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    Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    Intel Skylake, DDR4 memory and NVMe storage in the palm of your hand.
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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    In case you're interested, the integrated HD 520 graphics returned a score of just 886 in the popular 3DMark Fire Strike test.
    According to the 3DMark '13 score thread, that's between a mobile A10-4600M (793) and desktop A10 5800k (1054). I play a lot of games on my A10 4600m still, and they all run pretty acceptably at low to medium settings. That's actually pretty impressive graphical performance for a U-series processor...

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    I see that you used 2 x 16GB memory for the build. Did you have any issues with compatibility and the bios recognising that much ram? The specifications say that 16GB is the maximum. So I am very curious about compatibility with larger modules.

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    1Day, we had no issues at all running with dual 16GB modules. The system's maximum supported memory size is 32GB total.

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    Cheers for that, I know the CPU has no issue with 32GB of memory as I have used one before. The Giga web site claims the max is only 16GB, might be worth while getting Nigel to get TW to update the spec page.

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    Hi 1Day
    The BSi5T-6200 is DDR4 and supports 32GB and is listed as such on our website, whereas the BSi5-6200 is DDR3L only and that is limited to 8GB kits, so with only two DIMM slots it’s a maximum of 16GB.
    You might have just entered the part number wrong.

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    Quote Originally Posted by GIGA-Man View Post
    Hi 1Day
    The BSi5T-6200 is DDR4 and supports 32GB and is listed as such on our website, whereas the BSi5-6200 is DDR3L only and that is limited to 8GB kits, so with only two DIMM slots it’s a maximum of 16GB.
    You might have just entered the part number wrong.
    I must have, thought I simply clicked the link on the review. But that makes sense and thank you.

    The link to the product page is correct. the link to the Scan page shows 16GB
    Last edited by 1Day; 14-03-2016 at 06:17 PM.

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    Re: Gigabyte Brix GB-BSi5T-6200

    Does anyone know if this supports VMWare Vt-d ?

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