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    CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    Tiny in size but packing decent gaming punch via Intel Iris Pro or discrete GPUs.
    Watch the show..

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    Re: CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    thats awesome finally a barebone gaming pc worth thinking about buying!

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    Re: CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    What happened to the AMD Kabini version? Intel pay you not to produce it gain?

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    Re: CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    Now thats what i call a decent product worth buying. Im not sure about the iris pro models as yet as i know little about it. They have thought of everything by bringing it in all your favourite flavours, AMD or Intel and future greatness of Nvidia graphics options too.. maybe i will skip building a SFF and just get one of these for the living room.

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    Re: CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    These look like neat little machines. It'll be interesting to see how they're priced.

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    Re: CES 2014 Live: Gigabyte Brix Pro and Gaming SFF PCs

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaffo View Post
    These look like neat little machines. It'll be interesting to see how they're priced.
    http://www.ambros.co.uk/product/1738/gigabyte-gb-bxi7-4500-core-i-7-barebone.html
    They have the i7 barebone, not the pro version as yet.. but its Price: £ 390.00 (£ 468.00 Inc VAT). I think i will wait to see if they mix it up with a Kaveri Cpu model, i don't need stacks of power.. just something to replace my old laptop for living room use.

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