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Zotac MAGNUS ZBOX-EN1060-P-U-i3 GTX 1060 GDDR5 8GB Memory 32GB M.2 SATA SSD Black Mini / Booksize $530 AC + FS

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  • Intel Skylake Core i3-6100T (dual-core 3.2 GHz)
  • 2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2400/2133 (install 8GB Memory)
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5
  • 32GB M.2 SATA SSD
  • OS is not included
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I dont suppose CPU is upgradeable is it?
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anybody can confirm whether we can add a 2.5 SSD to this machine ?
THe specs looks nice but the 32GB M.2... i do not get it
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I dont suppose CPU is upgradeable is it?
I imagine one of the 6xxxt's would work, like 6400t
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anybody can confirm whether we can add a 2.5 SSD to this machine ?
THe specs looks nice but the 32GB M.2... i do not get it
From its specs, it can add 2.5" SDD/HDD
"Hard Drive 2.5" SATA 6Gbps HDD/SSD slot"
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anybody can confirm whether we can add a 2.5 SSD to this machine ?
THe specs looks nice but the 32GB M.2... i do not get it
seems like it from some video reviews:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnQhX6sn_Ng
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I dont suppose CPU is upgradeable is it?
Yes, must be a lower wattage T cpu. For Skylake, the fastest processor would be an i7 6700T.
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Would a heavily underclocked 6700k work assuming the BIOS is happy with it?
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Yes, must be a lower wattage T cpu. For Skylake, the fastest processor would be an i7 6700T.

Thanks. I'm not sure how feasible an upgrade would be, doesnt seem to be too easy to find skylake cpus at least in newegg. I really wanted one of these but not sure of an i3 model. Alienware Alphas are gone from the site, no more R2s, not sure if Zotac has updated these with newer cpus.
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Thanks. I'm not sure how feasible an upgrade would be, doesnt seem to be too easy to find skylake cpus at least in newegg. I really wanted one of these but not sure of an i3 model. Alienware Alphas are gone from the site, no more R2s, not sure if Zotac has updated these with newer cpus.
You can find used 6600T's on ebay, but you'd be looking at spending an additional $200 or so. I impulse bought this deal in the hopes I'll be able to use a 6700K I've been sitting on, though I have my doubts Zotac gives you the necessary power settings in BIOS for me to underclock to 35W TDP.
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You can find used 6600T's on ebay, but you'd be looking at spending an additional $200 or so. I impulse bought this deal in the hopes I'll be able to use a 6700K I've been sitting on, though I have my doubts Zotac gives you the necessary power settings in BIOS for me to underclock to 35W TDP.

How about i5s? Unless its not much more to buy an i7, maybe an i5 would be a good option? Or is the i3 generally "good enough" unless you jump to the i7?
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anybody can confirm whether we can add a 2.5 SSD to this machine ?
THe specs looks nice but the 32GB M.2... i do not get it
get a bigger m.2 in it, why bother with 2.5 ssd if it's almost the same price
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Lots of very poor Amazon customer reviews for these. [amazon.com] Watch out if you're thinking of buying one.
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I dont suppose CPU is upgradeable is it?
https://www.techradar.com/reviews...nus-en1060

Review says it's not replaceable. Maybe it's just a bare chip like in laptops, but if it's soldered...

Note: Just looking at the size of this thing, it would have to move a lot of air to keep it cool enough for long gaming sessions. The older/more expensive units were water cooled.
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Lots of very poor Amazon customer reviews for these. [amazon.com] Watch out if you're thinking of buying one.
lots of gpu failures, eesh
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