System 76 Thelio Mira Is A Desktop Powered By AMD Ryzen 5000

System 76 Thelio Mira Is A Desktop Powered By AMD Ryzen 5000

System76 launches its latest Linux-focused desktop computer called Thelio Mira. Pricing starts at $1,499.

The Mira sits between the base Thelio desktop and the Thelio Major in terms of size, cost, and upgradability. It bears a slightly larger footprint than the base Thelio at a dimension of 17.18″ x 9.96″ x 13.03″ (or 436.35 x 253 x 331mm). Mira has the benefit of holding up to two graphics cards, versus the one GPU the base desktop can have.

Other standout specs include:

  • NVIDIA Graphics (GT 1030, GTX 1650 Super: 1 × DisplayPort, 1 × HDMI, 1 × DVI, RTX 3070: 3 × DisplayPort, 1 × HDMI, Quadro RTX 4000: 3 × DisplayPort, 1 × DisplayPort over USB-C, Quadro RTX 5000: 4 × DisplayPort, 1 × DisplayPort over USB-C, Quadro RTX 6000: 4 x DisplayPort, 1 × DisplayPort over USB-C, Quadro RTX 8000: 4 x DisplayPort, 1 × DisplayPort over USB-C)
  • Storage Up to 36 TB, 2 × M.2 PCIe Gen4 NVMe and 4 × 2.5′′ SATA drives
  • Rear Ports 1 × USB Type-C, with USB 3.2 Gen 2 support, 7 × USB 3.2 Gen 2, 1 × GbE RJ-45 port, 1 × 2.5G RJ-45 port
  • Rear Audio 5 × Audio Jacks, 1 × Optical S/PDIF out

Of course Thelio Mira can have Pop!_OS 20.10, 20.04, or Ubuntu 20.04 pre-installed as an operating system. The case comes in a walnut finish, but this can be replaced with birch (free). Other available colors are Dark Matter (adds $59), Martian Red (adds $59), or Neptune Blue (adds $59).

Just like their previous Thelio models it’s handcrafted into their Denver facility where rigid aluminium is cut, powder coated, and moulded into a light, durable chassis that looks as slick as ever

The System76 Thelio Mira is available immediately, and you can configure your own here. Pricing starts at $1,499, but the cost will obviously go up if you choose better than base specifications.

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