The classic image of a gaming custom PC is some hulking behemoth of a machine, all frantically spinning fans, blazing rainbow RGB LEDs, and monstrously large graphics cards. But that doesn’t have to be the case with thebest mini gaming PCs, small form factormachines that house full-scale components. Despite their small size, the best mini PCs don’t skimp on performance, and they’re idealif you have a smaller gaming gaming deskor want to take it traveling.
In this guide, we’ve chosenpre-built mini gaming PCs from the likes of Origin, Corsair, and more. Check out how to build a gaming PCif you want to choose the componentsand PC caseyourself.
Some exceedingly small and cheap mini gaming PCs such as those offered by Minisforum take AMDs mobile CPUs, with their iGPUs that punch well above their weight and let them rip with their maximum power draw – which can be capable even at 1080p.
When shopping for small form factorPCs, considerupgradability, volume, and cooling solutions. There’s no point in spending money on components that are going to throttle the moment they heat up. To help you decide, we’vetried and tested the best mini gaming PCs so that you can game in confidence, and in small spaces. If you’re after full power and have the room, check out our fullgaming PCguide.
These are the best mini gaming PCs today:
- Origin PC Chronos V3– best overall
- Minisforum UM773– smallest machine
- Intel NUC 12 Serpent Canyon– true mini PC
- Corsair ONE i400– stunning design
- Beelink SER6– best budget option
- Asus Rog Ally– besthandheld PC
1. Origin PC Chronos V3
Best mini gaming PC overall.
Origin Chronos V3 specs:
|GPU||Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti 12GB|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D|
|RAM||32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR5 5600Mhz|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG Strix X670E-I WiFi|
|PSU||850 Watt CORSAIR SFX-L Series|
|Storage||1TB Samsung PM9A1 M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen 4.0|
|Connectivity||2 x USB-C 4.0, 1 x USB-C 3.1, 5 x USB-A 3.2, 3 x USB-A 2.0, 5 x USB-A 3.2, 3.5mm headphone/mic|
|Cooling||2 x 120mm fan, 80mm fan, iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX XT Liquid CPU Cooler|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||7.87 x 17.71 x 10.6 (20cm x 45cm x 27cm)|
- Powerful all-rounder
- Easily upgradeable
- PCIe Gen 5.0
- Not the smallest
Well-established custom PC builders Origin have updated their CHRONOS line to use parent company Corsair’s svelte 2000D case whose vertical design makes us think that it’s some supercharged Xbox Series X with its cuboid design.
At $2,806 it isn’t the cheapest, but Origin PC has been in the business a long time for good reason so you can be sure you will be getting a quality product that won’t be giving you any headaches.
With an AMD Ryzen 7 7800 X3D and Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti, you can be sure to be playing the latest AAA games for a while, especially with more games supporting DLSS 3 frame generation introduced with the RTX 4000 series.
Being owned by Corsair, you can quite often get good deals on peripherals if you need a new monitor, keyboard, mouse and streaming goodies. Be sure to check out our best gaming headsets if you’re needing a sonic solution for your ears.
It’s on the cusp of being a mini PC however as it is quite large still, but is certainly smaller than your average ATX case. You can definitely go smaller with other options but given Origin’s credentials, customer service and flexibility, we’ve included it as our best overall pick.
2. Minisforum UM773
Smallest mini gaming PC for light gaming.
Minisforum Venus UM773 Lite Specs:
|Graphics||AMD RDNA 2 680M|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 7735HS 8 core 3.2GHz – 4.75GHz|
|Storage||512GB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD|
|Connectivity||RJ45 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Port, USB3.2 Gen2 Type-C, USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A ×2, USB2.0 Type-A ×2, USB4 Type-C, HDMI ×2, 3.5mm Combo Jack ×1, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth,|
|Cooling||Liquid metal thermal compound, Airway Design 120 fan, two heat pipes|
|Dimensions||5.03 x 4.9 x 1.8 inches (12.78 x 12.45 x 4.57 cm)|
|Weight||3.65 lbs (1.66 kg) including power brick|
- Small yet mighty
- Plenty of RAM
- Reported defective WiFi cards
“Integrated graphics?” we hear you cry, and we respond with a resounding yes. The $539.99 (£495.20) Minisforum UM773’s AMD 680M sits between the integrated graphics of Valve’s Steam Deck and the Asus ROG Ally which as we all know by now are very capable little machines.
The 680M is allowed to perform at its best because of the inclusion of very fast DDR5 which AMD’s CPUs and iGPUs work nicely with and 32 GB of it no less. Though it is not as capable as its younger sibling the 780M, it actually manages to be slightly more efficient due to its lower power draw so those working with constrained power budgets will be served here.
Esports titles will run well at 1080p and emulation will be no problem at all. Older titles too will, of course, return great performance so if you’re not too fussed about the latest AAA games, you’re sure to have a great time with this seriously handy little machine, especially when paired with the best gaming monitor to get the most out of this mighty box.
Whilst the Minisforum Venus UM773 doesn’t offer the same portability as the Deck or Ally, it makes up for it in connectivity with a plethora of ports making this a very practical little machine.
It is also surprisingly upgradable with two SODIMM slots, an PCIe 4.0 M.2 slot, and room on the bottom for a 2.5-inch hard drive. You could also connect an eGPU via the USB4 port if you wanted some extra GPU grunt down the line as the CPU will age more gracefully than the iGPU.
3. Intel NUC 12 Serpent Canyon
Best true mini PC with dedicated graphics.
Intel NUC 12 Serpent Canyon Specs:
|Graphics||Intel Arc A770M 16GB|
|RAM||16GB DDR4 3200Mhz|
|Storage||1TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD|
|Connectivity||HDMI 2.1 (4K60), DisplayPort 2.0 x 2, Thunderbolt/USB4 Type-C ports x 2, USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A ×6, 3.5mm Combo Jack ×1, 2.5Gb ethernet, Consumer infrared port, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2|
|Cooling||Two fans and heat pipes|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||9.06 x 7.09 x 2.36 inches (23 x 18 x 6 cm)|
|Weight||4.34 lbs (1.97 kg)|
- Pint-sized gaming PC
- Slick console-like design
- Powerful dedicated graphics
- Intel Arc teething issues
Intel’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing) series have been around for a fear years now but for the first time, they’ve updated their designs with their own Arc series of GPUs for a true-blue all-Intel system.
This is all packaged in an exceedingly handsome and small case that puts the PS5 and Xbox Series X to shame when it comes to a performance-to-size ratio as the NUC 12 Serpent Canyon is so small that we’re surprised there’s even a GPU in there. It really has an air of “This is what the Xbox 720 will look like” about it which we’re quite fond of too.
The Serpent Canyon has an Intel Arc A770M with 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM so you shouldn’t run into any limitations with the recent spate of resource-heavy AAA games. The Arc cards have excellent ray-tracing performance for their price point, eclipsing AMD in this regard.
Also included is a very capable i7-12700H so CPU workloads will be breezy and will keep up with the performant A770M.
Whilst the CPU and GPU aren’t upgradable, there are plenty of drive options with 2 M.2 PCIe 4.0 slots and an M.2 PCIe slot. The RAM is also user replaceable.
Something to consider is how the Intel Arc cards have fared since release. They are leaps and bounds better than were with DX9, 10 and 11 performance seeing massive improvements but Nvidia and AMD have better legacy support for older titles. Intel’s own upscaling technology XeSS isn’t as widely supported but it is being increasingly integrated by developers.
Recent AAA titles that have VRAM issues have influenced our decision to include the Serpent Canyon as the 16GB of VRAM and good DX12 performance sees the NUC punching above its weight here. This is at a cost of $1,585 (£1,524.74) but we think it’s worth it given the unique design and improved performance.
4. Corsair ONE i400
Themini gaming PC with the best design.
Corsair ONE i400 Specs:
|Graphics||Nvidia RTX 3080 10 GB|
|RAM||32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR5-5600MHz|
|Storage||1TB NVMe SSD|
|PSU||750W SFX 80 PLUS Platinum|
|Connectivity||USB 3.1 Gen 1 x 2, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, Thunderbolt 4 x 2, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, USB 3.2 Gen 1, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2|
|Cooling||2 liquid AIO coolers|
|Dimensions||6.93 x 7.87 x 14.96 inches (17.6 x 20 x 38 cm)|
|Weight||9.6 lbs (4.35 kg)|
- Striking design
- Excellent performance
- Expensive for RTX 3080 PC
- Difficult to upgrade
Look at that subtle RGB lighting. The tasteful thickness of it Oh my god, it even has water cooling. It’s the Corsair ONE i400 with Intel’s latest 13th gen i7-13700KF and clearly, they are still pretty proud of themselves as they have stuck with the tried and true Corsair One case, and really, who could blame them?
It’s become something of a PC design icon since the original Corsair One debuted back in 2017, and we’ve been fans of it ever since– its predecessor was in our best gaming PC list.
The ONE i400 also has faster DDR5 RAM to help raise those 1% lows whilst gaming and chew through the embarrassing amount of tabs we have open. The RTX 3080 is still a formidable card and most of the time you should have a great experience playing games or using GPU-accelerated programs.
It is a bit disappointing to see only the RAM and CPU see a refresh. At the asking price of $2,499.99, we think an RTX 4070 Ti would be the obvious pairing as the extra VRAM would help ease any concerns about how memory-hungry new AAA games have been as of late. The Corsair ONE i400 is also a little more awkward to work in than even some smaller PCs due to its very unique design, but we think the tradeoff here is worth it if you feel confident pulling it apart and back together again.
5. Beelink SER6 Gaming Mini PC
Best budget mini gaming PC.
Beelink SER6 Specs:
|Graphics||AMD RDNA 2 660M|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 5 6600H 6 core 4.5Ghz|
|RAM||16GB DDR5 4800MHz dual channel|
|Storage||512GB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD|
|Connectivity||USB 3.2 Gen 2 x 3, USB 2.0, HDMI x 2, 2.5Gb ethernet, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2|
|Dimensions||4.96 x 4.45 x 1.65 inches (12.6 x 11.3 x 4.2 cm)|
|Weight||1.13 lbs ( 0.51 kg)|
- Steam Deck level of performance
- Upgradable RAM and storage
- Loud and high-pitched fan noise
- Only a little cheaper than 680M systems
AMD’s integrated graphics make another showing here with the Beelink SER6. The SER6 has an AMD 660M that is slightly less powerful than the iGPU of the Steam Deck, but the SER6 has two extra CPU cores and more power available to it so you can expect your games and general computing to feel a little snappier. To keep the Ryzen 5 6600U running sweet there is 16GB of DDR5 RAM and older and lighter titles such as Minecraft and League of Legends will hum along nicely.
You also have good options for expanding your storage and RAM with user two SODIMM slots and a PCIe 4.0 M.2 slot which are user replaceable. Similarly to the Minisforum, there is space for a 2.5” drive at the bottom of the SER6 if you really want to get silly with the storage and dump all your (legally owned) ROMs for a great little emulation machine. If the included 512GB isn’t enough, be sure to check out our best SSD for gaming roundup.
An unfortunate flaw here though is the dual fan design. Because the individual fans are smaller, they are much higher pitched than a larger singular fan would be so when things heat up, it can be a little loud. It’s also only a little cheaper at $429 (£539) than a 680 M-equipped mini PC so you may want to spend an extra bit of cash for the additional CPU and CU cores.
6. Asus ROG Ally
Best portable mini gaming PC.
Asus ROG Ally specs:
|CPU||AMD Z1 Extreme APU 8 core|
|RAM||16GB LPDDR5 6400Mhz Dual channel|
|Display||7 inch IPS 1080p 120Hz (VRR)|
|Storage||512GB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, microSD|
|Connectivity||ROG XG Mobile Interface, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C|
|Cooling||Dual fan design|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||11.02 x 4.37 x 0.83 ~ 1.28 inches (28.0 x 11.1 x 2.12 ~ 3.24 cm)|
|Weight||1.34 lbs (0.61 kg)|
- Very powerful
- Highly portable
- Armory Crate software needs improving
- Windows 11 isn’t the best portable OS
TheAsus ROG Allymay have a display and a built-in controller but it is by all accounts, a mini gaming PC that just so happens to be extremely portable. We were mightily impressed by the $699 (£699) Ally in our review.
It’s eeked out the Steam Deck for the best portable mini gaming PC because of its extra grunt in the GPU and CPU department which lets us play games on the go at 1080P.
When plugged in at home, you can opt for the maximum power envelope that would normally rinse your battery and have a very capable little computer that you can do pretty much anything on. With the XMG connector, you can plug in one of Asus’ external GPUs without losing any performance to the limitations of USB 4 as you have full access to the PCIe lanes.
You’ll need a goodgaming keyboardandgaming mousesetup to make full use of the desktop environment though, editing the Excel spreadsheet might be a little difficult with the joysticks.
Any hiccups in performance will be smoothed out by the VRR screen too so unless you have some very heavy 1% and 0.1% lows, you shouldn’t really notice any dips in frame rate allowing for a smooth and consistent experience.
Unfortunately, Asus’ Armory Crate overlay paired with Windows 11 doesn’t shine a candle to Valve’s SteamOS in terms of functionality, but this will no doubt improve with time and you have the added benefit of knowing that games such as Fortnite and Roblox will work out of the box.
Read our ASUS Rog Ally review.
Mini PCs are ideal for a variety of gaming setups, offering many of the same qualities as other gaming machines. A Mini PC generally has the same parts as a computer, but there are a few differences, let's look at what's in a Mini PC: - CPU: Performs operations based on data.Are mini PCs good for gaming? ›
Mini PCs are ideal for a variety of gaming setups, offering many of the same qualities as other gaming machines. A Mini PC generally has the same parts as a computer, but there are a few differences, let's look at what's in a Mini PC: - CPU: Performs operations based on data.What is the best mini PC for gaming and emulation? ›
GEEKOM Mini IT11
The Mini IT11 is a powerful mini PC that's perfect for emulation. It features an 11th gen Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and built-in Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. It also has multiple USB ports and supports up to three displays.
We have done the research so you won't have to and here, we present you with a selection of the best Mini PCs in every size and form factor and for every usage scenario. You will find entries from big PC name brands like Dell, Intel, Lenovo, along with Zotac, one of the pioneers in this category.How long do mini PCs last? ›
A mini pc should last 2-3 years if you do the things you say your going to be doing, internet etc.... But with a desktop, after 2-3 years, you could simply upgrade the parts bit by bit instead of buying another PC.Do mini PCs overheat easily? ›
Fan noise: Like laptops, mini PCs cram a lot of power into a small case. Although you don't need to worry about burning your legs with a mini PC, you do need to make sure the case regulates temperature so that the computer doesn't overheat.What is the best mini server for 2023? ›
After careful analysis, the best mini PC for a home server in 2023 are the Intel NUC13 models. These mini PCs come with the latest 13th-generation Intel Core processors, up to 64GB of DDR4 memory, and fast M. 2 storage support. With these features, it can handle media streaming and virtualization tasks.Which computer is faster than mini computer? ›
Microcomputers are the kind of computers that most people use on a daily basis, such as desktop PCs or laptop. Moreover, they have a higher processing rate than minicomputers.What are the disadvantages of mini PC? ›
- Some mini-computer don't have USB ports.
- Generally, there is not much storage on board.
- Minicomputer does not have any CD/DVD drive.
- The keyboard can e small for fast typists.
- The dedicated graphics card is missing.
- It can be too small a device to do certain projects.
Ideally, 16 and above cores can handle anything from heavy games to multitasking at an enormous speed. The gaming cores fall between 8 to 16 for superior performance. There are multiple versions under each processor category. The 12th Gen i9 12900K is the best gaming CPU for cores, containing 16 and 24 threads.
|Cheap gaming PC||Price||CPU|
|HP Omen 40L||$1300||AMD Ryzen 7 5800X|
|HP Pavilion||$722||AMD Ryzen 5 5600G|
|MSI Aegis R||$1200||Intel Core i5-12400F|
|Lenovo Legion Tower 5 Gen 8||$1015||AMD Ryzen 5 7600|
Dell is known for its high-quality, customizable desktops and laptops. Other brands, like Microsoft, are renowned for boosting productivity with built-in software like Excel and Word and its Surface laptops and tablets. Razer increasingly has options not just for gamers but for productivity as well.What are the three types of mini computer? ›
The types of minicomputer are- tablet PC, Desktop minicomputers, cell phones, notebooks, high-end mP3 players, etc.How much RAM do I really need? ›
How much RAM do you need? Generally, we recommend 8GB of RAM for casual computer usage and internet browsing, 16GB for spreadsheets and other office programs, and at least 32GB for gamers and multimedia creators. How you use your computer influences how much RAM you need, so use this as a guideline.Why would I buy a mini PC? ›
The main benefit of using a mini PC is portability and convenience. Not only can they be placed on any desk or surface with plenty of space to spare, but they also provide an easy setup process that doesn't require any additional hardware or complicated configuration.What is the difference between a desktop computer and a gaming PC? ›
A gaming PC is built with the understanding that it will be upgraded and modified over time, whereas a regular PC is built with the expectation that it will be used as is. This means that gaming PCs often have more expansion slots, more room for additional components, and are more easily upgradable.Do mini PCs have wifi? ›
The Ready To Go mini PC is ideal for anyone who wants to start afresh. With Intel NUCs, you'll mostly get these from third-party vendors like the E-ITX Intel NUC5i5RYK Core i5 NUC System. Both types of units come with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, and other such parts pre-installed.Can you leave mini PC on all the time? ›
You can run a mini PC for 24 hours but that will depend on how your mini PC functions. Does your mini PC selection heat up over time? Because if it does heat up, your device is going to slow down and possibly get damaged.What is the difference between a desktop computer and a mini computer? ›
While a desktop PC will give you plenty of power and can be upgraded, they'll take up more space. A mini PC is not as powerful and generally can't be upgraded, but they are ultra-portable, and are just the job for those everyday tasks. The decision is yours! Browse our ranges of powerful desktops and mini PCs here.How old should a server be? ›
Must be at least 16 years of age. Specific Server duties include greeting guests, taking orders, answering questions, serving drinks and food and accommodating guests needs in a courteous and timely…
Some IT professionals recommend replacing small business servers every 4-6 years. The traditional industry standard for server replacement has been 3-5 years, depending on usage. However, the average server lifecycle is becoming shorter as more businesses realize the advantages of regularly upgrading.What is the smallest server? ›
Beating out a dozen competing devices for the title of world's smallest, the iPic server is about the size of a match-head, according to its designer, graduate student Hariharasubrahmanian Shrikumar, fortunately known as Shri. "I think it will be very difficult to beat this one," he said.What is a small computer that is used by one person at a time? ›
A microcomputer is a complete computer on a small scale, designed for use by one person at a time.Which is a little smaller and less powerful computer? ›
minicomputer, computer that was smaller, less expensive, and less powerful than a mainframe or supercomputer but more expensive and more powerful than a personal computer. Minicomputers were used for scientific and engineering computations, business transaction processing, file handling, and database management.How many types of mini computers are there? ›
|Types of Mini Computer||Feature|
|Single-Board Computers (SBC)||Small computers built-in on a single circuit. Example: Raspberry Pi|
|Microcomputers||Designed for a single person. Example: Apple Mac Mini|
A mainframe computer has much more features, larger memory, and high processing speed as compared to a minicomputer. Initially, mainframe computers were developed to be utilized as servers, whereas minicomputers were designed to fulfil the need of mid−sized high speed computing device.What are the five places mini computer can be used? ›
The minicomputers are used in several server applications such as email server application, World Wide Web server application, scheduling server application, news server application etc. The minicomputer possesses all the features and functionalities of a large computer.Are all in one computers any good? ›
Not as powerful- AiOs are designed with the average PC user in mind and are more than capable of meeting the computing needs of most users. However, if you're a graphic design professional or software engineer in need of extra processing power or a heftier graphics card, an AiO probably won't cut it for your needs.Are mini PC sticks worth it? ›
Although the best laptops on the market offer more power, stick PCs are cheaper, require fewer cables, and are small enough to be carried around in your pocket. Stick PCs are also great if you are looking for a streaming device or a PC that can quickly work across displays.Why are minicomputers not used anymore? ›
Over time, the process can repeat itself to eliminate an industry. Thus by 1985 inexpensive, powerful microprocessor components and standard software had become broadly available for personal computers, workstations, and scalable multiprocessor systems, and the classic minicomputer class had largely disappeared.
Minicomputers are more powerful when compared to microcomputers and vice-versa. Microcomputers make use of tapes and disks to frame the entire storage devices whereas minicomputers make use of magnetic disks and tapes for storage in secondary devices especially for any write or read activity to be performed on it.Which is better Intel or Ryzen? ›
AMD vs Intel: Productivity and Performance
For workload handling, Intel Core i9 is better than AMD Ryzen 9. As Intel use the x86 hybrid architecture. This type of design will blend two types of cores to create a single powerhouse processor architecture.
AMD processors tend to offer better value for money and improved power efficiency, while Intel processors are known for their high performance, particularly in gaming and content creation. The choice between the two ultimately comes down to the specific needs and budget of the user.Should I build a PC now or wait 2023? ›
Why You Shouldn't Buy a New PC in 2023. In 2023, a new PC isn't a value investment anymore. If you scope out the PC market, you'll find bumps and challenges at every corner. Post-pandemic inflation, rising production costs, and supply chain issues are just a few reasons why you should likely hold onto your money.What is a good budget for a gaming PC? ›
Here's how much you should spend on a gaming PC: $300-400 is plenty for basic games in 720p. If you want to game in 1080p, $500-$1,000 is a good range. Gaming in 1440p or higher is going to call for a budget of $1,000-$1,200 for the PC itself and another $400-$600 on peripherals.How much is a decent gaming PC? ›
On average, it'll cost somewhere between around $800 to $1,000 for a very good 1080p/1440p gaming PC. Between those two figures, the more you spend, the better your gaming PC's performance will be. You can easily spend more than that, too – but not less.What is the best computer brand 2023? ›
- Apple MacBook Air M2. Best laptop computer. View now.
- Dell XPS 15 (2022) Best Windows laptop computer. View now.
- M1 iMac 24-inch. Best Mac computer. View now.
- Acer Chromebook Spin 714. Best Chromebook laptop computer. ...
- Alienware Aurora Ryzen R14. Best gaming computer.
PC vendor market share 2006-2022
The overall market leader in the global personal computer market in 2022 was Lenovo with a market share of 24.1 percent with HP a close second with a 19.4 percent share.
1. Motherboard. The motherboard is the circuit board that connects everything together — your hardware, the power supply and the graphics cards — so it's the first component you'll want to choose.Does brand matter for PC? ›
So Does Brand Matter? No, the brand doesn't matter. Laptop manufacturers tend to target laptops for various markets, budgets and use cases. There are however things that do matter and we will get to these further along in the article because first, I want to tell you a little unplanned side story…
|Memory (RAM):||8-16 GB of RAM|
|Storage:||240 GB solid state drive, or larger.|
|Video/Graphics:||Integrated or discrete graphics processor capable of 1440 X 900 resolution, or better (1920 X 1080 or 1200 ideal).|
The computer evolution started with large systems, and today, we have light, portable machines capable of fitting into tiny spaces. Known as mid-range or minicomputers, they are smaller than a mainframe and larger than a microcomputer.What is a mini micro super computer? ›
A minicomputer is smaller than a mainframe computer in size. It costs less than a mainframe computer or a supercomputer. Minicomputers are more powerful than microcomputers but less powerful than supercomputers and mainframe computers. Minicomputers are reliable and quick.What computer are mini computers also called? ›
A minicomputer may also be called a mid-range computer.What is better PC or mini PC? ›
While a desktop PC will give you plenty of power and can be upgraded, they'll take up more space. A mini PC is not as powerful and generally can't be upgraded, but they are ultra-portable, and are just the job for those everyday tasks.Does a mini PC have a graphics card? ›
Mini PCs are commonly designed to make use of the integrated graphics which are contained in the system-on-a-chip (SOC) along with the CPU. These smaller mini PC systems do not have a separate PCIe socket for a graphics card.What is the lowest PC that can run Fortnite? ›
- Video Card: Intel HD 4000 on PC; AMD Radeon Vega 8.
- Processor: Core i3-3225 3.3 GHz.
- Memory: 8 GB RAM.
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit or Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6.
RAM: 4GB RAM. HDD: 16GB Free Space. GPU: Intel HD 4000 (integrated graphics) OS: Windows 7, 8, or Windows 10 64-bit.What size PC do you need to install Fortnite? ›
To begin with the installation process, firstly you have to download 13 GB of the game's system files before going ahead with the game installation process. During installation, users need to download 5 GB more of the data files necessary for smooth gameplay.What are the disadvantages of mini computer? ›
- Few mini PCs do not have USB ports.
- They don't have a CD/DVD drive.
- The users find it hard to operate due to different operating systems.
- minicomputer have a small keyboard.
- There is not much storage in minicomputers.
- It has a smaller display that can be too small for some tasks.
Mini PCs are often easier to upgrade than laptops. You can usually upgrade the RAM, hard drive, or even the processor in a Mini PC. Mini PCs typically use less power than laptops, making them ideal for locations where power consumption is a concern.Is 8GB RAM enough for Apex Legends? ›
Games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Rainbow 6 Seige (R6), and World of Warcraft Shadowlands are playable with 8GB RAM.How much RAM do you need for Apex Legends? ›
Minimum System Requirements for Apex Legends
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system. OS: 64-bit Windows 7 and above. Processor: AMD FX 4350 or Equivalent, Intel Core i3 6300 or Equivalent. Memory: 6 GB RAM.
When you buy a mini PC, you only get the mini PC, nothing else. You will need to buy a keyboard and mouse, a monitor to hook it up to, and speakers to get sound. Of course, those are the basic peripherals you will need, but you can go wild and get much more.How many frames should I be getting? ›
Much like TV broadcasts, the frame rate should be kept to 24fps. This will give your video that “cinematic” look, and you can feel confident that it will show properly with most projectors.