We offer the barebones ZOTAC MAGNUS mini bone with RTX 3070 worth €1,700. Here is how to participate.
Introducing a powerful mini gaming computer for 1700€
In cooperation with Zotac, we give up the new brand
MAGNUS EN173070C Barebone with Geforce RTX 3070 and Intel Core i7-11800H Octa-Core
It is worth approximately 1,700 euros. Zotac packs powerful gaming consoles into a housing measuring just 2.65 liters and measuring 21 x 20 x 6.2 cm. This means that the mini PC is smaller than current game consoles from Microsoft and Sony and doesn’t just look good in the living room. You can easily play games in QHD quality on PC and of course also use it for creative work.
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MAGNUS EN173070C Abstract
, which still have to be individually equipped with a working memory and data storage. Two DDR4 SODIMM and M.2 NVMe slots are available for this purpose. 2.5 inch HDD or SSD can also be installed.
More information about the new MAGNUS EN173070C Barebone
A much smaller computer than today’s game consoles, but with an RTX 3060, 3070, or 3080. You have to get that right first. Apparently, that’s not a problem for Zotac, because the manufacturer managed to pack NVIDIA’s 30-series RTX-series into its installed square mini PC case.
From the MAGNUS-EN series (more info here)
With a compact size (2.65 liters) and dimensions of only 21 x 20 cm in area and a height of 6.2 cm, MAGNUS-EN Mini PCs are ideal as a living room computer or small student board. Depending on your desired performance and budget, you can choose between two models with an eight-core Intel Core i7-11800H processor along with a portable RTX 3070 or 3080. 11400H with RTX 3060 mobile.
All configurations are suitable for smooth gaming at high to very high settings.
On the RTX 3060
Full HD would be the perfect resolution for that,
On PC with RTX 3070
In the box with RTX 3080
You can really let it rip in 4K/UHD. Even creative work — from editing photos and video to calculating special effects — isn’t a problem with computers.
Easy to connect and expandable
By the way, the MAGNUS-EN series are stereotypes that you can equip individually with working memory and data storage. Two DDR4 SODIMM slots are available for up to 64GB of RAM. If you don’t know what the term SODIMM means: these are the smaller RAM modules that are also used in laptops.
MAGNUS EN173070C Abstract: Case can be opened without tools
For data storage, you can install two M.2 NVMe SSD drives – one with PCIe 4.0 – and a 2.5-inch HDD or SSD. The shell can be easily opened without tools for installation – all slots and inserts are directly accessible from the underside.
MAGNUS EN173070C Boneless: connections on the front
It is also very easy to put frequently needed connections to the fore. We have USB 3.1, then USB-C with Thunderbolt 4 functionality, an SD card reader, a microphone, and a headphone jack.
MAGNUS EN173070C Boneless: Connections at the back
The back is easier to connect. There’s room for four USB 3.1 devices – and right on top of that, as with the dedicated graphics card, there’s a total of 4 display outputs, two of which are HDMI 2.1 and two of which are Displayport 1.4a, all of which can be used at the same time. There are also two detachable antennas for the built-in WIFI 6 and Bluetooth 5 unit. Those who prefer to use cables can connect to two networks at the same time thanks to two LAN ports – one with a maximum speed of one gigabit and one with a capacity of 2.5 gigabit.
It goes without saying that with this device you are up to date and ready to go with Windows 11. And you can tell that Zotac sticks to the quality of their products by the fact that there is a standard 3 year warranty and this can be upgraded to 5 for free after the years of registration can be extended.
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