Beelink GTI11 Powerful Gaming MINI PC comes with 11th-generation Tiger Lake i5-1135G7 processor!
Beelink launched its most powerful version of their Mini PCs a few days ago. The GTR5 came with a powerful AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX, unlocked to be able to do a slight overclock due to its small size . Now, the manufacturer launches the Beelink GTI11, a much lighter version that integrates the Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor . This Processor has 4 cores and 8 threads, being able to increase its frequency up to 4.2 GHz. A new compact Beelink GTI11 Gaming MINI PC will soon hit stores. The sale price is around:
- i5 1135G7 16+500 649USD
- i7 1165G7 16+500 799USD
The Intel chip will offer 4 cores and 8 threads in frequencies from 2.4 to 4.2 GHz with a TDP of 28 watts and 8 MB of cache memory. It will also embed a very powerful Intel Xe graphics circuit with 80 Execution Units and a maximum frequency of 1.30 GHz. This chip, integrated in more and more solutions of this type, behaves extremely well in this type of format. It is powerful, fast, offers a solid graphics circuit and gives off little heat in operation. It is an excellent support for a new generation of consumer mini pc.
Beelink GTI11 capable of run 3D games as well as playing UltraHD and even 8K videos, the Intel Xe graphics circuit also offers very stable support for multiple displays. From a computational point of view, the chip is efficient and can overcome the vast majority of classic tasks and even somewhat intensive work such as photo editing or video editing.
To accompany this solution, there will be two DDR4-2666 SoDIMM slots for a maximum of 64 GB of storage and one M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe x4 SSD slot. Enough to build a powerful and complete machine in a footprint which, according to Beelink's illustration photo, still seems compact. The Beelink GTI11 should be available in several versions of RAM and storage and may even be barebone. It will offer a Wifi6 module accompanied by Bluetooth 5.x and a still unclear connection but whose main features are quite interesting with a USB Type-C which can suggest the presence of a Thunderbolt port, multiple USB 3.0 ports, two ports 2.5G Ethernet driven by an Intel solution and at least one HDMI 2.0 video output for UltraHD HDR display at 60 FPS.
The Beelink GTI11 arises as a response to the Beelink GT-R model launched in 2020 which worked thanks to an AMD Ryzen 5 3550H chip. We find the same case format and a turn on the ticket of this product shows us the possibilities of this type of space. If the single image of the machine suggests a more compact chassis, it seems to be identical to that of the GT-R version which measured 16.8 cm wide, 12 cm deep and 3.9 cm thick.
On the back of this Beelink GT-R, we discover all the possibilities offered by this type of chassis. It is very likely that the new Beelink GTI11 uses the same type of connection and therefore offers the same services. I would not put my fiber to cut for the moment but it seems logical to me on the part of the brand. Finally, the machine will be VESA compatible to be easily mounted on the back of a screen.