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- Core i9-9900K + GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6 GB, both passively cooled
- 7.5 liter all-metal housing
- Completely fanless
- Linux Mint 19.3 pre-installed
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MintBox3 Pro is a high-performance fanless Linux workstation. Key features: ➤ 8 cores 9th generation Intel Core i9-9900K ➤ NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti graphics card ➤ 32 GB RAM (can be upgraded up 128 GB) ➤ 1 TB Samsung NVMe SSD (can be upgraded to 2x NVME + 4x 2.5″ SATA SSD/ HDD) ➤7x 4K display outputs - 2x Gbit Ethernet ➤ Wi-Fi 802.11ac + BT 4.2 ➤ 2x 10 Gbps USB 3.1 gen2 + 7x 5 Gbps USB 3.1 ➤ Front and back audio jacks ➤ Ready to use with Linux Mint pre-installed
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Upon initial boot, LinuxMint 19.3 loaded without a hitch. Wireless and Ethernet were operational. Networking (Samba) was not part of the LM19.3 install. I’ve always had to install it myself in past LM releases.
The I3M (Integrated Interactive Information Monitor) display on the front panel was not fully functional on my machine after initial boot, in that it was not displaying CPU and GPU temperatures and core frequencies. An email to firstname.lastname@example.org got me a quick response and fix. The I3M, is a nice bit of “bling”, not really necessary, but probably nice to have for trouble-shooting.
I chose the MintBox3 as a replacement for my old desktop because of the ability to install and swap four SSD drives quickly and easily. The patent disk cartridge system is, though not as easy as “hot-swap” bays, pretty slick. I also wanted something that won’t be obsolete in a few years. This is obviously a “state-of-the art” custom commercial-grade computer, branded and pre-loaded with LinuxMint. I realize that I may be "out of my league" in purchasing a machine obviously designed and built for computer pros, but it's damn nice to own something this cool (no pun intended)! If I have any second thoughts, it’s whether I should have bought the MintBox3 Pro instead of the MintBox3 Basic. The Basic has more speed and capabilities than I will ever need. But after all, if you are buying a fancy sports car, wouldn’t you order the bigger engine? On the other hand, the difference between the Pro and the Basic is configuration, they are basically the same machine and up-grading should be easy.