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Condor  GR2 3U VPX
Rugged 3U VPX graphics / video card with NVIDIA CUDA support
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Main Features

  • 3U VPX Form Factor
  • NVIDIA® Pascal™ or Maxwell™ GPU Architecture
  • GPUs: Quadro P5000, Quadro P3000, GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 950M
  • Up to 6.4 TFLOPs Floating-point Performance
  • Supports NVIDIA® CUDA® 6.1 and OpenCL™ 1.2
  • DirectX® 12 & OpenGL® 4.6 Support
  • Up to 16GB GDDR5 Graphics Memory
  • 640 to 2048 CUDA® Cores
  • Supports up to 16 Lane PCI Express 3.0
  • Two DisplayPort Outputs (Customizations Available)
  • Conduction Cooled or Air Cooled
  • Long Term Product Availability
  • Ideal for Rugged Applications


Military / Avionics / Industrial
ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance)
Embedded Systems
Land Systems
Homeland Security


Windows / Linux
Other Platforms as required


The Condor GR2 3U VPX Series products are rugged 3U VPX graphics / video cards based on the NVIDIA® Pascal™ Quadro P5000 / P3000 / GTX 1050 Ti GPUs or NVIDIA Maxwell™ GeForce® GTX 950M. The boards use the latest NVIDIA® GPU architectures to offer very high performance graphics and GPGPU capability with CUDA® support (up to 6.4 TFLOPs floating-point performance) for the embedded / rugged market. The board is targeted at GPGPU applications and is capable of up to 16 lane PCI Express 3.0 to boost that performance but video outputs are also available from the card. Two DisplayPort outputs are available by default but the video output formats can be customized to meet the customer’s needs. The boards have from 4 to 16GB of GDDR5 graphics memory and have 640 to 2048 CUDA® cores depending on GPU selection. For product customizations, please contact us.

The Condor GR2 boards are conduction cooled 3U VPX form factor boards.  The 3U VPX form factor offers higher power tolerance and hence higher performance compared to smaller rugged form factors. It also offers very high GPGPU performance using CUDA® or OpenCL™. This product supports PCI Express 3.0 (16, 8 or 4 lane) when mated with compatible Single Board Computers (SBCs) which gives it the potential to greatly outperform 8 lane cards. The product is designed to withstand high temperature, shock and vibration environments. The boards meet MIL-STD-810G standards.

Condor GR2 3U VPX is the first variant in the series. The board design is modular to allow for graphics performance upgrades in the future. See the specifications below for a more detailed description of the cards functionality. A product brochure for the board is available here. new_small.gif

EIZO Rugged Solutions has provided graphics solutions for almost 3 decades and has always met customer expectations with long term commitment and support from EIZO Rugged Solutions’ technical team. The products come with EIZO Rugged Solutions’ commitment of availability for up to 3 years with a path to upgrade for 15 years or more.


Interface 3U VPX form factor, 16, 8 or 4 lane PCI Express 3.0 interface
0.8” pitch (conduction cooled), 1” pitch (air cooled)
Graphics Processor NVIDIA® Pascal™ or NVIDIA® Maxwell™ GPU Architecture
NVIDIA® GeForce® Quadro P5000, Quadro P3000, GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 950M
Video Outputs

Two DisplayPort outputs from rear VPX P2 (customizations available) (DisplayPort can be converted to DVI or VGA with adapters)

DirectX® / OpenGL® Support DirectX® 12 & OpenGL® 4.6
CUDA® / OpenCL™ (GPGPU Computing) CUDA 6.1, OpenCL™ 1.2, CUDA™ C, CUDA™ C++
2048 (P5000), 1280 (P3000), 768 (1050 Ti) or 640 (950M) CUDA cores
6.4 TFLOPs (P5000), 3.9 TFLOPs (P3000), 2.29 TFLOPs (1050 Ti), 1.271 TFLOPs (950M) floating-point performance
Power Consumption 50 – 100W (based on application and GPU selection)
Operating Temperature 0°C to 55°C (Standard)

-40°C to 70°C (Rugged Air Cooled)

-40°C to 85°C (Rugged Conduction Cooled)
Non-operating Temperature -55°C to 105°C
Vibration / Shock Compliant with MIL-STD-810G
Humidity 95% without condensation
Dimensions (L × W) and Weight 160 mm × 100 mm
17.5oz / 499g (conduction)
Software / Platform Support Windows or Linux on x86


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