In the Mini-PC Magnus One (ECM73070C), Zotac brings powerful components to a small room. Unlike the previous advantages of the E-Series, the manufacturer builds this time coarsely divide desktop hardware that exchanges when needed. Zotac positions the mini-PC as a all-rounder, which is supposed to be suitable as a workstation and gaming system.
Zotac builds in the Magnus One Intel’s Core i7-10700 series Comet Lake-S (8 cores, 16 threads, 2.9-4.8 GHz). Thus, the CPU will soon be obvious to the old iron, as Intel in Marz 2021 wants to introduce the successor generation Rocket Lake-S. Also on board are Nvidia’s current desktop graphics card GeForce RTX 3070 with its own cheating and 8 GB of RAM. In Magnus One, a customized LGA1200 mainboard is used, which offers space for two SO-DIMM memory latches. That’s enough for a maximum of 64 GB DDR4-2933-SDRAM. Standard Mabig builds Zotac 16 GB.
In the preconfigured version Zotac Windows 10 HOME installed on a 512 GB of Groben M.2-SSD with SATA-6G connection. In addition, a 1-TByte HDD is included in 2.5 inch format for additional data. Users can be another M.2-SSD with PCI-Express-3.0 connection refuses. Alternatively, Zotac wants to sell the Magnus One as a barebone where builders must install data carrier and RAM.