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post #51 of 142
lol why was everyone hesitant to believe it was a 760, they use the words "Fully fledged"?

Damn impressive btw, just hope it has a decent CPU to go with it for a balanced system, I wonder if it has been underclocked.

There also seems to be quite a bit of marketing praise from this "a small compact computer that can go against some of the best desktops out there" Really? or are the amount of people who own 670s, 770s upwards a "minority"?
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You can basically have this thing not even on your desk and taped to your monitor. This looks so insane!!!!!

What's next, your monitors start warping?
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post #53 of 142
Yup totally worth it
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What's next, your monitors start warping?

I will just leave this here....
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Tbh it would be much better if it used a GTX 750Ti as you want low power usage with a diddy thing like this and the performance will be similar overall
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I will just leave this here....

It was a joke, why so serious.
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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.

Look at what Apple managed with the Mac Pro. Custom motherboard to fit the GPUs at angles (I'm not sure if the GPUs are custom though) and a cooler used by all three processors. Yes, it throttles, but it's definitely feasible. I think Apple's biggest problem was only using a single fan and restricting airflow the way they did. This thing shouldn't have any airflow problems.

Of course, they could have just downclocked the card. Even then, it should perform quite well, though maybe only around the level of a 650Ti or 660. If it is actually the mobile variant, then it is a 650Ti with a different name, clockspeed, and TDP.


I'm a little unclear. Is there only a single SATA port? Like, can I use both mSATA and SATA, or am I limited to one or the other? If yes and if Gigabyte is cool, then they'll allow the consumer to RAID the drives. RAID 840 EVOs - one mSATA, one SATA, and 2TB of NAND flash.
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they also said this brix can push 4k content and do 3 screens. im not sure a 760M is capable of that?

that totally depends on the content. Older source and even newer source engine games will probably run ok on medium to high, 2d games isometric with lots of 3d effects will run ok, side scrolling 3d games like trine will probably run ok. Battlefield 4 doesn't run ok anyway due to bugs.. but yea newer more impressive games like Arma3, Crysis or MetroLL won't run with any speed other than on low settings at 4k but if the settings are tweaked then maybe..

don't forget 4x1080p = 4k so internally on the card or with a TV scaler there should be a large improvement over a standard 1080p screen and not much if any scaling problems so games could be upscaled and play on high too.

Just need GOG and Valve to bring more games to Linux with their custom UI's
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that totally depends on the content

Pretty much. I wouldn't expect to max out Crysis 3 with this, even at just 720p, and maintain 60FPS. On the other hand, you could probably run Pac-Man downscaled from 16k if you so desired.
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What's next, your monitors start warping?

warp 7 mr sulu please biggrin.gif
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