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Having 760 in it is useless, it will throttle like crazy.
post #22 of 142
where do i get one, i need one asap
post #23 of 142
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They mention it using a GTX 760. Not a GTX 760m. If that this is using a full fledged GTX 760, that is just insane. This Youtube video is currently the only video/news that actually shows off this product right now, otherwise I'd link somewhere else.

They wouldnt sit and talk about the 760 for 10 minutes if it was a 760m. its a real 760.
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They wouldnt sit and talk about the 760 for 10 minutes if it was a 760m. its a real 760.

well i certainly hope its real.

i be laying down any amount of money for it
post #25 of 142
You really think they can fit a 760 in it? I mean come on, it's a 760M.

Think of it this way, you need around 1U of height for the mobo and CPU cooler, and it looks like the Brix is 1.5U in total.

No way you can fit a desktop 760 on that unless the heatsink is shared between the CPU and GPU.
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Well, in the video they corrected themselves alot, except for 760, so it might be a full desktop gpu.
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You really think they can fit a 760 in it? I mean come on, it's a 760M.

Think of it this way, you need around 1U of height for the mobo and CPU cooler, and it looks like the Brix is 1.5U in total.

No way you can fit a desktop 760 on that unless the heatsink is shared between the CPU and GPU.

It doesn't have to be a 760 you can buy is a store.

It is obvious Gigabyte and Nvidia worked on this together seeing the design of the case.
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Well, in the video they corrected themselves alot, except for 760, so it might be a full desktop gpu.

yea, and it is what they praised the most, they barely even talked about the cpu and just the size with that GPU power.
its probably no conventional graphics card setup but they probably put the same power in there, and its probably on a minimal motherboard with OCing locked maybe?


give me i5 4670 in there with 8gb and I'd sell my soul


and then there will be a version with ddr4 with some crazy maxwell card, and babies will cry. tongue.gif

I was looking for a "gaming box" that I could bring with me, and this compared to a fractal design 605.... thinking.gif
Though, buying case+cooler compared to whole new rig is my main deal breaker.


Im really curious on the price here, I'm thinking 1k for everything minus storage and ram and depending on CPU.
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760m or 760, I like it, it looks like an Nvidia themed GameCube biggrin.gif
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http://www.gigabyte.com/microsite/340/images/models.html

Look at it this way. The size of the new bris is around the same as the previous ones, except a bit taller.

The previous ones are using dual core mobile CPUs.

You really think they will fit a 150W full power desktop GPU in it?

You could under clock it, or you can use module GPU.
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