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Colorful show off an Intel Skylake motherboard with a built in GTX 1070 GPU

Colorful show off an Intel Skylake motherboard with a built in GTX 1070 GPU

Colorful show off a Intel Skylake motherboard with a built in GTX 1070 GPU

Colorful show off an Intel Skylake motherboard with a built in GTX 1070 GPU

 

Colorful have shown off an Intel Skylake motherboard that has a built-in GTX 1070 GPU, offering a tonne of potential CPU and GPU performance on a single PCB. 

This motherboard is the combination of an Intel B150 chipset motherboard and a Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU, creating what is effectively an ultra high-end PC that would fit into the form factor of a console. 

It is clear that this motherboard does not fit any standard ATX layouts, making it likely that this motherboard will be used in some kind of compact gaming PC product or a future Steam machine. This motherboard uses SODIMM memory slots and has two mini-PCIe slots that will likely be used for a wireless card or potentially a small SSD storage device.  

  Colorful show off a Intel Skylake motherboard with a built in GTX 1070 GPU

 

Right now it is unclear what this motherboard/GPU will eventually be used in, but it is clear that this combination has a lot of potential in the small form factor gaming market. 

 

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04-06-2016, 08:29:35

jimma47
Could be interesting. SODIMM memory, and M(?) or M2 Sata storage? Would make an amazing media centre pc. The next NUC? Or the evolution of it.Quote

04-06-2016, 10:21:51

SilentDeus
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Originally Posted by jimma47 View Post
Could be interesting. SODIMM memory, and M(?) or M2 Sata storage? Would make an amazing media centre pc. The next NUC? Or the evolution of it.
This is primarily speculation, but I believe this is what'll be powering VR for consoles. Those 'graphics accelerator boxes' may have something like this inside them. Your thoughts?Quote

04-06-2016, 11:50:30

semitope
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Originally Posted by SilentDeus View Post
This is primarily speculation, but I believe this is what'll be powering VR for consoles. Those 'graphics accelerator boxes' may have something like this inside them. Your thoughts?
not likely. probably a small PC. The whole thing looks like doing way too much just for a specific form factor. Its glued together GPU PCB and motherboard when they might get the same result with mitx GPU with PCI-e riser.Quote

04-06-2016, 12:30:41

demonking
If it wasn't for the size I would have suggested a laptop. The way the io is laid out is very similar to a laptop. If it was console everything would be on one side. And any kind of pc would need power connectors but it looks like this will use an external psu. I'm still thinking laptop but it just looks way to big.Quote

04-06-2016, 12:40:25

RickPlaysWarr
I would say it looks like some sort of Living room PC or Steam Machine. Judging from the size of the socket I think its too big to be a laptop. I would love to see what the cooling solution will be for the CPU and GPU on this board.

--Rick--Quote
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