1U rack-mount system with AMD® Ryzen™ 5000/3000 series CPU with X570 FCH, 4x DDR4 3200MHz DIMM, 2x USB2.0, 2x SATA III, 1x mSATA, 1x mPCIe, TPM 2.0 / Trusted secure boot module (optional), IPMI with dying gasp (optional), 4x Network Expansion module
The SCB-1833 is a 1U Rack-Mount high-performance networking system, that supports a single AMD ® Ryzen™ 5000/3000 series CPU with X570 FCH. It is based on 7nm Zen2 architecture to deliver breakthrough computing performance with support for CPU up to 8 cores / 16 Threads with PCIe Gen4 support. The SCB-1833 supports 4x DDR4 ECC DIMM (up to 3200MHz) in dual channels and maximum memory capacity up to 128GB. The SCB-1833 can support up to 4 NIC modules, support multiple Ethernet module bays for flexible port configuration, such as 1/10/ 25/40/100 Gigabit fiber or copper with optional Bypass function. The maxi mum capable Ethernet port is up to 32x 1GbE ports. SCB-1833 sup ports standard FHHL PCIe slot for RAID or others PCIe device usage in rear. The strong IO elements of SCB-1833 include two management Ether net port (one for management, another for optional IPMI function), optional TPM2.0 or Trusted Secure Boot module, a console port, two USB 3.0 ports, a Graphic LCD module with keypad (5 key), LEDs for power/ HDD/ 2 x GPIO, and one miniPCIe slot for WiFi or other modules. In addition, the SCB-1833 also supports one 3.5” or two 2.5” SATA HDDs/SSDs, onboard one mSATA slot for basic storage application.
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