IBASE Technology, a supplier of embedded, industrial, and special-purpose PCs, this week introduced its compact desktop that uses NVIDIA GeForce graphics adapters in MXM Type-B form-factor. Officially, the SI-614 is called a digital signage player and comes with appropriate software. Meanwhile nothing can stop from using it as a gaming machine, assuming you can get one. The IBASE SI-614 comes in a neat SFF chassis measuring 256 × 160 × 69 mm and weighing around three kilograms (6.6 lbs). The system is based on the MBD614 motherboard featuring Intel’s H110 chipset and supporting Skylake and Kaby Lake processors, two DDR4-2133 SO-DIMMs (32 GB max), up to NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 graphics adapter in MXM Type-B form-factor (with four DisplayPort connectors, and one HDMI 1.4 for...

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