Matrox introduced Luma graphics cards based on Intel Arc GPUs. The line includes three novelties, and all of them are in a single-slot design.
Moreover, the younger model Luma A310 not only occupies only one slot, but at the same time is made in a low-profile form factor and has a passive cooling system. According to the company, this is generally the only such adapter on the market based on a modern GPU. Model Luma A310F is the same, but with active CO, and Luma A380 has a full-length version.
True, all these cards are not intended for the consumer market. These are solutions for embedded systems, medical field, digital signage and so on. In particular, for those devices where you need to display an image on multiple screens. To do this, the cards have four video outputs, except that the younger models have four Mini-DisplayPorts, and the older ones have four regular DisplayPorts. All ports are DisplayPort 2.1 capable of 8K at 60 fps with HDR.
No model consumes more than 75 W, that is, it does not require additional power. The youngest needs only 30 watts at all.