The CCG-RUMBA is a versatile 4HP/3U (single size Eurocard) CompactPCI CPU board, equipped with an Intel® Core 2 Duo T7500 processor at 2.2GHz clock, and up to 4GB dual channel DDR2 RAM. As an alternate, the Core 2 Duo LV (L7500) or ULV (U7500) processors are available for downscaling. The CCG-RUMBA has been designed especially for systems which require very high performance at moderate power consumption. The Intel® GME965 chipset operates at up to 800MHz FSB and up to 667MHz DDR2 memory clock for optimum system throughput, and provides a powerful dual-screen integrated graphics accelerator. Two Gigabit Ethernet controllers enable high speed connectivity. Local expansion interface connectors can be optionally used to directly attach a mezzanine companion side board. A suitable rear I/O transition module is available in addition.
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