The Taiwanese company Gigabyte Technology extends the family of compact gaming systems such as barebone, produced as part of its Brix. This time users are offered mini-PC in the form of a tower, clad in a stylish aluminum case with a volume of only 2.6 litres (220 x 110 x 110 mm).
Model marketing name Gigabyte BRIX Gaming UHD includes Quad-core Core i7-6700HQ with a frequency of 3.5 GHz and a TDP of 45 watts, local motherboard on chipset Intel HM170 in a pair of SO-DIMM slots DDR4 up to 32 GB of RAM with a frequency of 2133 MHz. In the system configuration is enabled the video card GeForce GTX 950 to 4 GB, providing a good level of performance. For the organization of disk subsystem is available two 2.5-inch bays where you can locate a couple of SSD/HDD SATA-III.
On Board Gigabyte BRIX Gaming UHD is present Gigabit network Intel i219LM and audio adapter Realtek ALC255, a wireless network controller manages the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 Intel. The system unit provides user access to the HDMI (x1) and Mini DisplayPort (X3), there are two USB 3.0 ports, as many USB 3.1 (type C 1x USB), network connector RJ45 connectors for headphones and microphone. The power supply is, of course, external, and connect it through the DC port IN.
Mini PC Gigabyte BRIX Gaming UHD in this configuration, starts on 12 November at a price of 1350 dollars. Note that the developer also offers a system with a processor Core i5-6300HQ (up to 3.2 GHz) instead of i7-6700HQ.