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Gigabyte Brix Pro ultra small form factor barebones kit GB-BXi7-5775
Quad boot array: Win 10 Skip Ahead I.P., Win 10 Retail, Win 8.1, Macrium PE
I7-5775R, 77 watt max including 12 watt max integrated GPU
16GB dual channel G-Skill DDR3L SODIMM @ 1866mhz (10-10-10-32)
Graphics Card(s):
Intel Iris Pro 6200 integrated
Monitor(s) Displays:
TCL 49" 4K 5-Series 49S515, Dell 24" E2414H
Hard Drives:
Samsung Evo 860 500GB mSATA SSD, Seagate ST1000LM049 2.5" 1TB 128MB cache 7200rpm HDD, various recycled enterprise drives in external enclosures, various Win To Go flash drives, Asus 16x Blu-Ray burner BW-16D1X-U
150w 19v adapter, whole system protected by two line interactive UPS
4.5" x 4.4" x 2.5"
Logitech K350, Microsoft Arc 1392
Elecom M-XT3DRBK trackball, Logitech: M510, F710 gamepad, Extreme 3D Pro flight stick
Other Info:
This ultra small but fast workstation, HTPC, and modest gamer delivers uniquely high, statistical outlier performance from it's whopping 12 watt integrated graphics. (PassMark 3D scores from 2550 to 3150 depending on O.S.)

Second PC
Computer Type PC/Desktop
System Manufacturer/Model Number DFI DT122-BE
OS Multi-boot: various
CPU AMD RX-427BB, industrial 35 watt quad core
Motherboard Mini-ITX: DFI BE170
Memory 16GB, G Skill Intl F3-1866C11-8GRSL
Graphics Card Zotac GTX-1060, (GP104 GPU and 6GB GDDR5X) ZT-P10620A-10M
Monitor(s) Displays Vizio 50" 4K V-series V505-G9, TCL 50" 4K 5-Series 49S515
Keyboard Logitech K360 and K400
Mouse Elecom M-XT3DRBK trackball, Logitech F710 Wireless gamepad & Extreme 3D Pro Joystick
PSU Rosewill Lepton 500w Gold, semi modular
Case DIYPC DIY-F2-O, m-ATX (to fit the GTX 1060)
Hard Drives SuperBoot SB2 mSATA SSD, Seagate 2.5" 1TB 128MB cache 7200rpm ST1000LM049, various externals.
Other Info Experiment: $100 industrial mini-ITX barebone from ebay, transplanted to m-ATX case to fit $200 GTX 1060. The SSD, HDD, memory, PSU, etc I had lying around. Voila! I'm up and gaming at 1440p with ultra settings, driving about 2150" sq. of HDR monitors. Sure the 35 watt CPU bottlenecks the card in benchmarks, but this mongrel games just fine! Now I can hold off for YEARS while prices drop!

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