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Examples of "xtx"
XTX offers a 75% pin-compatible upgrade path to ETX standard. XTX drops the ISA bus and adds PCI-Express, SATA, and LPC.
XTX is a computer-on-module (COM) standard for x86-based embedded devices. XTX adds PCI-Express, SATA, and LPC capabilities. The standard was promulgated by Advantech Corporation, Ampro, and congatec.
The last tractor rolled off the Doncaster assembly line in December 2007, an XTX series tractor. The Russian company KamAZ is negotiating to purchase the tooling for the XTX series. McCormick still maintains a sales and marketing office at the site, but McCormick has already sold the Doncaster plant and is leasing it back until they conclude business there.
In the latter half of 2006, ATI introduced the Radeon X1950 XTX. This is a graphics board using a revised R580 GPU called "R580+". R580+ is the same as R580 except for support of GDDR4 memory, a new graphics DRAM technology that offers lower power consumption per clock and offers a significantly higher clock rate ceiling. X1950 XTX clocks its RAM at 1 GHz (2 GHz DDR), providing 64.0 GB/s of memory bandwidth, a 29% advantage over the X1900 XTX. The card was launched on August 23, 2006.
The 'XT' suffix denotes the most powerful league of Radeon video cards; the only higher suffixes, 'XT PE' and 'XTX', are both derivatives of this suffix.
The 'XT PE' suffix is only found in cards using ATi's most expensive, and powerful, graphics cores. It was replaced by the newer 'XTX' suffix in newer cards.
The 'XTX' suffix is only found in cards using ATi's most expensive, and powerful, graphics cores. It replaces the older 'XT PE' suffix.
However, at the high end, the X1900 XTX has this same 3 to 1 ratio, but does just fine because screen resolutions top out and it has more than enough texture mapping power to handle any display.
Qseven, a computer-on-module (COM) form factor, is a small, highly integrated computer module that can be used in a design application much like an integrated circuit component. It's smaller than other computer-on-module standards such as COM Express, ETX or XTX and is limited to very low power consuming CPUs. The maximum power consumption should be no more than 12 watt.
Tiny Hardcore Press is an Illinois-based independent publisher and small press (a micro-press) founded by Roxane Gay, who is an Assistant Professor of English at Eastern Illinois University, and co-edits the literary magazine "PANK". Tiny Hardcore Press's first title, "Normally Special" by pseudonymous author xTx, is in its fifth printing, and has received reviews from, among other places, The Nervous Breakdown and the popular literary blog Bookslut.
Radeon R7 260X was announced on September 25, 2013. With a launch price of $139, it is based on the Bonaire XTX chip, a faster iteration of Bonaire XT that the Radeon HD 7790 is based on. It will have 2 GB of GDDR5 memory as standard and will also feature TrueAudio, on-chip audio DSP based on Tensilica HiFi EP architecture. The stock card features a boost clock of 1100 MHz. It has 2 Gbs of GDDR5 memory with a 6.5 GHz memory clock over a 128-bit Interface. The 260X will draw around 115 W in typical use.
AMD FireStream was AMD's brand name for their Radeon-based product line targeting stream processing and/or GPGPU in supercomputers. Originally developed by ATI Technologies around the Radeon X1900 XTX in 2006, the product line was previously branded as both ATI FireSTREAM and AMD Stream Processor. The AMD FireStream can also be used as a floating-point co-processor for offloading CPU calculations, which is part of the Torrenza initiative. The FireStream line has been discontinued since 2012, when GPGPU workloads were entirely folded into the AMD FirePro line.
The OMAP4430 SoC on the PandaBoard features a dual-core 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore CPU, a 304 MHz PowerVR SGX540 GPU, IVA3 multimedia hardware accelerator with a programmable DSP, and 1 GiB of DDR2 SDRAM. The PandaBoard ES uses a newer SoC, with a dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU and 384 MHz GPU. Primary persistent storage is via an SD Card slot allowing SDHC cards up to 32 GB to be used. The board includes wired 10/100 Ethernet as well as wireless Ethernet and Bluetooth connectivity. Its size is slightly larger than the ETX/XTX Computer form factor at . The board can output video signals via DVI and HDMI interfaces. It also has 3.5 mm audio connectors. It has two USB host ports and one USB On-The-Go port, supporting USB 2.0.