Congatec offers computer-on-module with low power consumption for ETX applications

Conga-EAF computer-on-module (COM)

Congatec AG has introduced the Conga-EAF computer-on-module (COM), which, offering a choice of seven AMD G-series processors, is claimed to provide broad scalability for the ETX standard, as well as a good price-to-performance ratio.

Ranging from the AMD T56N 1.6GHz Dual Core (L1 cache 64KB, L2 Cache 512KB x2, 18 W) multi-core processor to the AMD G-T40R 1.0GHz (L1 cache 64KB, L2 cache 512KB, 5.5W) single-core processor with extremely low power consumption, the Conga-EAF is claimed to provide a perfect form-fit function set-up for ETX.

Direct native 32-bit PCI support from the chipset has substantial advantages with regard to PCI bus latency over comparable PCI Express bridge solutions.

Fusion architecture combines two previously separate computing functions — the central processing unit (CPU) and the graphics processing unit (GPU) — into one accelerated processor unit (APU).

Key features

  • Embedded controller hub Hudson E1
  • 4GB single-channel DDR3 memory
  • Integrated graphics core with Universal Video Decoder 3.0 for seamless Blu-ray processing via HDCP (1080p), MPEG-2, HD and DivX (MPEG-4) videos
  • Two serial ATA interfaces
  • Native 32-bit PCI
  • Two EIDE, four USB 2.0 ports
  • Two COM, PS/2 10/100M Ethernet
  • High-definition audio
  • LVDS, CRT, Displayport, HDMI or DVI graphics interfaces

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