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BIOSTAR RACING P1 Mini-PC

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Biostar's tiny RACING P2 mini-PC is an Intel Atom-based compute unit built for basic desktop and web use with a minimal footprint. Ready to support 5050 LEDs, the Intel Z8350 Quad Core Biostar RACING P1 comes with everything you need for your basic PC needs.

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I believe the x7-Z8750 would've been even better since it has HD Graphics 405 in it.
 
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I believe the x7-Z8750 would've been even better since it has HD Graphics 405 in it.
I'm not sure the more EU would show in a mini-PC scenario, while the x7 would make it significantly more expensive perhaps. The z8500 only has HD graphics indeed, but it has dual channel support which can help with IGP performance and it offers higher CPU clocks too. It's all about the price.
 
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