Zotac has announced several minigame PCs with Ryzen processors as part of the Computex trade show. They are equipped with small Nvidia GPUs from the GTX 10 series. It concerns the GTX 1060 and 1070.
Computerbase writes that the precise details of the new mini PCs are still missing, for example what kind of Ryzen processor it is. The site only reports that it is a processor with a TDP of 65W. The PCs with the AMD CPUs are part of the Magnus series and have the designation ER51060 and ER51070, depending on the GPU present. These are the Zotac Mini variants of Nvidia’s GTX 1060 and 1070.
The mini PCs are equipped with various connections, including four USB 3.0 connections on the back and one on the front. There is also a USB-C connection on that side. In addition to the Ryzen models, there are variants with Kaby Lake processors. They are designated EK51060 and EK51070.
Furthermore, Zotac is launching a new brand for gaming PCs, called Zotac Gaming. Under that brand, it has announced the arrival of a gaming PC called MEK, of which further details are not yet available. Zotac has already published a teaser.