Quick Look: Hands-On With LG's 22AM33NB All-In-One Chassis

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Maxx_Power

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Hmm, seems to me all these AIO's have a large surface area on the back casing. One could easily make that back casing fully aluminum with fins and use that as a large radiator for cooling the CPU and GPU/critical components passively.
 

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It's called the 22AM33NB... you'll have to forgive me for thinking there'd be an AMD CPU in there. :) As this model only uses the HD 4000, I wouldn't have minded seeing -CPU +GPU in the form of a Trinity setup... and it might be cheaper.

If you're going to use a discrete card, however, then Intel really is the only way to go. A low powered i3 would still be pretty swift.
 

warezme

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OMG, it's like almost 2013 and PC designers still don't get it that huge bezels are the ugliest thing you can design. That looks like something out of the 1990's.
 
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