Unveiling The World’s First Mini PC Powered By The 13th Gen Core i9 CPU (Sponsored)

GEEKOM MINI IT13 Core i9 mini PC

GEEKOM, a leading provider of Mini PCs, is thrilled to unveil its newest Mini IT13, the world’s first Mini PC with a 13th Gen Intel Core i9 processor.

Equipped with the cutting-edge 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900H/i7-13700H/i5-13500H processor, the GEEKOM Mini IT13 mini PC boasts up to 14 cores, 20 threads, and a maximum turbo frequency of 5.40 GHz. This powerful mini PC delivers groundbreaking performance for various tasks, including multitasking, gaming, and video editing. The computing experience is further elevated by the Intel Iris Xe Graphics, which provides remarkable graphics capabilities for stunning visuals.

The Mini IT13 excels in display support, supporting 8K displays and multi-screen connectivity through its two USB4 and two HDMI 2.0 ports. Whether you’re tackling a complex project or binge-watching your favorite series, this Mini PC has you covered. It also features a versatile array of I/O ports, including six USB ports, two HDMI ports, and one 2.5G LAN port for seamless connectivity to external displays and peripherals.

Upgrade your Mini IT13 effortlessly with its expandable storage and memory options. With PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD storage of up to 2TB, experience rapid performance and ample space for all your essential data and applications. Additionally, it supports up to 1TB SATA SSD storage and up to 2TB SATA HDD storage for greater flexibility. The Mini IT13 also features up to 64GB dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory for fast processing speeds.

Experience whisper-quiet operation thanks to the Mini IT13’s efficient cooling system, ideal for users who require a high-performance computer without distracting noise. With Intel Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth v5.2 capabilities, enjoy rapid, uninterrupted connectivity and seamless data transfer wherever you are.

The GEEKOM Mini IT13 is the ultimate choice for users seeking power and versatility in a compact form factor. Whether you’re an office worker, graphic designer, video editor, gamer, or simply need a fast and reliable computer, this mini PC offers top-notch features and reliable performance to help you get the job done efficiently.

Mark your calendars and set your alarms for the highly anticipated GEEKOM Mini IT13 Launch Event! This launch event is also being streamed live on YouTube, we encourage you to forward the link to your friends and family! We will give away as many as four GEEKOM PM16 portable monitors, and not one, but two brand new GEEKOM Mini IT13 mini PCs. Join us on YouTube on August 23, 2023, at 7:00 PM (CEST) for an incredible showcase of cutting-edge technology and innovation. Don’t miss out on the excitement! [Update: The Mini IT13 is now available for sale on the GEEKOM website].

Keep Up with GEEKOM on GEEKOMPC Youtube channel.

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8 Replies to “Unveiling The World’s First Mini PC Powered By The 13th Gen Core i9 CPU (Sponsored)”

    1. It’s probably just the storage options they offer and not a limitation of the hardware.

        1. Now that the product page is up (added to post as well), the specifications seem to confirm your hypothesis:

          1x M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD, support up to 2TB 1x M.2 2242 SATA SSD slot, expandable up to 1TB

          1x 2.5″ SATA HDD (7mm) slot, expandable up to 2TB

          1. > 1x M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4 x4 SSD, support up to 2TB

            Makes no sense since currently there exist ~70 different M.2 SSD models with larger capacities than 2TB, majoritiy of them Gen4 capable.

          2. if it’s a ~2021 started development (and a kept description for an objective agreement) it would inform about that date (affordable) upper limits for 2280/2242 form factor (while for 2023 even 2242 is (at least) up to 2TB capacity, AFAIR)

            or this limit is connected to Windows (unless forced to GPT, UEFI and 64bit Windows versions) there’s a limitation for system storage, initialized with MBR partition scheme, to 32bit (512B sectors) storage addressing that resulting to partitions having 2TB at most (but makes no sense for 2242’s 1TB)

    2. Probably either they’re quoting old documentation for the controller, or old support information from Microsoft, or it’s simply what they have on offer. You can attach larger SATA drives, ie 8TB SSD if you can afford it. Or even full size HDDs if you have an external enclosure and molex power adapter. Though rotating rust is so 2022…

      1. > You can attach larger SATA drives, ie 8TB SSD if you can afford it

        The height of the older IT12’s 2.5″ drive bay is limited to 7 mm. If this is the same with this new box then you can fit SATA SSDs inside even with 16TB but no HDDs with a capacity higher than 2TB.

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