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Recommendations for Industrial Motherboard Compatible with High-End GPU


Armin_k99

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Hi everyone,

I'm working on a project to put a computer in an off-road car, and I'm looking for recommendations for an industrial motherboard that is resistant to environmental conditions and vibrations, but is also compatible with a high-end GPU.

I've done some research on industrial motherboards, but I'm having trouble finding one that is specifically designed for use with a high-end GPU. Does anyone have any recommendations for a motherboard that meets these criteria?

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1 hour ago, Armin_k99 said:

Hi everyone,

I'm working on a project to put a computer in an off-road car, and I'm looking for recommendations for an industrial motherboard that is resistant to environmental conditions and vibrations, but is also compatible with a high-end GPU.

I've done some research on industrial motherboards, but I'm having trouble finding one that is specifically designed for use with a high-end GPU. Does anyone have any recommendations for a motherboard that meets these criteria?

 

So long as any motherboard in question has a PCIe 4.0+ capable slot and allows for current gen CPU to avoid any bottlenecks, then you should be fine. Generally speaking, the motherboard itself is the least of your worries so far as the vibrations/harsh movements. You would need to ensure the GPU is harnessed into a chassis really well, otherwise it will rip out of the PCIe slot, which could kill both GPU and Motherboard. The same can be said for a CPU cooler, harsh movements could cause damage. In your instance you would be best advised to use an AIO cooler as the CPU block has a low center of gravity and is not all that heavy. 

 

An AIO RAD would inherently be secured to a chassis anyway and should be fine. It also goes without saying, no mechanical HDD's. No HDD would survive life in a moving vehicle, not offroading. So stick to SSD/NVMe.

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Asus has a Q70 LGA 1700 "industrial" board but I'd just buy/make a dust proof enclosure and mount it properly. 

 

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Sounds like an interesting project. My thought would be to do an ITX build with the GPU connected by a riser cable, so it's mechanically isolated from the mobo slot. A case like the Ghost S1 where the GPU is vertically mounted, would probably be best for a GPU with a heavy cooler, so it doesn't flex the PCB as much. Maybe put the case inside a box lined with something like memory foam (not springy and very soft), and add some good air filters & fans on the box. If a consumer GPU is going to survive, I think a consumer mobo would be fine.

Definitely agree with the AIO for the CPU cooler. Take as much mass / leverage off the board as possible.

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If you want something extreme. You could also waterproof it using. Liquid tape or Plasti Dip paint. Should work fine if you don't put that on heatsink.

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