Just like the larger models of the industrial boards the D3433-S and the D3434-S have a M.2 port. Similar to the mSATA technology, but with a smaller form factor, new SSDs can thus be directly placed on the motherboard.
The D3433-S with the Intel Q170 chipset supports up to three independent displays. It offers Intel vPro 2015 and Intel AMT 11.0 for out-of-band management. Both boards provide in addition to a PCI Express x16 Gen3 and a mini-PCIe slot also extensive external and internal USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Reduced requirements are met by the D3434-S with the Intel H110 Mini-ITX chipset. This model supports two independent displays and one USB3.0 port but doesn’t offer enhanced management capabilities. Both the D3433-S as well as the D3434-S offer a multi-level watchdog function. Another special feature is the dual power supply function. The board can thus be operated either via standard ATX power supply or internal 12V DCIN. Two Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports and a TPM V2.0 module of Infineon complete the functionality.
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