It looks like the NVIDIA-styled Gigabyte BRIX that was spotted at Computex actually is coming out. Gigabyte is calling it the BRIX Gaming and the DIY PC kit will feature professional CPU performance of the Intel Core i5 4200H processor matched with the visually stunning graphics of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760.
At NVIDIA’s Gamer’s Day held at Computex 2014 there was one very interesting piece of hardware being shown off. NVIDIA has stuffed at GeForce GTX 760 GPU inside of Gigabyte’s incredibly small BRIX mini PC!
The whole idea behind Gigabyte’s BRIX ultra compact PC kit’s are to give you a functional PC with an extremely small form factor. This makes them perfect for a media or internet machine. Their small size means you can put them pretty much anywhere as well. While the BRIX systems have been out for a while the BRIX projector is a newer product that takes a BRIX ultra compact PC Kit and adds a micro-projector for a complete and very cool setup. It is actually quite impressive that Gigabyte has been able to fit a projector right on top of the BRIX, making it not much larger than the normal version. The Gigabyte BRIX Projector that we are taking a look at today is powered by the Intel i3-4010U 1.7GHz processor and Intel HD 4400 graphics. Being that this is a “PC Kit” you will need to install your own DDR3L memory and mSATA drive. Let’s take a look!
Today Gigabyte launched the latest edition to their BRIX series of ultra compact PC kits, the BRIX Gaming. As you can guess this mini PC is geared towards gamers and features an AMD A8-5557M APU together with an AMD Radeon R9 M275X discrete graphics processor.
Gigabyte has unveiled its latest BRIX mini-PCs at IDF. These new versions are running Intel Core i7-4770R and Core i5-4570R processors. Both of these chips feature Intel’s Iris Pro 5200 integrated graphics which has 40 execution units, L4 eDRAM cache and more than double the integrated graphics performance of the normal Intel Core i7-4770.