Industrial PCs are meant for 24x7 deployment in a wide range of environments. This brings in a host of requirements such as wide operating temperature range, ruggedness, regulatory requirements, support for specific I/O types, etc. Most industrial PCs are passively cooled, with the absence of moving parts contributing to better reliability. In certain cases, processing power requirements and space constraints make it necessary to include active cooling. Today, we are looking at a high-end industrial PC from Cincoze - the DS-1300 featuring a Comet Lake-based Xeon CPU and a discrete GPU. Read on to for a detailed look at the features and performance profile of the flagship member of the Cincoze DS-1300 series.
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