SolidRun Bedrock R7000, fanless industrial design and high performance

The SolidRun Bedrock R7000 series is shaping up to be a very interesting range of compact PCs with an industrial-grade design, especially since they use a totally passive refrigeration system, which makes them a very interesting option for dusty environments where dirt ends up being a problem for the fans.

These mini PCs have support of up to three Halio-8 accelerators for artificial intelligence, they offer a wide range of ports and connections, and despite the fact that they use a passive cooling system, they can mount a Ryzen 7 7840U APU, a solution that has an 8-core, 16-thread processor based on the Zen 4 architecture. , and has an integrated Radeon 780M GPU with 768 shaders, a very powerful solution based on the RDNA3 architecture. It is designed to work with a TDP between 15 and 28 watts.

In the larger models, which have a more voluminous passive cooling system, it is possible to mount a Ryzen 7 77840HS APUwhich maintains the configuration of the previous one both at the CPU and GPU level, but has a higher TDP (from 35 to 54 watts), and is therefore capable of working at much higher frequencies and offering a higher level of performance.

To maximize the effectiveness of the heat dissipation system all models use Liquid metal to make contact between the APU and the radiator, and mount a system of 360 degree copper tubing speeds up the process of heat transfer from the APU to the radiator. These devices can work in environments with temperatures between -49 and 85 degrees C, according to the company, and since they do not have fans they are completely silent.

All models support up to 64 GB dual channel memorythey have three M.2 2280 slots for SSD storage drives or AI accelerators, they have two 2.5 Gb Ethernet connectors, they have a wireless network card with Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3, and they can mount a modem 4G or 5G optionally.

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