Mini-PC Gigabyte Brix Pro with Intel’s “Tiger Lake” processor Core i Gen. 11


Gigabyte uses numerous new functions of Intel’s 11th generation “Tiger Lake” Core-i processors for the mini-PCs of the “Brix Pro” family. This includes Thunderbolt 4 with USB 3.2 Gen 2, four HDMI 2.0 sockets, an M.2 socket with PCIe 4.0 x4, Ethernet according to 2.5GBase-T and Wi-Fi 6.

Three Tiger Lake versions of the Brix Pro have appeared on the Gigabyte website, with Intel’s 10 nm processors Core i7-1165G7 (Brix Pro BSi7-1165G7), Core i5-1135G7 (BSi5-1135G7) and Core i3-1115G4 (BSi3-1115G4).

All have the same equipment with external interfaces and internal expansion options. There are a total of six USB-A sockets and one Thunderbolt socket (USB-C), four HDMI connections, two Ethernet ports (the second with 1 GBit / s) and two WLAN antenna sockets (Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201). Two sockets each for DDR4 SODIMMs allow up to 64 GB of RAM and two M.2 sockets are available for SSDs.

Gigabyte equips all Tiger Lake Brix Pro with additional TPM 2.0 chips from Infineon.

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Gigabyte has not yet provided any information on prices and delivery dates. The predecessors with 10th generation Core i processors cost between 330 and 600 euros as barebones without RAM and SSD.

Gigabyte recently announced the Brix Pro types GB-BSRE-1605 and GB-BSRE-1505 with AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B and V1505B, also with up to four HDMI ports.


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