As is customary, just before its space at major events such as the current CES 2021, Zotac has just advanced the presentation of your new compact desktop, or mini PC. Part of the E series of their ZBOX Mini PCs, the new Zotac Magnus One It comes with a small 8.3-liter chassis, a completely new vertical design, and the opening to a whole new range of possibilities such as its custom GeForce RTX 30 graphics.
Specifically, we will meet a ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3070, powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture. It is thus the first ZBOX Mini PC equipped with the latest generation of GeForce RTX 30 desktop graphics cards, with 2nd generation ray tracing cores and Tensor cores for a high fidelity gaming experience. But this will not be its only premium component.
And it is that accompanying these GPUs we will find a 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor, which features 8 cores with Hyper-threading technology for multi-threaded workloads, faster authoring, and faster gaming performance.
All this with the support of a support for up to 64GB 2933MHz DDR4 RAM, storage units 512GB M.2 SSD and 1TB 2.5 ”HHD, and an outstanding connectivity section in which we will find up to four USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports and four USB 3.0 ports (one of them Type-C), plus an SD card reader, a Killer Wi-Fi cardas well as gigabit and 2.5 Gbps Ethernet ports, and a 500 W 80+ Platinum power supply.
Finally, although thanks to its compact size, users will be able to maintain high productivity while enjoying greater space and mobility on their desks, another of the great advantages of the Zotac Magnus One is its enormous accessibility, which will only require the removal of two screws from the back to remove the top cover and side panels, thus maintaining quick access to its interior.
Availability and price
We can currently find three versions and prices for the Zotac Magnus One, with a basic edition already equipped with the aforementioned components, a second variant with Windows 10 Home 64-bit pre-installed, and version “Barebone” for hardware lovers, with which they can build the computer directly from scratch and to their liking.