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    Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    Packs a Core i7-6700K, and your choice of GTX 1070/1080, in a 10 litre chassis.
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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    I wish they changed the colour scheme! But,not a bad design overall.


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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    Nice, although to be honest I'd be expecting something smaller for this kind of thing as there are already cases out there with similar and lower volumes which don't require the custom parts that this does.

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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    Isn't 10 litre pretty big ?

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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    Isn't 10 litre pretty big ?
    It's bigger than the DAN case A4-SFX which is 7.2L, but other very small, gaming capable SFF cases are 10-12L

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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    Nice to see that they've actually thought about helping keep the external cables tidy. I wonder how well it does with noise and cooling?

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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    In my mind this design could make cable management more challenging.

    - It looks like 90deg adapters would be necessary for most of the bottom ports.
    - The graphics card bracket sticks out and actually blocks a vacant 90deg DP adapter in the photo!
    - No bottom USB ports?
    - Description reads '3x USB-A 3.0 and 1x USB-C ports', it's apparent that two USB-A ports are at the front so I can only guess that the other two USB ports are at the back, leaving a mere single rear USB-A port.

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    Re: Gigabyte BRIX Gaming GT desktop introduced

    No external power adapter is nice

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