Intel Kaby Lake Hardware

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Thought I will start a new thread with the released of a few of Intel Kaby Lake Hardware.

Specs!

Intel Kaby Lake

[Image: Kaby-Lake-1.png]

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Graphics Specifications
Processor Graphics ‡ Intel HD Graphics 620
Graphics Base Frequency 300.00 MHz
Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency 1.00 GHz
Graphics Video Max Memory 32 GB
Graphics Output eDP/DP/HDMI/DVI
4K Support Yes, at 60Hz
Max Resolution (Intel WiDi)‡ 1080p
Max Resolution (HDMI 1.4)‡ [email protected]
Max Resolution (DP)‡ [email protected]
Max Resolution (eDP - Integrated Flat Panel)‡ [email protected]
Max Resolution (VGA)‡ N/A
DirectX* Support 12
OpenGL* Support 4.4
Intel Quick Sync Video
Yes
Intel InTru 3D Technology Yes
Intel Clear Video HD Technology Yes
Intel Clear Video Technology Yes
Intel Wireless Display Yes


Quote:Supporting the Newest Standards in Multimedia
GIGABYTE ensures users won’t be limited by the standards or connections on the BRIX, by including HDMI 2.0 and support for HDCP 2.2* users can rest assured that their device will be able to display content to its full potential. The BRIX supports native resolutions of 4K at 60Hz, presenting unrivaled visual clarity and stunning realism to owners of UHD displays.

* HDMI port support HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.

Quote:As measured by Windows 10 1080p 24fps Local Video Playback Test. USB devices disconnected, local WiFi access connected, screen brightness 200 nits. Launch Tears of Steel (1080p H264 10MBps 24fps) video using the Windows* Movie & TV App. Measure and calculate average power for the duration of the video.

Estimated on Intel Core i7-7500U Processor, PL1=15W TDP, 2C4T, Turbo up to 3.5GHz, Memory: 2x4GB DDR4-2133, Storage: Intel SSD, Display Resolution: 25x14, Intel HD Graphics 620, OS: Windows 10 TH2. Battery size 42 WHr.
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As measured by Windows 10 4K 24fps 10bit HEVC Local Video Playback Test. USB devices disconnected, local WiFi access connected, screen brightness 200 nits. Launch Tears of Steel (4K H265 24fps) video using the Windows* Movie & TV App. Measure and calculate average power for the duration of the video.

Estimated on Intel Core i7-7500U Processor, PL1=15W TDP, 2C4T, Turbo up to 3.5GHz, Memory: 2x4GB DDR4-2133, Storage: Intel SSD, Display Resolution: 4K, Intel HD Graphics 620, OS: Windows 10 TH2. Battery size 66 WHr.

MSI Cubi2-007BUS
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Specs

Quote: Windows 10 Home - MSI recommends Windows 10 Pro
DDR4 2133HMz up to 32GB
7th Intel Kabylake-U power saving processor
Equipped with USB3.1 Gen1 type C
Maximum to 1 x M.2 SSD and 1 x 2.5” SATA HDD or SSD
Supports 4K ultra-high definition resolution
Supports Dual monitors
Supports super charger
Supports 802.11ac Combo Card
Supports standard VESA-mount
Expand connectivity and storage with the detachable bottom case

GB-BKi3HA-7100
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GIGABYTE BRIX GB-BKi3HA-7100 Specs
Quote:Features Latest Intel 7th generation Core Processors
Ultra compact PC design at only 0.6L (46.8 x 112.6 x 119.4mm)
Supports 2.5” HDD/SSD, 7.0/9.5 mm thick (1 x 6 Gbps SATA 3)
1 x M.2 SSD (2280) slot
2 x SO-DIMM DDR4 slot (2133 MHz)
Intel IEEE 802.11 ac ,Dual Band Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 4.2 NGFF M.2 card
Intel HD Graphics 620
2 x USB3.1 (1* USB Type-C)
2 x USB 3.0
HDMI 2.0
HDMI plus Mini DisplayPort Outputs (Supports dual displays)
Intel Gigabit lan
Headphone/Microphone Jack
VESA mounting Bracket (75 x 75mm + 100 x 100mm

Asrock Beebox-S Series

[Image: Beebox-S%20Series%20(Kaby%20Lake)(L3).jpg]

Quote: Powered by the Intel 7th Generation Intel Core Processors
Support DDR4 2133 MHz, 2 x SO-DIMM slots, Max. 32GB
Hyper speed WiFi 802.11ac, also works as a wireless access point
Supports two storage devices for added flexibility (1 x 2.5" SATA3 HDD + 1 x M.2)
Supports Dual Monitor (2 x HDMI or HDMI+Full DisplayPort)
Smooth and ultra high resolution 4K/2K/60Hz playback
The world's first NUC paired with an USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port
A free bundled remote controller for controlling your PC wirelessly
Offers rich features in a tiny 0.6L package
IR Sensor Window
According to the Manual 1 HDMI support ([email protected]) and the other one support ([email protected])

GIGABYTE BRIX GB-BKi3HA-7100and MSI CUBI 2 are the only Barebone that i seeing available, the MSI Cubi2-007BUSis available to purchase.


INTEL NUC KABY LAKE

[Image: kabys.png]

Quote:Shared specifications

Let’s first have a look at what is common for all of the NUCs.

Memory: Dual-channel DDR4L-2133, max. 32 GB
Display Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 port (4k 60Hz support, via LSPCon), DP 1.2 via USB type-C
M.2: Single M.2 slot capable of accepting a 2280 or a 2240-sized SSD
SATA: Single slot for a 2.5″ SATA drive (not present in the compact NUC7i3BNK and NUC7i5BNK)
Card reader: Inbuilt Micro SDXC card reader
Networking: Intel Gigabit Ethernet and Intel Wireless-AC 802.11ac network adapters, Bluetooth 4.2
USB ports: 2 USB 3.0 ports in the front (one with fast charging), 2 USB 3.0 ports in the rear, 1 USB 3.1 Type-C port in the rear, Dual-USB 2.0 header on mainboard
Other: Consumer infrared receiver, user-customizable ring LED in the front face, HDMI CEC support…
Core i3 Model (NUC7i3BNH & NUC7i3BNK)

CPU: Intel Core i3-7100U, dual-core, hyperthreading, 15W TDP, 2.4 GHz
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 620 (GT2), 24 EUs, 300 MHz base frequency, 1.0 GHz max frequency
Core i5 Model (NUC7i5BNH & NUC7i5BNK)

CPU: Intel Core i5-7200U, dual-core, hyperthreading, 15W TDP, 2.5 GHz, Boost up to 3.1 GHz
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 620 (GT2), 24 EUs, 300 MHz base frequency, 1.0 GHz max frequency
Thunderbolt 3 via the USB Type-C port
Core i7 Model (NUC7i5BNH)

CPU: Intel Core i7-7567U, dual-core, hyperthreading, 28W TDP, 3.3 GHz, Boost up to 3.6 GHz
GPU: Intel Iris Graphics 650 (GT3e), 48 EUs, 300 MHz base frequency, 1.1 GHz max frequency
Thunderbolt 3 via the USB Type-C port
No compact chassis model available (due to cooling requirements)


INTEL NUC Kaby Lake will be released during the CES 2017 (January 5-8). The i3 NUC will be available in January, i5 in February and i7 finally in March.

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So, MSI Cubi2 is HDMI 1.4 and Gigabyte BRIX is HDMI 2.0?
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(2016-10-19 17:52)wesk05 Wrote:  So, MSI Cubi2 is HDMI 1.4 and Gigabyte BRIX is HDMI 2.0?

Good catch still updates the post, the DP will support 4K with an external adapter.

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LG 75UH8500 3D HDR Dolby Vision | Sony 43 Android TV HDR
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(2016-10-19 17:57)movie78 Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 17:52)wesk05 Wrote:  So, MSI Cubi2 is HDMI 1.4 and Gigabyte BRIX is HDMI 2.0?

Good catch still updates the post, the DP will support 4K with an external adapter.
I am not sure whether the DP-HDMI adapters are HDCP 2.2. Also, I have to check whether the adapters are actually HDMI 2.0a/b and will allow HDR metadata.
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(2016-10-19 18:06)wesk05 Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 17:57)movie78 Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 17:52)wesk05 Wrote:  So, MSI Cubi2 is HDMI 1.4 and Gigabyte BRIX is HDMI 2.0?

Good catch still updates the post, the DP will support 4K with an external adapter.
I am not sure whether the DP-HDMI adapters are HDCP 2.2. Also, I have to check whether the adapters are actually HDMI 2.0a/b and will allow HDR metadata.

Check the review of Club 3D DisplayPort



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Beebox-S (INTEL KABY LAKE) 2D&3D WINDOWS | ZIDOO X8 HDR
LG 75UH8500 3D HDR Dolby Vision | Sony 43 Android TV HDR
XBOX ONE S UHD BLU-RAY | PS4 PRO 4K HDR GAMING
MARANTZ SR7011 DTS X | ATMOS 5.1.4 | Auro-3D 9.1
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(2016-10-19 18:10)movie78 Wrote:  Check the review of Club 3D DisplayPort
I have this Club 3D adapter, I will check it.
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This one off Amazon specifically mentions HDCP2.2.

Re: HDR, is there confirmation it will be included? Was under impression there wasn't anything official from Intel yet.

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(2016-10-19 18:20)hdmkv Wrote:  This one off Amazon specifically mentions HDCP2.2.

Re: HDR, is there confirmation it will be included? Was under impression there wasn't anything official from Intel yet.
That one does mention it as HDMI 2.0a. So, technically it will support HDR. Will have to get one and test it out Smile Actually, Club 3D and UpTab ones have the same PS176 chip.
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Been waiting a while for these, I will probably end up getting the Gigabyte i3 version. Also NVIDIA is releasing a GTX 1050 that should be around $100, but I like the idea of less heat/power with Kaby Lake.

Any word on the Intel Kabylake NUC's?

Edit: I also hope I will be able to output 4k to my Samsung TV and split the audio to my receiver which only does 1080p and still be able to output HD audio (DTS-MA & TrueHD).
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(2016-10-19 19:05)raidflex Wrote:  Been waiting a while for these, I will probably end up getting the Gigabyte i3 version. Also NVIDIA is releasing a GTX 1050 that should be around $100, but I like the idea of less heat/power with Kaby Lake.

Any word on the Intel Kabylake NUC's?

Edit: I also hope I will be able to output 4k to my Samsung TV and split the audio to my receiver which only does 1080p and still be able to output HD audio (DTS-MA & TrueHD).

This is the only news out there about NUC Kaby Lake

MY CURRENT MEDIA PLAYER
Beebox-S (INTEL KABY LAKE) 2D&3D WINDOWS | ZIDOO X8 HDR
LG 75UH8500 3D HDR Dolby Vision | Sony 43 Android TV HDR
XBOX ONE S UHD BLU-RAY | PS4 PRO 4K HDR GAMING
MARANTZ SR7011 DTS X | ATMOS 5.1.4 | Auro-3D 9.1
MY HOME THEATER


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(2016-10-19 19:32)movie78 Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 19:05)raidflex Wrote:  Been waiting a while for these, I will probably end up getting the Gigabyte i3 version. Also NVIDIA is releasing a GTX 1050 that should be around $100, but I like the idea of less heat/power with Kaby Lake.

Any word on the Intel Kabylake NUC's?

Edit: I also hope I will be able to output 4k to my Samsung TV and split the audio to my receiver which only does 1080p and still be able to output HD audio (DTS-MA & TrueHD).

Theis is the only news out there about NUC Kaby Lake

Yeah that was the last info I could find. I have a feeling they won't be out until 2017.
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(2016-10-19 19:36)raidflex Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 19:32)movie78 Wrote:  
(2016-10-19 19:05)raidflex Wrote:  Been waiting a while for these, I will probably end up getting the Gigabyte i3 version. Also NVIDIA is releasing a GTX 1050 that should be around $100, but I like the idea of less heat/power with Kaby Lake.

Any word on the Intel Kabylake NUC's?

Edit: I also hope I will be able to output 4k to my Samsung TV and split the audio to my receiver which only does 1080p and still be able to output HD audio (DTS-MA & TrueHD).

Theis is the only news out there about NUC Kaby Lake


Yeah that was the last info I could find. I have a feeling they won't be out until 2017.
I don't think I can wait till 2017, I might bite on the GIGABYTE BRIXBig Grin

MY CURRENT MEDIA PLAYER
Beebox-S (INTEL KABY LAKE) 2D&3D WINDOWS | ZIDOO X8 HDR
LG 75UH8500 3D HDR Dolby Vision | Sony 43 Android TV HDR
XBOX ONE S UHD BLU-RAY | PS4 PRO 4K HDR GAMING
MARANTZ SR7011 DTS X | ATMOS 5.1.4 | Auro-3D 9.1
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Same here... wonder when the GIGABYTE BRIX are due?

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(2016-10-19 19:48)hdmkv Wrote:  Same here... wonder when the GIGABYTE BRIX are due?

I would imagine in the next week or two.
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According to the email, I got from GIGABYTE sales team, the GIGABYTE BRIX GB-BKi3HA-7100 will be available early December.

MY CURRENT MEDIA PLAYER
Beebox-S (INTEL KABY LAKE) 2D&3D WINDOWS | ZIDOO X8 HDR
LG 75UH8500 3D HDR Dolby Vision | Sony 43 Android TV HDR
XBOX ONE S UHD BLU-RAY | PS4 PRO 4K HDR GAMING
MARANTZ SR7011 DTS X | ATMOS 5.1.4 | Auro-3D 9.1
MY HOME THEATER


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