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This thing will probably throttle after some time under a moderate gaming load ,but i expect nvidia to have worked a lot with gigabyte on the design to reduce heat output. Normal 760 consumes about 150W(thats actual usage TPD=170w) under a high gaming load, but nvidia OEM part reduces that by 40w(TPD 130w so that would maybe equal to 110W~ actual power usage ?) . It's 2014 now and i think nvidia could have it now reduced even more for brix gaming.
Edited by Martynas - 4/17/14 at 3:53pm
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Lol what that is a computer?
    
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yea a very small one you can customize(other than CPU and GPU).
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Seems like it is the desktop version.

I hope not, that means everything would be custom and more expensive, likely.

You hope they wouldn't have managed to fit a GTX 760 in a ultra small form factor? But if they only managed to fit the mobile variant you'd say it was weak. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. There's no pleasing you.
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Just when I was looking at the Iris Pro Brix... I doubt it's a full desktop varient 760 but regardless, I think I'll hold off on purchasing the Iris Pro one I was looking at until some more clarification on this one can be made, would still probably choose this over it anyways.
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You hope they wouldn't have managed to fit a GTX 760 in a ultra small form factor? But if they only managed to fit the mobile variant you'd say it was weak. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. There's no pleasing you.

The 760m plays games just fine, people need to get off the stigma that everyone must have the ability to play games at 60+ minimums with AA maxed / Ultra for a game to be entertaining.

I run off of 755m SLI and I have very enjoyable experiences, though this is slightly above 770m ability which in turn is around 860m from what I have read recently

Again, I will reiterate. I would hope its a mobile GPU with standardization, for the ability to upgrade to something later, instead of being stuck to what you have at time of purchase.
    
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Just when I was looking at the Iris Pro Brix... I doubt it's a full desktop varient 760 but regardless, I think I'll hold off on purchasing the Iris Pro one I was looking at until some more clarification on this one can be made, would still probably choose this over it anyways.
You might be very very surprised when you see the specs wink.gif Who knows it could be worse, or same, or better. GBT put in a lot of its engineering resources to make this work., i mean to even collaborate with nvidia on a single project like this is interesting.
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post #68 of 142
even if this cost more then 1k its worth it, it beats a mac mini nough said.

still i know im nit picking and expecting too much but i much prefer a 770 or even the ti version of the 760 instead of just a 760. the 760 is only as good as a 660ti and its only a 1080p card it wont push a 1440p screen let alone 4k unless its just video playback
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probably runs of magical fairy dust.
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probably runs of magical fairy dust.

If it's a full fledged GTX 760, it runs on AMD tears.

I don't think it's a desktop GTX 760. It would be very difficult to fit a full card like that into such a small space.
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