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GKmini: Beelink announces a new mini-PC with a disappointing SoC

Started by Redaktion, April 16, 2021, 15:58:18

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The GKmini is another mini-PC from Beelink, and one that is smaller than many of its other machines. The inclusion of a Celeron J4125 is underwhelming though, as is the reliance on SATA drives.


For what these mini PCs are aimed at, which is light office work or hosting streaming applications in a corporate environment, I find the J4125 impressively capable, certainly better than I expected it to be.

I already have a China clone GKV3 seen here:


It is a well balanced system imo and perfect for kids to get schoolwork done on or parents to do the essentials online, etc. It even runs retro emulation decently well all things considered.

Not sure why you would need NVMe over SATA when the CPU is as limited as it is. With proper heat sinking / cooling mine holds 10W and 2.7GHz indefinitely on all 4 cores.

It even runs Windows and Linux just fine too and makes a nice low-powered multi-purpose home web server for personal use.

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