Reason 1：BRIX PC, Small size but infinite possibilities!
Throw away the HUGE DESKTOP PC! It's time to experience the power and compatibility of the mini PC!! The Ultra Compact GIGABYTE BRIX redefines high performance PCs by packing its potent performance capabilities into a compact PC weighing only 0.63 kg, easily fitting in the user’s hand.
Reason 2：Supports 8th Generation low-power Intel® Quad-core processors
GIGABYTE BRIX supports 8th Generation Intel® Quad-core processors which feature power-efficient 15W Intel® Core i5 and i7 models. From a simple internet access point to a high end multimedia station, the GIGABYTE BRIX provides a broad range of usage scenarios and the ultimate space flexibility. Energy efficient Quad-core processors deliver up to 40% faster performance compared to that of 7th gen processors! With IEEE 802.11 ac WI-FI and support for Bluetooth 4.2 the BRIX is the perfect choice for Home Theater, Office, digital signage, medical equipment, KIOSK platforms as well as IOT configurations.
Reason 3：Supports Turbo Boost & DDR4 Dual channel memory
GIGABYTE BRIX offers more computing power than ever with Intel’s new 14nm processors, which come with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0. It accelerates processor and graphics performance for peak loads, automatically allowing processor cores to run faster than the rated operating frequency if they’re operating below power, current, and temperature specification limits, giving users an extra burst of performance when needed.
GIGABYTE BRIX provides a 128-bit memory controller that supports DDR4 at up to 2400MHz. DDR4 is a type of synchronous dynamic random-access memory with a double data rate and high bandwidth interface. The primary advantages of DDR4 over its predecessor, DDR3, include higher module density and lower voltage requirements, coupled with higher data rate transfer speeds.
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