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Eurocom launches Raptor X17 Mobile Supercomputer with RTX 4090 and Core i9-13900HX


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EUROCOM Raptor X17 Mobile Supercomputer is powered by Intel i9-13900HX 24C/32T Processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 16 GB DDR6 GPU. It comes with 10 I/O ports and supports up to 24 TB of SSD storage in RAID 0/1/5, 2x Thunderbolt 4 and a stunning choice of 17.3-inch UHD, QHD and FHD LCD panels ranging up to 300 Hz. Perfect for 3D Modeling and Rendering applications.

The Raptor X17 is the newest, mobile supercomputer class laptop from Eurocom. Powered by Intel HM770 chipset, this mobile supercomputer weighs 3.2 kg, making it much easier to move around for on-the-go deployment.

LCD Choices:
- 17.3in (43.9cm); 240Hz QHD 2560x1440; Matte; 100% DCI-P3; eDP
- 17.3in (43.9cm); 144Hz; UHD 3840x2160; Matte; 100% DCI-P3; eDP
- 17.3in (43.9cm); 300Hz; FHD 1920x1080; Matte; 100% DCI-P3; eDP

GPU Technology:
The Raptor X17 offers choice of two GPU options: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (9728 CUDA / 16GB DDR6) or RTX 4080 (7424 CUDA / 12GB DDR6). It supports NVIDIA Advanced Optimus Dynamic Display Switching Mode

CPU Technology & Chipset:
Using Intel's high performance HM770 chipset allows the Raptor X17 to support high performance Intel i9-13900HX Processor with 24cores/32threads.

The Raptor X17 supports up to 64GB of DDR5-5600 RAM using 2 x SODIMM sockets of 262-pin, DDR5 SODIMM memory modules. These modules are low power, running at 1.1 Volts of energy per module, further adding to the Raptor X17 high energy efficiency.

The Raptor X17 supports 3 physical M.2 NVMe drives, providing up to 24TB of storage. The three drives can be configured in multiple RAID options depending on user requirements. The RAID 0/1/5 options are available for NVMe SSDs.

LAN Technology:
The Raptor X17 comes with an integrated Killer E3000 LAN chipset running at 2.5 GbE with a standard RJ-45 port. This LAN port is ergonomically located at the back of the machine, away from other ports, to reduce disruptions from other ports/wires and allows for non-stop network connectivity. Additional LAN ports including 10GbE are available via 2x Thunderbolt 4.0 ports.

Operating Systems:
Designed to be "Ready-to-Go" out of the box, the Raptor X17 comes preloaded from a choice of operating systems including Microsoft Windows 11, MS Server 2022 and/or and Linux, just to name a few, depending on the client's specifications.

Battery Backup:
The Raptor X17 comes with an internal high capacity 8-cells Polymer Battery Pack rated at 99WH that functions as a built in UPS allowing for proper shutdown in the event of a power failure.

Adding to its already impressive thermal output, the Raptor X17 has 2 fans embedded along with 3 total heat sinks to maintain an even heat dissipation and keep overall heat production and energy use low. Large vents are strategically placed in the back of the machine to give this Mobile Supercomputer form factor not only more of a sleek and stylish look, but also adds great functionality as it allows for more heat ventilation.
There are also internal thermal sensors monitoring internal temperatures in an ongoing basis.

Security and Protection of Intellectual Assets:
Eurocom offers a complete suite of security in its Raptor X17 including a TPM 2.0 Encryption, BIOS Password and Kensington Security slot to allow customer to protect and secure their data and/or intellectual assets.

Eurocom also offers an optional, "anti-hacking, anti-spying protection suite," consisting of the removal of webcam, microphone and WLAN. This allows for protection of intellectual assets and further defends against malware, tampering and theft of digital assets, data and other intellectual properties.

  • Chipset: Intel HM770 PCIe 4.0 architecture
  • Processor: Intel i9-13900HX; 24cores / 32threads; on-board
  • GPU Technology: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (9728 CUDA / 16GB DDR6); RTX 4080 (7424 CUDA / 12GB DDR6); NVIDIA Advanced Optimus Dynamic Display Switching Mode
  • Storage: Up to 24TB SSD; three physical drives; M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe 4.0
  • Memory: up to 64GB; DDR5 up to 5600; two 262-pin, SODIMM sockets
  • LAN: 2.5Gigabit LAN RJ-45 port Killer E3000; supports 2nd LAN via TB4 port
  • Keyboard: RGB Keyboard with individual key illumination; N-Key Rollover & Anti-Ghosting; Microsoft Precision Touchpad with multi-gesture two buttons
  • Security: TPM 2.0; Fingerprint scanner; Kensington lock; BIOS password
  • Audio System: S/PDIF Output (Optical); Creative Super X-Fi Ultra DSP chip; Creative Sound Blaster Atlas; ESS SABRE HiFi DAC for high resolution headphone output
  • 10 Ports: 2x Thunderbolt 4.0; type C; 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen2;3 x USB-A 3.2 Gen2; 2x miniDP 1.4; 1x HDMI 2.0 output (with HDCP); 1x 2-in-1 Audio jack (Headphone/Microphone); 1x 2-in-1 Audio jack (Microphone/SPDIF Optical output); 1x RJ-45 LAN; 2x DC-in
  • Weight/Dimensions: 3.29 kg/7.24 lbs; Thickness- 0.98"/24.9 mm; WxDxH- 396mm x 278mm x 24.9mm/15.65" x 10.79" x 0.98"

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Oct 17, 2014
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Processor Ryzen 5600 at 4.6 all core @ 1.200v ($130)
Motherboard MSI B550 Pro VC ($109)
Cooling Thermalright Frost Commander 140 ($40) + MX-6
Memory 4x8gb DDR4 3200 cas16 ($85)
Video Card(s) MSI Trio Z 6800 XT ($540)
Storage Kingston KC3000 1TB ($90)
Display(s) NZXT 27" Canvas 2560x1440 IPS 165hz ($150)
Case Corsair 110q ($60)
Audio Device(s) Schiit Modi 3 DAC - Logitech 400w THX 2.1 ($185)
Power Supply Corsair RM 850w Gold ($110)
I see Eurocom still hasn't changed their shit design. lmao

looks same as my shitty overheating gtx 1070 model.
May 9, 2012
7,990 (2.01/day)
Ovronnaz, Wallis, Switzerland
System Name main/SFFHTPCARGH!(tm)/Xiaomi Mi TV Stick/Realme GT2
Processor Ryzen 5 3600 @4.2/i7-3770/S905X/Snapdragon 888 5G
Motherboard MSI MAG B550 Tomahawk/HP SFF Q77 Express/uh?/uh?
Cooling Enermax ETS-T50 Axe aRGB /basic HP HSF /errr.../oh! liqui..wait, no: heatpipe+Graphite
Memory 32gb Corsair Vengeance Pro 3600mhz DDR4/8gb DDR3 1600/2gb LPDDR3/12gb LPDDR5 dual channel
Video Card(s) Powercolor Red Devil RX 6700 XT 12gb/Asus GT 730 2gb/Mali 450MP5/Adreno 660
Storage 250gb 870EVO/500gb 860EVO/2TB Sandisk/2x1tb HDD/NVMe 512gb+1tb/1tb SE770G/1TB Arion/500gb/8gb/256gb
Display(s) X58222 32" 2880x1620/32"FHDTV/273E3LHSB 27" 1920x1080/6.67"/Samsung E4 panel FHD+ 120hz
Case Cougar Panzer Max/Elite 8300 SFF/None/back/front glass GG5
Audio Device(s) Logi Z333/SB Audigy RX/HDMI/HDMI/Dolby Atmos/Fiio FH1s 26Ω/Hidizs AP80/Edifier STAX Spirit S3
Power Supply Chieftec Proton BDF-1000C /HP 240w/12v 1.5A/4Smart VoltHub PD/SuperDart 65w
Mouse Speedlink Sovos Vertical-Asus ROG Spatha-Logitech MX Ergo/Xiaomi XMRM-006/touch
Keyboard Deltaco DK440R/none/touch
VR HMD Medion Erazer
Software Win10 64/Win8.1 64/Android TV 8.1/Android 12
Benchmark Scores bench...mark? i do leave mark on bench sometime, to remember which one is the most comfortable. :o
"supercomputer classe laptop" ... please ... at best it's a "superLaptop" nothing supercomputer about it ...
"A supercomputer is a computer with a high level of performance compared to a general-purpose computer." well that one has high level of performance but it's still a general purpose laptop ;)

imagine someone with a tower with the same/equivalent component saying he has a supercomputer at home ... (at least the one in a tower would be adequatly cooled... )
Jul 16, 2022
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Great to see technically coming along in this manner.

I am clumsy, and it keeps me from buying laptops.

Which is why I like computer cases.

Much success!
Nov 18, 2010
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Memory 4x8GB G.SKILL Trident Z RGB F4-4133C19D-16GTZR 14-16-12-30-44
Video Card(s) ASUS 1080 Ti SLI + water blocks
Storage Optane 900P + Samsung PM981 NVMe 1TB + 750 EVO 500GB+ 1TB 980PRO
Display(s) Philips PHL BDM3270 + Acer XV242Y
Case Lian Li O11 Dynamic EVO
Audio Device(s) Sound Blaster ZxR
Power Supply Fractal Design Newton R3 1000W
Mouse Razer Basilisk
Keyboard Razer BlackWidow V3 - Yellow Switch
Software Windows 11 insider
See Eurocom users as people still going through puberty period and not growing up.

People who cannot split their workload and decide what fits best...

Being mobile does not mean attached to power outlet...

Using a itx sized case is more reasonable. Those PR pics often doesn't show the size of the power brick powering those things, limiting all the mobility and space savings those things offer.
May 13, 2015
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Processor AMD Ryzen 3800X / AMD 8350
Motherboard ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming X / Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 Revision 3.0
Cooling Stock / Corsair H100
Memory 32GB / 24GB
Video Card(s) Sapphire RX 6800 / AMD Radeon 290X (Toggling until 6950XT)
Storage C:\ 1TB SSD, D:\ RAID-1 1TB SSD, 2x4TB-RAID-1
Display(s) Samsung U32E850R
Case be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Black rev. 2 / Fractal Design
Audio Device(s) Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi
Power Supply EVGA Supernova 1300G2 / EVGA Supernova 850G+
Mouse Logitech M-U0007
Keyboard Logitech G110 / Logitech G110
  • 17 inches, yes!
  • Intel?! No!
  • Nvidia?! No!
  • Three NMVe drive capacity?! Yes!
  • Pictures of the bottom so we know it can be easily upgraded? No idea.
  • Dinky right shift key so I can press the Up key instead of Shift while working?! No!
  • Backlit keyboard? Yes!
It has some redeeming qualities but I don't want Intel/Nvidia and these copy-paste keyboards need to be obliterated.


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Feb 15, 2023
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All that in a 100W thermal envelope so both the CPU and GPU are perma-choked to death.
High performance laptops are a joke.
Oct 3, 2015
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"Mobile Supercomputer" LOOL

There isn't any Mobile Superomputers anymore. Those died when Clevo abandoned their LGA/MXM laptops. The X170X last of its kind and come with 10900K/11900K and MXM 2080 Super. So long time ago.

What we have left now is Apple copycats. Far from Mobile Supercomputer as it can be.