New powerful mini PC with Intel 9th Generation CPU and NVIDIA GTX 1650 GPU


Today we are introducing a powerful new mini-PC based on the 9th generation Intel Core processor family and featuring a dedicated NVIDIA GTX 1650 GPU. A combination with which we will be able to play without problems in quality 1080p to the majority of titles of the market, this GPU defends perfectly with demanding games AAA.

This new mini PC is similar to others we have already seen in power, but this version has a metal case that helps dissipate the heat generated more efficiently and quickly, plus the internal fan of the CPU seems quieter.

Processor, RAM and storage

In this new mini PC we have processors in three variants, Intel Core i3-9100F with four cores, Core i5-9400F with six cores and Core i7-9700F with eight cores. A range of processors that do not integrate GPUs, for that aspect we have the graphics card NVIDIA GTX 1650 with 4 GB of RAM GDDR6 dedicated which ensures maximum performance.

As for the RAM and storage we have version without anything (barebone) or combinations with 8/16/32 GB of RAM with two DDR4 sockets. For storage, we have an NVMe M.2 port and the option to buy it with a 128/256/512 GB or 1/2 TB SSD. We also have the option to mount a 2.5 inch SSD / HD disk with SATA3 interface, as it has space for it inside the case.

Other specifications

This mini PC includes for network connectivity with M.2 Wi-Fi card without specifying the type or if it also integrates Bluetooth, we also have a Gigabit network port. The connectors are grouped at the back where we have two USB 3.0 ports, five USB 2.0 ports, two Wifi antenna connectors, two 3.5 mm audio jacks, DC for power, DisplayPort connector, HDMI output and a DVI port.

Price and Availability

  • Kingdel NC610 mini PCs with Intel 9gen + GTX 1650 configuration can be purchased at Aliexpress.com from $475 (€414) in its barebone version with Intel Core i3.

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