ZOTAC Announces ZBOX QX Series Featuring NVIDIA Quadro and Intel Xeon
A Pair of Mini-PC Workstations
ZOTAC is well known in the mini-PC space with a large variety of models running the gamut from silent low-power types to full-scale gaming PCs, and with the QX series Zotac has a pair of new ZBOX models that combine Intel Xeon processors with NVIDIA Quadro graphics in a small – 8.86 x 7.99 x 5.04 inch – package.
The QX3P5000 features NVIDIA Quadro P5000 graphics with 16GB GDDR5 and an Intel Xeon E-2136 6-core processor, and the QX3P3000 features the same CPU and a Quadro P3000 with 6GB of GDDR5. Both offer support for up to up to 64GB of DDR4 2666/2400 (ECC or non-ECC), M.2 and 2.5-inch storage support, and can output to up to four 4K @ 60Hz displays with quad HDMI 2.0B ports.
Connectivity also includes USB 3.1 Gen 2 and Thunderbolt 3, with networking handled by a pair of Killer devices with the WiFi 6 Killer AX1650 handling wireless duties and a Killer Ethernet 2.5 Gigabit capable NIC. The QX series are actively cooled with a heatsink/fan solution specified, but with its 128 mm overall height there should be plenty of room for a quiet implementation. Pricing was not announced.
"The new addition to the ZBOX Q Series leverages the ZBOX Mini PC’s sleek and minimal design without compromising the powerful hardware components inside. From stunning industrial design and advanced special effects, to complex scientific visualization and sophisticated data modeling, to creating and editing images and videos, the ZBOX Q Series enables limitless creations."