Nvidia Beware, AMD Graphics Powered Mini PCs are Coming

Chuwi HiGame

There’s no doubt, Nvidia has been dominating in both desktop and laptop GPUs for quite a long time. That might get to an end thanks to the new wave of mini PCs that are going to flood the market though. In particular, we’re talking about those powered by the latest Kaby Lake-G CPU & GPU technology.

Chuwi HiGame

The recent Intel and AMD collaboration is indeed bringing something really interesting, a dream come true for some users and definitely a step forward for the tech industry as a whole. At the moment, there are only a little number of products taking advantage of the Kaby Lake-G, according to Notebookcheck.com. With the major ones being the Dell XPS 15 9575, 2018 HP Spectre x360 15, Intel Hades Canyon NUC, and the Chuwi HiGame mini PC.

The CHUWI HiGame is a product we know very well as we’ve covered it before on our website. The mini PC from Chinese electronics manufacturer is currently running its crowdfunding campaign over on Indiegogo, which started this morning at 6:00AM PT (1:00PM UTC). You can check out the Indiegogo campaign at this link.

Here’s what the mini PC can actually do:

As we learn in the video, the Chuwi HiGame is a mini PC that is aimed at gamers with its powerful 8th Gen Intel Core I7-8709G processor which runs at a turbo frequency of 4.1Ghz. The Radeon Rx Vega M GH graphics then helps delivering an amazing gaming experience to any kind of gamer.

Equipped with Radeon Rx Vega M GH graphics, the HiGame can be turned into a high performing graphics workstation as well. Designers can use it to carry out complex design work on programs such as CINEMA 4D. Complex modelling and rendering projects can be quickly performed, improving operational efficiency.

Chuwi HiGame

The HiGame has also the capability of becoming a powerful cryptocurrency mining machine for blockchain activities. The safe and reliable underlying hardware ensures strong and secure hashes. Meanwhile its superb-low power consumption will ensure that your electricity bills stays low all the time.

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Multiple devices can be connected to the HiGame mini PC, through its Thunderbolt 3 interface it’s even possible to connect an external graphics amplifier if you so desire. The 8th generation Intel Core processors and Radeon RX graphics can definitely deliver great performance and superb visuals.

We already know the specs on the HiGame, as well as its pricing, so we here have a comparison with somewhat similar devices:




Mac Pro


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8th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-8305G /
8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8709G

8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8705G /
8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8809G

Intel Xeon E5 6 core


Radeon™ RX Vega M GL Graphics /
Radeon™ RX Vega M GH Graphics

Radeon™ RX Vega M GL Graphics /
Radeon™ RX Vega M GH Graphics

Dual AMD FirePro D500


8GB DDR4 with expansion to 32GB




128GB M.2 SSD/ 256GB M.2 SSD with
infinite expansion


256GB PCiE-based SSD


Windows 10 Home


Mac OS


$899 / $1,099

$799 / $999


For those who aren’t acquainted with Chuwi, here’s a short background history.

CHUWI is a consumer electronic comprehensive Hi-Tech company integrating independent R&D, production and merchandising. Above all, CHUWI is a company that always thinks a step ahead and does things differently. It’s been 14 years that CHUWI has been seen in the global markets, and they do surprise us with great product ideas along the journey. Above all, CHUWI devices comes with a decent price tag for performance. As top 3 tablet PC brand in China, Chuwi’s product lines cover tablet PCs, laptops, mini PCs, smart accessories etc. If you are looking to be a distributor, you can contact their sale manager – Jerry Chang – at sales1@chuwi.com or Skype: jerry618best.Chuwi
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  1. Elisha Bentzi
    June 14, 2018

    too expensive !

  2. Micael Angeles
    June 15, 2018

    Imagine this tech being adapted for windows laptops and tablets, this would be a huge leap in performance for the thin and lights.