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GPUs galore: Eurocom Sky X7C now comes with RTX 2060, 2070, 2080, Quadro P3000, P4000, and P5000 options

Eurocom Sky X7C now comes with Quadro P3000, P4000, and P5000 options (Source: Eurocom)
Eurocom Sky X7C now comes with Quadro P3000, P4000, and P5000 options (Source: Eurocom)
One of Eurocom's most versatile 17.3-inch laptops can now officially swap between a Quadro MXM GPU and a GeForce MXM GPU presumably without any driver or compatibility issues for the end user. The system can effectively double as a high-power gaming laptop or workstation as needed.

Eurocom specializes in offering very configurable high-performance laptops for both gamers and professionals. Gamers can choose between the Eurocom Q8, Tornado F5, or Sky X7C while workstation users can choose between the Tornado F5W or Sky X9W just to name a few. The gaming and workstation SKUs have been separate until now.

According to Eurocom's latest press release, the Sky X7C will now be compatible with both GeForce and Quadro MXM GPUs. This makes the laptop one of the very few that can be configured with either RTX or the latest Pascal-based Quadro GPUs for extreme versatility depending on the needs of the user. In contrast, competing OEMs like MSI or Dell have Workstation-specific SKUs and families such as the WE/WT/WS series or Precision series, respectively. The Eurocom Sky X7C will be able to cover both the gaming and mobile workstation markets under one model name.

Unfortunately, there is no word yet on support for the next generation of mobile Turing-based Quadro GPUs. Dell is expected to be one of the first to carry mobile Turing Quadro GPUs that will presumably offer ray-tracing and AI acceleration similar to their desktop counterparts.

Quadro GPU’s available for the Eurocom Sky X7C

Quadro Model

VRAM

CUDA Cores

MXM Version

Wattage

P5000

16 GB GDDR5

2048

3.1

100 W

P4000

8 GB GDDR5

1792

3.1B

100 W

P3000

6 GB GDDR5

1280

3.1B

75 W


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Overview:
Eurocom has added the Quadro-line of NVIDIA GPU’s in Eurocom’s 17.3” Supercomputer-class Mobile Workstation- the EUROCOM SKY X7C. With this addition, the Sky X7C now supports a total of three GPU families from NVIDIA, previously being capable of only supporting graphics cards from the RTX and GTX lines of NVIDIA GPU’s. The X7C offers a perfect balance of performance, compelling features, and compact form factor capable of delivering an incredible creative experience and productivity across a variety of professional 3D programs.

Eurocom Sky X7C Mobile Supercomputer: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />configure(2,430,0)SkyX7C

 

Quadro GPU’s available for the Eurocom Sky X7C

Quadro Model

VRAM

CUDA Cores

MXM Version

Wattage

P5000

16 GB GDDR5

2048

3.1

100 W

P4000

8 GB GDDR5

1792

3.1B

100 W

P3000

6 GB GDDR5

1280

3.1B

75 W

 


NVIDIA Quadro Technology:
According to Nvidia, “Quadro brings desktop-class performance to mobile workstations to enable incredibly powerful, thin and light form factors.” When it comes to industrial design, advanced special effects and complex scientific visualisation, Quadro-based GPU’s are built to accelerate a range of professional workflow and are trusted by many as the top visual computing platform.

“Enjoy the ultimate creative freedom- tackle complex datasets with ease, render photorealistic images interactively and develop life-like VR experiences on-the-go.” – NVIDIA.

 

Real World Applications of NVIDIA Quadro-based Solutions

NVIDIA QUADRO for MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS

• Designers and engineers can create models with larger assemblies and larger numbers of components, render with higher image quality, or resolution.
• Use real-world physics, lighting, and materials during interactive design and visualize with photo-realistic image quality.
• Combine multiple Quadro cards to provide incredible rendering power for larger, more demanding rendering workloads.

NVIDIA QUADRO for MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT SOLUTIONS

• Editors can work in real-time with HDR content and up to 5K full resolution on more complex projects with more layers and effects.
• 3D texture painting artists can enjoy more creative flexibility in their workflow by keeping a larger number of textures and assets in graphics memory.
• Visual effects artists can create the more complex models, maintaining a larger number of assets in graphics memory and streamlining their workflow.

NVIDIA QUADRO for AEC SOLUTIONS

• Architects can create larger models with more details, creating structures with greater levels of realism.
• Urban designers can create models with more detail and complexity.

 


EUROCOM X7C – Resources: 
Configuration: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />configure(2,430,0)SkyX7C
Specifications: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />specs(430)SkyX7C
Images: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />images(430)SkyX7C
 
Benchmarks: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />benchmarks(430)SkyX7C
Reviews: www.eurocom.com/ec/<wbr />reviews(430)SkyX7C

About Eurocom:
Eurocom is the leading developer of long-lifespan, fully-upgradable laptops, as well as, high-performance mobile workstations and mobile servers since 1989. Eurocom prides itself as an Industry leader in providing ground-breaking technology and continues to engineer innovative solutions that inspire individuals and companies to new growth and development. Eurocom offers up to Intel i9 9900K 8Cores/16Threads processors, up to NVIDIA RTX 2080 GPU’s, up to 64GB of DDR4 memory and up to 22TB of internal storage space. For more information on Eurocom please visit us at 
www.eurocom.com

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Allen Ngo, 2019-05- 6 (Update: 2019-05- 6)
Allen Ngo
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After graduating with a B.S. in environmental hydrodynamics from the University of California, I studied reactor physics to become licensed by the U.S. NRC to operate nuclear reactors. There's a striking level of appreciation you gain for everyday consumer electronics after working with modern nuclear reactivity systems astonishingly powered by computers from the 80s. When I'm not managing day-to-day activities and US review articles on Notebookcheck, you can catch me following the eSports scene and the latest gaming news.