- 1 – Overview
- 2 – Gallery
- 3 – Gallery: inside the BRIX
- 4 – CPU and GPU Data
- 5 – Benchmarks
- 6 – Agressive Throttling and Noise
- 7 – Conclusion
3 – Gallery: inside the BRIX
Removing four screws on the botton panel makes it possible to access to BRIX’s internals:
The BRIX accepts two kind of SSD: the regular 2.5-inch SSD and the mSATA SSD. The 2.5-inch SSD can be fixed on the bottom panel. I installed a Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB.
The mSATA SSD can be installed near the wireless module.
For the CPU memory, the BRIX requires DDR3 memory with low voltage: 1.35V. Two memory modules can be intalled. I intalled a 8GB 1600MHz Patriot module.
4 thoughts on “GIGABYTE BRIX GTX 760 Compact Gaming PC Kit Review (GB-BXi5G-760)”
1344 CUDA cores, 112 TMUs and 24 ROPs it’s desktop 660Ti actually
6GB VRAM is excellent :O 🙂 but Brix GTX 760 is crap for gaming because it’s much slower than GTX 760 reference. :S lool
Do you think running the Brix without it’s case on would help the overheating? (when i say case i mean like leaving off the side panel with the ethernet port/HDMI/USB but keeping the top on)
Nice idea with that Box, but the components aren’t efficient enough for that small box. Its nice to have High-End-Components in such a small case, but if you can’t use it under full utilization, this is senseless.
Zotac do that better with his ZBox EN760. Yes its not as fast as this box (before the Brix-Box throtteling the GPU), but its quiet, it doesn’t overheat and it doesn’t need to throttle the GPU under long time utilization.
Perhaps Gigabyte develop a new Box and solving that problems, than its a real nice small PC
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