Front Access IO Rackmount Computer

Rackmount computers with front I/O ports and expansion slots that let users have easy access to the interface ports.

Front Access IO Rackmount Computer

Rackmount computer with front I/O ports allows for easy access to the USB, RS-232 and add on interface card once installed in a rack. Front I/O Ports and expansion slots are a very desirable feature if the user need to access or connect their particle in
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    • 2U high front access rackmount computer
    • 14.5 inch short in depth rackmount chassis
    • Supports Core i CPU
    • Standard ATX motherboard
    • Front access I/O ports
    • 7 x front access low profile slots
    • 2 x 3.5 inch internal hard drive
    • 520W 1U High-efficiency Power supply
    $668.00
    • 4U high rackmount computer
    • 17.8 inch short depth rack chassis
    • Core i processor
    • Single board computer
    • 14 slot PCIe / PCI / ISA backplane
    • Front access interface I/O port & expansion slot
    • 1 x slim-type drive bay and 3.5 inch open drive bay
    • 350W PS/2 type power supply
    $1,265.00
    • 4U high rackmount computer
    • 17.6 inch depth rack chassis
    • Core i CPU
    • Standard ATX mother board 
    • Front interface I/O ports
    • Front access 7 x PCI / PCIe expansion slots
    • 380W PS/2 type power supply
    $689.00
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Rackmount Computers with Front Accessible Server
Rackmount computers can be the ideal workstation because the open slots could be used for one or more high-end video cards. Most of the units can now be configured to come with a 14-slot backplane and industrial-grade single-board computer, which typically gives users a selection and variety of slots to choose from. These slots may include ISA, SBC, and PCI expansion slots. Acnodes' compact sized units come with plenty of room for expansion cards, making it a good choice for stand-alone, data acquisition, controlling, and monitoring systems.

How To Identify PCI Express Vs PCI Expansion Slot?
PCI, Peripheral Component Interconnect, is a form of internal data bus for connecting or injecting peripheral devices into a computer. PCI is a general-purpose connection standard designed to support multiple devices of various kinds, including graphics hardware, audio hardware, network hardware, and such. PCIe, or PCI Express, is an interface for connecting high-speed devices to computers. The software is compatible with PCI but has greater potential bandwidth and larger flexibility than PCI. PCIe is used for internal Wi-Fi cards, 10 Gigabit Ethernet cards, hard drives, and Solid State Drives (SSDs).