Nvidia Quadro P620

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Moheb Benjamin,

    Since we do not utilize the GPU, but solely the CPU it doesn't matter which GPU you use. 
    You can follow the hardware requirements in THIS support article. 

    If you are looking for dedicated devices for your video wall, I would suggest having a look at the devices of Bluebox.video and consult them for the appropriate solution for your environment. 

     

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    Moheb Benjamin

    Thank you for your prompt response 

    since you dont utilize the GPU let me ask the same question with the details for the CPU as follows

    • Intel Core i7-9700, 8 Core, 12MB Cache, 3.0Ghz, 4.7 Ghz Turbo

    how many concurrent streams this processor can support in FHD on 4 screens 55''

     

    Thank you in advance

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    Norman - Nx Support

    Hi Moheb,

    If you really want to stream the cameras in FHD, the support article I shared applies. 

    High End Spec
    • 16 HD streams concurrently + low res
    (e.g. control room, investigations)

    That means, up to 4 FHD streams per screen, which only makes sense if the screen are UHD. 
    When I do this on my computer (i7-1010U) running Ubuntu as the OS, I have a CPU load of approx 50% and 8 GB RAM. 

    When using Windows the load is likely a bit more, but I assume still within reasonable numbers. 

    If you leave the resolution to auto, don't manually change the secondary resolution, and allow the system to optimize the camera settings, you can display quite a few more cameras on a single screen, but it is difficult to tell you how many, since the prerequisites could be different per camera. 

    With the default settings of the client and the cameras (primary resolution FHD@30FPS and the secondary resolution 640x360@7 FPS) I can handle 32 cameras on each of the 4 screens, I have a CPU load of approx 60% and 10 GB RAM.

    When I maximize the number of cameras to 64 on each of the 4 screens, I have a CPU load of approx 70% and 13 GB RAM.

    Be aware that these number are based on my system and solely my system, but they could act as some guidance. For the actual numbers it should be verified in your own system since the prerequisites are likely different. 

    I'm not confident I would display that many cameras with my CPU at approx. 70% all day. I wouldn't be happy to put so much load on my computer for a long period of time. 

    At least corrective maintenance of dust removal and changing cooling paste should not be neglected. It shouldn't be neglected in any case, but especially not in system with high load. 

     

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    Evgeny Balashov

    One of our partners has a great Video-Wall software package that utilizes GPU very efficiently.

    Please, check out: https://www.bluebox.video/software/

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