Use Jetson Module as co-processor on established system

Dear Forum,

Is it possible to use a jetson module as a co-processor? What I mean is that I already have an established system, which I think might benefit from a low-power (~10W) AI accelerator. Since the jetson modules offer a lot of TOPs per Watt, I think this could be a viable solution for me.
The jetson module has a SO-DIMM connector; is it possible to mount the module to a motherboard and use it in a GPU/AI-Accelerator-style addition to my CPU?

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As far as I understood you want to use it in a similar way as GPU, that is not possible for Jetson. Jetson is a full system, and GPU is part of this system as a device and managed by CPU in the Jetson, you cannot access this GPU resource from outside host directly. Please be noted that the interface of Nano/TX/Xavier/NX/Orin varies, you cannot mount it directly on your PC’s motherboard.
One reminder, this is the DeepSteam SDK forum, for Jetson-specific question (such as Nano/TX/Xavier/NX/Orin), you can ask in their corresponding forums, thanks.

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