoring technologies
  • 7th Gen Intel Core desktop i7/i5/i3 / Pentium / Celeron Processors
  • NVIDIA MXM graphics card (Type-B, Up to 150W)
  • 2x DDR4 2133 SO-DIMM, dual channels, Max 32GB
  • 1x HDMI 1.4 for console, 4x DP 1.3
  • 1x Mini PCI-E (full-size) for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G LTE or capture card options
  • 1x M.2 B key (3042) for storage or 4G LTE options
  • 2x 2.5" SATA III SSD device
  • Compact and rugged design
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6 Comments on IBASE Reveals Digital Signage PC with NVIDIA MXM Graphics Cards

#1
Tsukiyomi91
A freaking entry level gaming PC as high-performance digital signage PC. :eek:
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#2
Hood
"Tsukiyomi91 said:
A freaking entry level gaming PC as high-performance digital signage PC. :eek:
With a high price, no doubt, more than that entry level gaming PC
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#4
TheinsanegamerN
MXM is pointless. it has never caught on, and you cant buy the GPUs readily. When you do find them, they cost far more then their full size counterparts (GTX 1060 MXM for $650 anybody?).
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Hardware Geek
"TheinsanegamerN said:
MXM is pointless. it has never caught on, and you cant buy the GPUs readily. When you do find them, they cost far more then their full size counterparts (GTX 1060 MXM for $650 anybody?).
Agreed. I wish they had because I have a 4th gen core i7 MSI laptop and would love to be able to upgrade the graphics. The chip is plenty fast, but the graphics card is meh and if I could slot a 10 series in there it would be perfect.
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#6
king of swag187
"TheinsanegamerN said:
MXM is pointless. it has never caught on, and you cant buy the GPUs readily. When you do find them, they cost far more then their full size counterparts (GTX 1060 MXM for $650 anybody?).
Just because you don't use it doesn't mean it's pointless. The main reason it hasn't caught on is the demand for terirble thin and light laptops made out of plastic that throttle themselves to death. Its a sad shame they never did catch on though...
You can easily find a 1060 MXM for $300+, which IMO is decent for its ability to slot into laptops. I would still go for a 980M mxm, as it still supports LVDS signalling, and not just eDP, allowing for the use of legacy laptops with only 60HZ panels to use it
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