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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.

Why not?

That 760 doesn't have to be 150 watts. It is not the desktop variant sold in stores.
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Why not?

That 760 doesn't have to be 150 watts. It is not the desktop variant sold in stores.

I'm just using logic.
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post #33 of 142
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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

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.

Wrong model.

The size is the same as the brix pro which is equipped with the 65W TDP i7-4770R. So desktop GPU is possible thumb.gif
post #34 of 142
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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.

I don't see any problem with sharing a heatsink. If the heatsink took up the majority of the space in that 1.5 U I think it would be pretty effective, actually. I've been amazed how far a little airflow through a big heatsink can go.
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I don't see any problem with sharing a heatsink. If the heatsink took up the majority of the space in that 1.5 U I think it would be pretty effective, actually. I've been amazed how far a little airflow through a big heatsink can go.
i think they mentioned they were using the case as well to cool. not sure which part it is cooling though. their componet layout looks like its stacked, with gpu face up on the chassis, with cpu face down with there boards back to back, then the drive on the bottom plate.
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obviously other operating systems can be put on but this seems to have spawned out of SteamOS..

so when is SteamOS out of beta? or is it a HL3 situation again
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obviously other operating systems can be put on but this seems to have spawned out of SteamOS..

so when is SteamOS out of beta? or is it a HL3 situation again

HL3 was in Beta? wink.gif
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It has a 65w CPU.

Gtx 760 has 170w Tdp.
Gtx 760m has 55w Tdp.

That is a very small case.

I rest my case.
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post #39 of 142
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It has a 65w CPU.

Gtx 760 has 170w Tdp.
Gtx 760m has 55w Tdp.

That is a very small case.

I rest my case.

people seem to be missing that this is smaller and more portable than a laptop and still very powerful for decent 1080p gaming at medium-high (but not v high or ultra) settings 30-60fps on the big screen.
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people seem to be missing that this is smaller and more portable than a laptop and still very powerful for decent 1080p gaming at medium-high (but not v high or ultra) settings 30-60fps on the big screen.

I'm not arguing about performance, I'm arguing about the specs.
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