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    Vorke V1 Intel Braswell Celeron J3160 4/64G SSD Windows 10 MINI PC Gigabit LAN BT4.0 HDMI/VGA Output USB3.0 - Black



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    Brand Vorke Model V1
    Color Black
    Operating System Windows10, Supports WIN8.1/ubuntu
    CPU Braswell J3160 1.6 GHz
    GPU Intel® HD Graphics 400
    RAM DDR3L 4GB (Can be extended to 8GB
    ROM 64G SSD(Endless extension for SSD, 1TB extension for HDD)
    Sound Codec Chip ALC269
    Wifi Connectivity 802.11b/g/n wireless internet
    Ethernet 1000M LAN
    Bluetooth 4.0
    Card Reader RTS5159


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    Geekbuying

    Coupon VORKEV1 will save $40.00​
    Last edited by trebor; 05-28-2016, 01:18.
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    #2
    Really nice mini PC, I see they moved away from Intel Cherry Trail and it’s probably for the best.
    Thanks for the coupon. I would probably get it from Geekbuying as suggested.

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      #3
      Not a bad looking machine and the first I have seen with Braswell refresh, so a potential to be leader of the pack.

      Lots of sensible vents in the side.

      I wonder if the 64Gb storage is onboard, with the option to add an additional 2.5" drive.

      Is the Gigabit lan port tied to any other controller?

      It would be useful to know that this seemingly unknown company have a face in terms of a Website and direct support.

      Supports Windows 8.1 for those that want to resist the upgrade path.

      Addition of a card reader is good, although in this day and age, high speed card support should really be the norm across the board for all boxes, so the RTS5159 does seem rather antiquated.

      The logical SOC comparison is with the N3150, which has pretty much the same performance except that the J3160 has a higher turbo clock speed of 2.24Ghz.

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        #4
        CPU comparison Intel J3160, N3150, Z8700


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          #5
          Vorke V1 is a Braswell mini PC pre-loaded with Windows 10, powered by an Intel Celeron J3160 quad core with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, and two important features if you want to use it as a desktop PC: support for internal 2.5″ hard drive, and dual display support via HDMI and VGA ports. GeekBuying sent me a sample for review, and I’ll do a two part review, starting with pictures of the device, and its internal, before publishing the second part testing the performance, stability and features of the mini PC.

          readmore: CNXSoft

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          Source: CNXSoft

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            #6
            The 7m drive fit better then 9m kinda lot of hardware and cool that drive fits into device on bpttom.
            Many devices now mk902ii/Shield/Mk68 /Ugoos/neox5/minix5 (yes they still work lol) mk80 no it doesnt work lol.

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              #7
              The 7m drive fit better then 9m kinda lot of hardware and cool that drive fits into device on bottom of device.
              Many devices now mk902ii/Shield/Mk68 /Ugoos/neox5/minix5 (yes they still work lol) mk80 no it doesnt work lol.

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                #8
                Does it have VESA mount? The fan, how audible?
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                  #9
                  Vorke V1, After a few hours of fiddling with the the Vorke V1 it does put up a pretty good show for the Price
                  Thanks to Geekbuying and DHL delivery

                  Coupon Code VORKEV1 = $40 off still

                  How Audible is the fan, In a dead quiet room you can hear the whir of the fan, and it is at a constant, does not appear to get louder when the CPU is under stress and No Vesa mount

                  The supplied unit is installed with 4GB Ram and 64GB Msata, and can be upgraded to 8GB ram and with the Msata going to just about any size I believe, also we have room to fit a HDD in the Base as required.
                  I have a spare SSD kicking some place once found I will install, at the present this will just be the Base unit test.

                  Typical Windows 10 startup add location name etc a few minutes and into windows no problems found.
                  Connected to Wifi 5GHZ easy, Bit of a Windows 10 update and away we go.


                  Basic Information all Ok, fully usable Windows 10 HOME 64bit.

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                  Some HardWARE information
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                  With a bit more Detail
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                  Bit of a Stress Test about 20 minutes no problems seen here fan was constant, was doing some minor stuff in background chugged along fine.
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                  WIFI speed looking good to me, and as you can see ethernet pumping
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                  Internal memory speeds looking ok with supplied modules installed.
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                  The Vorke V1 is no High end Graphic machine and does not claim to be so the score here are only an indication for those that like to see number
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                  This is the First lot of test done with this Vorke V1.
                  Looking around the net today this box for the Price with hardware supplied is really a no brainer.


                  Over at CNXsoft and AndroidPC you can find a similar or slightly better depending on how you look at it,
                  No Ram, HDD or Windows for near enough the same price for $10~20 Cheaper then you have to source the bits.
                  That's fine if you have a shed of these bits.
                  If you looking for a starter that is appears fairly good. Lots of ports and working out of the box you cant really knock it too much for the price
                  Yes it has a Fan not overly noisy, Plastic case, no big deal, large vents,
                  Looking at the Build quality not too shabby and you can update Ram Msata and add a HDD so room for improvements if you think you need to.

                  More to come

                  Last edited by trebor; 07-08-2016, 14:12.
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                    #10
                    CNXSoft have carried out their review.

                    http://www.cnx-software.com/2016/07/...160-processor/
                    MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH

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                      #11
                      I find the Vorke V1 also a very useful Unit, as seen can update the mSATA, Ram and also add the HDD or SSD of the correct thickness, vga port bit of a waste but maybe handy for those in need
                      Robust little beast hardware looks good as well another Intel box to consider, pity they didn't start like this,
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                        #12
                        It does show that far from dying out, as some have predicted following the withdraw of Broxton, Intel boxes seem to be thriving.
                        MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH

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                          #13

                          Latest Drivers Windows 10 Vorke V1

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                            #14
                            Testing of Mint (latest) this day, working well from ISO of Bootable USB stick created with Rufus.
                            Picked up Ethernet WIfi, Sound and BT,
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                              #15
                              What is the Kodi experience like under Linux?
                              MXIII-G II, Chuwi Hibox, Nvidia Shield, NUC6CAYH

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