Gigabyte “Brix Gaming-mini-pc” with Nvidia

Gigabyte has added a new system to its Brix Gaming Series. The new Brix Gaming is a minicomputer that is standard equipped with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 graphics card and is available in both black and green.

Gigabyte calls the new Brix Gaming a DIY PC kit, which would be beneficial for users who want to upgrade components. However DIY is rather limited; the only thing users must provide is internal memory and a storage device. The case provides accommodate to a single 2.5” SSD or hard drive, and two SO-DIMM DDR3-units.

The BRIX Gaming is a DIY PC kit, shipped with a Wi-Fi Mini PCIe module pre-installed, a power adapter and cables.

Users can choose a model with an Intel Core i5-4200h or an unspecified Intel i7 processor. The version with an Intel i7 processor is expected to hit the market in August.

The renewed Brix Gaming has a motherboard from Gigabyte which houses a module for wifi and supports Bluetooth 4.0.

On the front side there are two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5 mm jack for a microphone or headset.


At the back of the case are again two USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, another audio jack and your HDMI or Display Port.

The Brix Gaming-mini-pc looks like a suitable ‘SteamOS‘ device, depending on future prices.

A bracket to mount the system to a monitor or television is included.

A bracket to mount the system to a monitor or television is included.



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