Compulab Airtop



For years Compulab produces Mini PC fanless (you read new Fitlet-T and Intense PC IPC2 launched before Christmas?), But the new range includes models Airtop definitely more powerful, the best performing launched to date by the company. Airtop is also larger, although its size (304 x 254 x 101 mm) are quite compact compared to a standard desktop computer, but what is special about this PC is its passive cooling system. It can dissipate up to 200 watts of power, so you can use it as PC gaming, servers, or other applications where a less powerful as any model Fit-PC would not meet.

Airtop is available in several configurations, including a model with an Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 and another with Intel Xeon E3 and Nvidia Quadro M4000. There is also a barebones version that should support any chips compatible with socket LGA 1150. It can be equipped with (up to) 32GB of DDR3-1866 RAM and can handle up to four screens 4K. Also it has two Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, one PCIe x16 slot, two mini PCIe slot and several USB 3.0 ports and USB 2.0. For the most demanding customers, the computer has an optional module FACE, which adds USB ports and Ethernet.

Compulab Airtop


The prices, however, will not be accessible: the barebones model starts at $ 1,128, which reach up to $ 2,999 for the server version of high-end. Airtop-G, for example, dedicated to gamers with Core i7 and GeForce GTX 950 is on sale for $ 1,968 (base price). Essentially, Compulab Airtop is not cheap, but it is also one of the few computer (or server) gaming with dedicated graphics chip high power and completely passive cooling system for the lowest noise.




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