Kingdel NC610: A powerful mini-PC that packs an LGA 1151 socket and a desktop NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 GPU
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Kingdel has released another mini-PC, this time one with a choice of Coffee Lake-S processors and an NVIDIA Turing GPU. Understandably, the Kingdel's mini-PC is not fanless, but the machine does deliver a 65 W CPU and a 75 W GPU at the price of two small fans. Kingdel has called the machine the NC610, and it is available in 24 configurations.
All configurations come with two DDR4L-RAM slots, an M.2 NVMe slot and a 2.5-inch drive bay for adding an HDD or SSD. Kingdel has also included DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI connections, along with two USB 3.0 and five USB 2.0 Type-A ports. Additionally, the 280 x 200 x 65 mm machine has an RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet connection, dedicated headphone and microphone ports and dual Wi-Fi antenna connections. At the heart of all SKUs is a GeForce GTX 1650 GPU, which offers 4 GB of GDDR5 VRAM and a peak boost clock of 1,665 MHz. From the looks of it, Kingdel has equipped the NC610 with an MSI GeForce GTX 1650 4GT LP, so the machine should have at least a 300 W (DC 19V) PSU.
The Kingdel NC610 starts at US$475 on AliExpress for a Core i3-9100F model with no RAM or storage. The Core i5-9400F model is a US$73 upgrade, while the Core i7-9700F edition starts at US$678.06 - US$202.38 more than the Core i3-9100F. The NC610 tops out at US$927.66 with 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB SSD, although pretty much every component should be replaceable. It may be possible to upgrade the processor too, although you may be power limited to 65 W LGA 1151 chips up to the Core i9-9900.