Beelink Launched GTR7 Series High-Performance Mini PCs
Beelink has become a prominent brand in the world of Mini PCs on the AMD platform, particularly due to their high-performance AMD Mini PCs under the Beelink GTR series. The company has recently released their new GTR7 Series Mini PC, which includes the GTR7 with 7840HS and GTR7 Pro with 7940HS. The upgraded GTR7 Series Mini PC offers improved performance, cooling, interface, and appearance, making it suitable for both daily office work and gaming needs. With an extremely luxurious configuration, it features a 65W top AMD Ryzen processor and comprehensive upgrades to its interface and heat dissipation. The GTR7 Series Mini PC is designed to deliver an ultimate experience to its users.
The Beelink GTR7 and GTR7 Pro are two Mini PCs that come in four colors, namely black jade green, tourmaline blue, space gray, and Hermès orange. Both devices feature a full metal casing, and the size of each Mini PC is 168mmx120mmx49mm, which is about 1L in volume. Although slightly larger than the previous generation GTR6, the GTR7 and GTR7 Pro offer a major upgrade in interface. They come equipped with two USB4 Type-C ports that provide 40Gbps bandwidth, one USB3.2 Gen2 Type-C port with 10Gbps bandwidth, three USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports with 10Gbps bandwidth, and two USB2.0 Type-A ports. Additionally, the devices offer two 2.5G Ethernet ports, one HDMI2.1 port, one DP1.4 port, two 3.5mm audio interfaces, and one magnetic DC power interface.
The Beelink GTR7 series is comprised of two powerful products, the GTR7 and GTR7 Pro. These machines are equipped with the best AMD processors available in the market today, the Ryzen7 7840HS and the Ryzen 9 7940HS, respectively. Both processors are built on the 8-core Zen4 CPU architecture, which guarantees outstanding performance for all computing tasks. Additionally, they come with the super powerful Radeon 780M core graphics card, which makes them an ideal choice for gaming enthusiasts and professionals who demand high-end graphics capabilities. Moreover, the MSP technology used to overclock these processors allows them to reach up to 65W power consumption while still running efficiently and smoothly.
The Radeon 780M graphics card features a brand new RDNA3 architecture that offers significant enhancements in both performance and power efficiency. Compared to the previous generation RDNA2 core display, this new architecture can improve performance and reduce power consumption by over 50%. The core display's impressive capabilities include the ability to support hardware codec of 8K60fps AV1 video, resulting in smoother and more immersive gameplay. Furthermore, the audio-visual playback and video editing experiences have also been greatly enhanced.
The GTR7 is a mini PC that packs quite a punch. With its dual memory slots, this mini PC can support up to 64GB of DDR5-5600MHz memory, providing lightning-fast performance. Additionally, the GTR7 features two PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 solid-state drive interfaces, allowing for the installation of up to two 4TB SSDs. This means that users can store a massive amount of data on this device, while also benefiting from fast read and write speeds.
The GTR7 series has integrated the latest MSC heat dissipation technology which comprises a high-performance combination of CPU silent fan, system fan, copper heat sink, and SSD heat dissipation fins. This advanced technology ensures that the machine maintains a lower temperature range even during prolonged high-load operations. Additionally, the machine's new air inlet and outlet design has effectively reduced the noise levels to a great extent. Even after running continuously for 2 hours with a power consumption of 65W, the noise levels will not exceed 40 decibels. This makes the GTR7 series a suitable choice for users looking for a high-performing machine with reduced noise levels.
The GTR7 series features two USB4 ports, which can handle a transmission bandwidth of 40Gbps each and are Thunderbolt protocol compatible. These ports can be connected to high-speed solid-state drives, graphics docks, and other devices. In addition, both USB4, HDMI, and DP support 8K60Hz video output, allowing the Mini PCs to achieve up to four-screen 8K output. The front and rear panels of the device come equipped with a 3.5mm audio interface each, allowing users to connect their headphones and speakers separately, making the desktop setup more organized. The inclusion of dual network ports significantly boosts the network performance of the GTR7, expanding its use cases. Furthermore, the GTR7 series supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 for wireless connectivity, making it a powerful and versatile device for users looking for high-speed performance.
The GTR7 boasts several important upgrades compared to its predecessors, one of which is the new magnetic suction DC power interface located at the bottom of the body. According to the manufacturer, this feature provides a more stable and efficient power supply. Additionally, the super suction and groove design ensures that the interface remains securely in place and prevents it from falling off. Despite these changes, the standard power adapter remains a small, portable power supply that is popular with consumers. In addition to the DC power supply, the GTR7 can also support the PD power supply protocol. Users have the option to connect a gallium nitride charger with a power of more than 100W to any USB4 interface, which can provide a stable power source for the Mini PC.
The upcoming Beelink GTR7 and GTR7 Pro models are set to be released in May, and are poised to follow in the footsteps of their predecessors with their fingerprint identification module. This feature serves a dual purpose, not only providing an additional layer of security, but also allowing for more seamless access to the operating system. While the pricing for these new models has not yet been announced, further updates on this will be shared through our's social channels. If you're interested in learning more about the GTR7 and GTR7 Pro, be sure to stay tuned for further updates.