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Processing Power

PRODUCT: DPX-S451 Gaming Platform • MANUFACTURER: Advantech-Innocore

Processing Power

Advantech-Innocore, a global leader in gaming systems, has released the DPX-S451 gaming platform, the latest in the line of the DPX-S Series range of gaming platforms. The DPX-S451 is the 12th generation of the S series product range, and continues the field-proven design evolution to enhance the performance and output options for slot machines, casino games and betting terminal vendors.

Using the AMD Ryzen Embedded R2000 processor, which combines the “Zen+” x86 core architecture with high-performance AMD Radeon graphics, the DPX-S451 platform provides enhanced and optimized computing power, unrivaled graphical performance and an overall increase of performance measures of over 33 percent against previous generations based on AMD R2000 Embedded Processors.

The system provides ECC and non-ECC RAM up to 32GB DDR4-3200, support of up to four displays, and a PCIe x16 v3.0 slot to support an additional graphic card. A full set of I/O designed specifically for gaming devices is included, and the system is compatible with Advantech-Innocore’s software solutions for security, media validation, SAS and diagnostics.

The DPX-S451 is also backwards-compatible with other S series products, and is backed by the reliability, longevity and support that Advantech-Innocore is known for. The DPX-S451 is a high-performance board, featuring enhanced processing power and supporting best-in-class integrated GPU, but priced at a cost-effective level.

The DPX-S Series products provide highly integrated industrial single-board computers and systems with an unrivaled performance range, scalability, long life cycle and low power. Both AMD and Intel platforms are offered, and each one features a full set of I/O, COMs, and security, developed specifically to meet the requirements of the regulated gaming industry.

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