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GIGABYTE BRIX GB-BNi7HG6-1060 (rev. 1.0) Intel HM175 Mini-PC Barebone $749.99

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Found this while I was shopping for new Aorus motherboard. This is like the smallest size you can get to have a i7 processor with GTX1060. This is like the Alienware alpha but smaller in size but with more powerful CPU and GPU since Alienware has discontinued the alpha series. Please do note this requires additional RAM and SSD.

It comes with 3 Years Warranty! Just verified with Gigabyte over the phone.

Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 2.8 GHz / 3.80 GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, DDR5 6GB
Supports NVIDIA Discrete Technology (featuring Quad displays: mini DP x 2, HDMI x 2 Output)
2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2133
Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD, 7.0/9.5mm thick

GTX 1060
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1 . no longer valid

Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 2.8 GHz / 3.80 GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050ti, DDR5 4GB
2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2133
Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD, 7.0/9.5mm thick

GTX 1050TI $643.89 - $50 rebate. $593.89
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6856164113

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I bet this thing will keep you warm in the winter, not gonna lie I would love to have it though
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1050Ti white version is 594$ after rebate.
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1050Ti white version is 594$ after rebate.
YoureWrong1050Ti white version is 594$ after rebate.
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I love these, I was hoping one would go on sale but I ended up building an ITX system.
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I mean its lean, its mean and it costs a prem.

But thats not too bad. I dont recall, but if the gpu isnt replaceable it might be a bad idea.

Its solid for sure, but not exactly adjustable when these components start to age. If you can swap the gpu one day, thatd really help.
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I love these, I was hoping one would go on sale but I ended up building an ITX system.
I just built my ITX system too. I went with a Gigabyte ab350N wifi with Ryzen 2400G. 16GB trident z 3200mhz ram and 256gb 970 Evo. Wondering if I should return it and just buy this instead. Its no longer that 1149 pricing that I have been watching since launch.
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I just built my ITX system too. I went with a Gigabyte ab350N wifi with Ryzen 2400G. 16GB trident z 3200mhz ram and 256gb 970 Evo. Wondering if I should return it and just buy this instead. Its no longer that 1149 pricing that I have been watching since launch.
How much did you spend on your setup?
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I mean its lean, its mean and it costs a prem.

But thats not too bad. I dont recall, but if the gpu isnt replaceable it might be a bad idea.

Its solid for sure, but not exactly adjustable when these components start to age. If you can swap the gpu one day, thatd really help.
The GPU is built in. Its not replaceable just like the Alienware alpha. However I just got off the phone and this does come with 3 years warranty like when you purchase a new graphic card.
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How much did you spend on your setup?
About 600 with tax included. I havent bought a power supply and case. >_<
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About 600 with tax included. I havent bought a power supply and case. >_<
I would just keep your setup at this point - Its a pain RMA'ing and most likely some lines aren't returnable. Best part about the build is you're free to upgrade the GPU a few years from now.
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I would just keep your setup at this point - Its a pain RMA'ing and most likely some lines aren't returnable. Best part about the build is you're free to upgrade the GPU a few years from now.
Gonna drop the balls and buy this as well. Gonna use this as my main desktop and the ryzen for media center. Gotta hunt for ITX case now.
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Ida 64 Stress test pushed this to 100C!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf2FQRfnWUs
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Isnt a DELL Inspiron 15 7577 with the i7 and 1060 a better deal since it comes with a monitor, mouse, keyboard and gain portability? you can game with the laptop just as good as this mini thing? The 7577 is cheaper if you catch it on sale.
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That's lot of money for a barebone. Factoring in ram, ssd and os, let alone warranty and your time/labor, buying a 7700hq laptop is cheaper to go.
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