One Stop Systems introduces the ExpressBox 3T-V3 expansion chassis with three full length PCIe slots.
The Magma ExpressBox 3T-V3 is fully Thunderbolt certified and features easy plug and play installation and can support any combination of x1, x4, x8 and x16 PCIe cards. The chassis features a hot-swappable cooling fan and users can control fan speed and noise. The EB3T-V3 can provide up to 300W of power. The EB3T-V3 can support up to 3 full-height, full length PCIe cards, provides Thunderbolt 3 speeds of up to 40 Gbps, and can be daisy chained with up to 5 other Thunderbolt 3 devices.
The ExpressBox 3T-V3 features a new PCIe Gen 3 backplane to better match the throughput available with Thunderbolt 3 and the majority of PCIe cards on the market today. The expansion chassis contains three PCIe slots connected to the computer through a Thunderbolt 3 cable. Add up to three PCIe cards to Magma ExpressBox 3T-V3 and a Thunderbolt 3 equipped computer turns into a powerful audio/video editing or scientific workstation.
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