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Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC Review – the smallest PC in the world

The bios with the Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC is rather basic, much as we would expect from an ATOM powered system. There are various settings for everyday settings, however it is worth mentioning that to install a new operating system the boot settings have to be changed to the USB drive device. This is detailed in the instructions however, so Sapphire haven’t left inexperienced users wondering what to do.

Above, the specifications of the Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC as shown with CPUz and GPUz. The Atom processor is a 2 physical + 2 logical design which runs at 1.66ghz. The nVidia ION graphics runs at 535mhz on the core and the 512mb of GDDR3 memory is clocked at 790mhz, this is connected to a 64 bit memory interface.

The Windows Experience index registers a final score of 3.4, which is directly tied to the worst performing component in the system, the Intel ATOM processor.

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