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Gigabyte comes with Brix minicomputer with Braswell chip
Gigabyte comes on the market with a model of its Brix mini-computers which is equipped with a processor from the new Braswell-line of Intel. The GB-BACE-3000 has an Intel Celeron N3000 aboard and the chance that the minicomputer will be fanless because of the TDP of 4W.
The news turns out not officially published documentation from Gigabyte which Fanless Tech has handled to get to know. The 14nm-Braswell chips are the successor of the Bay Trail-D socs, produced on 22nm. The extra-efficient chips are designed for low-end desktops and mobile devices. The N3000 is a dual core with clock speed of 1,04GHz, a burst frequency of 2,08GHz and a TDP of 4W. The minicomputer does include support for Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 4.0, and there are four USB 3.0 ports. The video output is via VGA or HDMI.
Furthermore, the GB-BACE-3000 has a housing made of 56.1 to 107.6 at 114.4 millimeters, and there is space on board memory module for one of up to 8GB at a rate of 1600MHz. There is finally room for one 2.5 “drive with a SATA600 interface. Whether and when the minicomputer from Gigabyte in the Benelux will be available is not yet known. Also, the price is still unknown. The Bay Trail -M counterpart to the BACE-GB-3000, GB-BXBT-2807, will cost on average about 140 euros in the Pricewatch.
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