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MSI IPC MS98M3 11th Generation Intel IOTG Tiger LakeUP3 Mini PC

This month, MSI IPC introduced the new MS98M3 single board computer. Taking the form of an embedded 3.5inch mini PC powered by an 11th Gen Intel IOTG Core processor codenamed Tiger LakeUP3. The ultralow power processor provides high performance, reliability and durability and can operate in harsh environments from -40 to +85°C when required. This makes it ideal for harsh industrial environments and applications requiring consistent computing performance. Equipped with an M.2 M key, the mini PC supports PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD and adopts a fanless design.

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“The MS98M3 is equipped with MSI’s patented heat dissipation solution, which uses pure copper combined with an aluminum heatsink to dissipate heavy heat from the CPU and chipset in real time, and realizes fast heat dissipation with a fanless design.

The heatsink itself, combined with a patented set of screws, automatically adjusts and facilitates the coupling between the device, processor, and chipset to maintain close contact for more efficient heat transfer, which is why the MS98M3 SBC is equipped with the highest level Core i7 processor. The level can also work stably and normally at -40 to +85°C and wide voltage, and ensure the safety and reliability of longterm operation. Good vibration resistance also ensures longterm reliable operation in industrial environments subject to shock and vibration.”

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“In order to meet the demand of industrial Internet of things and edge computing, this series of single board computers has been equipped with upgraded highspeed I/O interfaces and several latest M.2 expansion interfaces, such as M.2 M.-key supports PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD, read speed and storage records are nearly 5 times higher than traditional SATA3.0 interface, new M.2 Bkey interface design. It supports the latest 5G wireless modules to greatly improve transmission. power in the field of peripheral applications.

With a significant increase in processor and I/O computing performance, this will bring significant benefits in the implementation of industrial applications that optimize the integration of edge big data into the industrial Internet of things.”

Source: MSI IPC.

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