Avalue launches new ATX/mATX motherboards
Avalue Technology Inc. has introduced the BC680R ATX and RX680R Micro ATX motherboards.
These boards are compatible with Intel 12th/13th generation Alder Lake and Raptor Lake platforms and support Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3, Pentium, or Celeron processors, tailored to diverse application needs. They are engineered for high-speed transmission, extensive expansion capabilities, and a broad temperature range, making them ideal for demanding industrial environments. These motherboards are well-suited for upgrades in sectors like industrial manufacturing, automotive electronics, military, and healthcare.
Both the BC680R and RX680R motherboards feature the Intel R680E chipset and LGA 1700 socket, supporting up to 65W processors. They offer a range of high-speed interfaces like 2.5G Ethernet, USB 3.2 Gen 2, and multiple PCIe and M.2 NVMe slots for flexible expansion, operating reliably in 0 to 60°C environments.
The BC680R ATX motherboard excels in data-intensive applications with quad independent display support and up to 128GB DDR5-4400MHz memory, including ECC memory slots. It offers diverse storage options with 4 SATA III or 2 M.2 NVMe SSD slots and dual 2.5G network interfaces. The BC680R can power four displays simultaneously and is ideal for seamless industry upgrades and versatile expansions.
The RX680R Micro ATX motherboard, on the other hand, balances performance and space efficiently. It includes 4 DDR5-4400MHz memory slots with up to 128GB capacity, supporting ECC for system reliability. It stands out with its wide range of I/O interfaces and up to four independent DP++ display outputs and an LVDS interface, perfect for embedded displays in space-limited industrial applications.
Both the BC680R and RX680R support extensive interface expansions and a wide-temperature design, delivering robust performance for environmentally challenging applications. They also feature TPM 2.0 technology for enhanced data security, offering diverse options for industrial applications and facilitating the transition to industrial intelligence.