Colorful Shows Motherboard with integrated Nvidia GTX 1070 GPU

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  1. maize1951

    maize1951 Master Guru

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    Windows 10 killed the idea of building an HTPC with a cable-card tuner unless you use Windows 7 in it (with turned off automatic updates and GWX Control panel installed).
     
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  2. Luka_Aveiro

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    This seems like a very good steam machine.

    VR ready PC marketing bla bla bla
     
  3. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    I would love this for my living room PC. It would replace my Alienware Alpha. :D
     
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    cowie Ancient Guru

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    oh great now $1200 consoles :)

    the first custom 1070 card I seen its pretty cool
     

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    icedman Maha Guru

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    I remember back in the 400 series days they tried this with gtx 460 its a cool idea but it never took off or at least i never saw it for sale.
     
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    40 years from now you can sell it on Ebay for 60k
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    That's exactly how my HTPC looks right now. Win7 Pro 64bit. Won't ever run Win10 ;)
     
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    Just buy a case with a PCIe riser card (e.g. Fractal Design Node 202).
     
  9. Yogi

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    Enthusiast class GPU. Check.
    LGA1151 for an I5 6500. Probably.
    8 GB RAM. Easy
    HDMI and possibly Displayport. Check.
    Loads of USB ports. Check.
    Built down to a price. Check.

    1 barebones, VR ready computer in a tiny case.

    Possibly for commercial application? VR cafes?
     
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    maize1951 Master Guru

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    I'm also using EPG123 which is connected to Schedules Direct for my program guide because Microsoft could sneak it's Windows 10 "update" thru its program guide update service and because Microsoft's EPG service has been very erratic in updating it's program guide the last few months, often updating it just a few days before it expires.
     
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  11. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Still not that small. The NFC S4 Mini is small, but requires a bit of work just for at the most a 970(very expensive too), and you may run into throttling and power issues with it. This motherboard would be perfect for it.
     
  12. thatguy91

    thatguy91 Ancient Guru

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    How come?
     
  13. Musouka

    Musouka Master Guru

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    If you want small without too many sacrifices (quite pricey though).

    The GPU Motherboard will need cooling for both the CPU and GPU which will increase the footprint. You would need a custom-made case for this one (or a big one that fits bigger motherboards).
     
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    It's okay if pricing is good.
     

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