Gigabyte detailed the BRIX PCs rising on Jasper Lake processors that went through the 10 nm process that Intel announced at the last CES fair. Models stand out with their compact structure.
Far Eastern computer components manufacturer Gigabyte targets those looking for compact computers with the BRIX family.
BRIX with Intel Jasper Lacquer
The new BRIX solutions are based on the Jasper Lake processors Intel detailed at the last CES show. The chips that go through the 10 nm process offer up to 60% performance increase compared to the previous generation with 2933 MHz memory support.
Going to a fanless design on the GB-BMCE-4500C, one of the compact cases based on the 4-core Pentium N6005 and the 2-core Celeron N4500, is a plus for those planning a quiet HTPC.
BRIX computers that come with HDMI 2.0b and Mini DP 1.4b outputs can offer a 60 Hz refresh rate at 3840×2160 resolution via the integrated UHD Graphics 605 unit.
In the models that come with the NVMe slot where the 2-channel PCIe interface is provided, the 2.5 ” HSSD / SSD slot is also not neglected.
On the wireless side, the Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 3168 card with 433 Mbps Wi-Fi AC and Bluetooth 4.2 is loaded. Finally, the prices of the models are not shared.