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Gigabyte Unveils the GB-AEGT Gaming All-in-One Barebone

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Gigabyte's barebone PC offering is growing still, with the Taiwanese company currently preparing the release of another model, the GB-AEGT All-in-One. Claimed to be gaming-friendly, this new AiO features a 24-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED-backlit display with 2-point multi-touch, an Intel H61 Mini-ITX motherboard, Core i3/i5/i7 (LGA 1155) processor support , and one PCI-Express x16 slot that can handle a dual-slot graphics card.

    Gigabyte's barebone also has a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD dock, two DDR3-1333 memory slots (for up to 8 GB of RAM), two Mini PCIe slots, one 3.5-inch drive bay, a slim optical drive slot, a webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, optional WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1, a 4-in-1 card reader, two USB 3.0 ports, and D-Sub and HDMI outputs. The GB-AEGT has not been priced or dated.

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    7750/7770 would be a nice fit then. Not much power needed and not much heat added.
     
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    finally an AIO with proper specs
     
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    Hey, Just change the Gigabyte name on front to STEAM POWERED and you have the Steambox : )
     
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    IMO looks wise it's kind of ugly. Kind of a deformed laptop. :eek:
     
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    Agreed. Specs are nice though.
     
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    even though its kinda ugly, I really like this. Being able to have a desktop GPU in an AIO is FANTASTIC! Great for architects/engineers so there is more room on the desk for drawings.
     
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    Well I like it.

    How are they delivering power to this? Surely they aren’t using just some power brick. It must be a full fledged PSU.
     
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    You never eat, drink, while gaming? Every human being needs room :toast:
     
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    hahaha, i just need more room on my desk for work. I'm still a uni student so i'm too poor to buy another desk D:
     
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    I’ll also add that there may be a possibility that you can upgrade the motherboard (with another Gigbyte of the same formfactor) and CPU. Personally I’d like to see a case standard for this form factor for single and dual slot video cards. Also I’d like to see a standard for portables like laptops thus making motherboard / CPU upgrades easy.
     

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