The T620 supports GPU technology, providing accelerated performance for a variety of applications including virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) medical imaging and graphical rendering implementations.
The T620 supports up to four 300 W, full-length, single- or double-wide GPU cards. Each GPU card can support up to 6 GB of dedicated GDDR5 memory and is actively cooled. Each GPU card has one or two power connectors to meet the high demand for power delivery. The power connectors are located on the back of the card. See Table 7 for a list of supported GPU cards.
|GPU Cards Supported|
|GPU Card||Model||Heatsink||Power Consumption|
|ATI FirePro||V7800||Active||150 W|
|AMD FirePro||W7000||Active||127.7 W|
GPU cards are installed in the PCIe x16 2.0 interfaces, which are slots 2, 4, 5 and 7; slots 5 and 7 only work with two processors.
You must select the GPU enablement kit at point of sale to install GPU or keep the system's GPGPU capability. GPU enablement kit is not upgradable after point of sales.
With one processor installed, two GPU cards are supported with the following restrictions:
With two processors installed, four GPU cards are supported, with the restrictions:
With PCIe SSDs, two GPU cards can occupy slots 5 and 7. Slot 2 is for a PCIe SSD expender card and slot 4 cannot support a GPU card because of thermal restrictions.
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