Artificial intelligence, flow simulation or the prediction of genetic virus mutation are only some examples for the growing number of fields requiring very high computing power.

The technical term “General Purpose Computing on Graphics Processing Unit” (GPGPU) explains itself: calculations for general purposes (i.e. aside from graphics) with graphics processors. Simple computations, to be repeated millions of times, are transferred from CPU to one or more graphics processors (GPU).

Autonomous driving is one application of “graphical computing” on robust, vibration-resistant industrial PCs without fans. Built-in GPGPU-compatible graphics boards enable Industrial PCs inside of small cases to work as high-performance GPU computers.

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