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Gigabyte AMD A8-5557M CPU Radeon HD 8550G Mini PC Barebone Components GA-BXA8-5557

Gigabyte AMD A8-5557M CPU Radeon HD 8550G Mini PC Barebone Components GA-BXA8-5557


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Gigabyte AMD A8-5557M CPU Radeon HD 8550G Mini PC Barebone Components GA-BXA8-5557

Gigabyte AMD A8-5557M CPU Radeon HD 8550G Mini PC Barebone Components GA-BXA8-5557
  • CPU included: AMD Richland Processor A8-5557M 2.1G/3.1G
  • Memory: 2 x SO-DIMM DDR3L slots (DDR3 1.35V) (Memory module is not included)
  • HDMI Resolution (Max.) 1920 x 1080 at60Hz
  • Mini DP Resolution (Max.) 4096 x 2160 at30Hz
Features latest AMD Richland Processor Supports 2.5" thickness 7.0/9.5mm Hard Drives (1 x 6Gbps SATA3)Ultra compact PC design - 0.88 L (59.6 x 128 x 115.4 mm)1 x mSATA SSD Slot2 x SO-DIMM DDR3L Slots (1333 /1600 MHz)IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi / Bluetooth 4.0 Mini PCIe Card HDMI plus Mini DisplayPort Outputs (supports dual displays)4 x USB 3.0Gigabit LAN Headphone jack VESA mounting bracket (75 x 75 mm + 100 x 100 mm)

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  1. 63 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Win 7 Mouse & keyboard problem solved., August 14, 2015
    By 
    Goemon

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    FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN’T INSTALL WINDOWS 7 BECAUSE USB 3.0 CAN’T RECOGNIZE YOUR MOUSE OR MOTHERBOARD.
    Hi, since this kit is all USB 3.0 and due to limitations from Win7, your mouse or Keyboard won’t be recognized using any of the USB 3.0 ports after windows 7 starts. To solve that all you need to do is turn off the USB 3.0 controller temporarily so it’ll act like a USB 2.0 port until you’re done with your work. How to do that, simply do the following:
    – Plug your keyboard in any of the USB ports. (and your mouse)
    – Turn ON your PC.
    – Keep pressing F12 button (it’ll take you to the BIOS menu).
    – A mini menu will appear, select “setup”, press “enter” .. now you’re in the BIOS menu.
    – Use the cursor buttons and select the “Chipset” tap, select “USB 3.0 controller” , Disable it then Save & Exit (Or Save Changes and Reset).
    – Now your PC is ready to recognize your mouse and keyboard when Win 7 starts, as all ports now work as USB 2.0 ports.
    – Once you’re done don’t forget to Enable the USB 3.0 controller the same way you disabled it.
    I hope this was helpful, I came through this problem and couldn’t find a solution in the internet until I figured it out. Please if you find this helpful click on Yes so others can know about it. Thanks.

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  2. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice performance at a low cost, January 31, 2016
    By 
    Steve

    This review is from: Gigabyte AMD A8-5557M CPU Radeon HD 8550G Mini PC Barebone Components GA-BXA8-5557 (Personal Computers)
    I purchased this about three months ago from another retailer. I use this as a Plex server so it’s on 24×7.

    Pros: low price, inexpensive, decent performance (3500 CPU mark which is comparable to an i3 5th or 6th generation), low power usage, dual monitor output, small size, 4 USB (3.0)

    Cons: Slight noise from fans, can run hot, uses a bit more energy than i3 6th generation, F1 Bios the fans would occasionally go full blast and would be loud

    The pc is mostly used for Plex but it also is used for browsing, etc. I plugged this into a Kill A Watt for a week. Idle it consumes about 14 watts and under a load, up to 41 watts. For the week (watching a movie a night)…..at current electricity rates (.13 kWh), is costs less than 5 cents a day to run this 24×7.

    I put an 8GB memory chip in and an 128GB mSata SSD drive. I left the 2.5″ bay open for future expansion. I connected a 2 TB portable 2.5″ HD for media.

    Performance is decent. CPU mark was 3500 http://www.passmark.com/baselines/V8/display.php?id=48739737016
    I installed Windows 10 and it boots in about 8 seconds. Using Plex, I have played four different movies at the same time (two TVs, one ipad, and one iphone).

    I have not run the benchmark after upgrading the Bios to version F2 a few months ago. I did notice that the fan never went full blast once I did. When the fan did go full blast, it was very noisy. My recommendation is to make sure you are on F2.

    A nice package if you don’t need something totally silent. If you do, check out the Intel based NUCs that cost at least $100 more. The Gigabyte Brix, 8GB memory, and 128 SSD only cost me $236 shipped. Tremendous performance for the price!

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    great for the money but still cheap, January 5, 2016
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    VCT_Co

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    Bought it as I was considering upgrading from my Celeron NUC which had, until then, suited my needs perfectly. The gigabyte brix is definitely cheaper construction. The thumbscrews on the nuc are missed. Brix is a lot better on the inside though. It is also possible to install Windows 7. I had a msata I was migrating from a laptop which I installed drivers for this on before installing in the brix and it worked fine. When you take the bottom off the brix the front and back panels can slide out vs the nuc which is solid construction. The psu is better than the nuc’s. The nuc is hdmi and vga whereas this is hdmi and mini dp. Wouldn’t be able to run the nuc above 1080p. This is more future proofed. Plus it is cheaper and has 2 ram slots, so I have a more powerful CPU and 16gb as well as a msata plus a 2tb internal HD, as opposed to one or the other with the nuc. Now I use this for gaming on my TV too since I am not a serious gamer and it plays everything I want it to fine. This is physically bigger heavier and also uglier than the nuc. Also, this boots a lot quicker than the nuc.

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