MSI has recently introduced its new Mini Cubi 3 Silent PCs. Designed to include in a package as small as possible a computer with adequate performance, these mini computers are completely passive. And they are designed to be employed both in the living room of a home and in a modern office. With the possibility of being able to take it everywhere. Mini computers have made a dent in our life little by little. Since Intel introduced the NUC concept, many manufacturers have been excited. To try luck in this complicated segment. Zotac is the manufacturer that most efforts are dedicated to this segment, and with good results in addition. MSI is not far behind as evidenced by the fact that these new mini-computers are already in their third generation.
The MSI Cubi 3 Silent and Silent S are designed to be completely silent. Since the processor that can be installed on them has to be a model of the U series of Intel Kaby Lake. This ensures its users that consumption of the processor never exceed 65 W . Even more is that to dissipate the heat, MSI has created an aluminum refrigerator. It is exposed to the surrounding air currents. The MSI Cubi 3 Silent and Silent S are barebones with many possibilities.
The new mini computers MSI Cubi 3 Silent and Silent S are barebones. As for MSI we sell the box and the motherboard. Being our responsibility to install on the motherboard the processor, RAM and storage we want. To this effect, MSI offers in its Cubi 3 Silent the possibility of installing up to 32 GB of RAM DDR4 2133, an SSD for M.2 NVMe. Either the latter as the only storage unit. Or as a complement to a 2.5-inch drive (solid or mechanical).
Both types of computers are virtually identical. But its big difference between models is its I / O. Because although the Silent model carries :
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1
The Silent S model is more oriented to the industrial environment. With what carries the following I / O:
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1
Side 2 x USB 2.0
2 x RJ45
RJ45 to COM
MSI has not given details on when the sale of these mini PCs will start. There is no word on theri price tags as well.
Posted by Mohit Sharma on October 23, 2017
in Technology News