The Partaker M1 is a minimachine-oriented game with a rather high-end equipment against the usual gear of this market. An Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor supported by a GeForce GTX960M graphics circuit, enough to launch a few 3D games without worries.
The Partaker M1 also includes two SoDIMM DDR4 memory slots to offer up to 32 GB of RAM, which in combination with the 4 cores and 8 threads of the Core i7-6700HQ Skylake clocked from 2.6 to 3.5 Ghz should bring a good level of overall performance.
The chip displays a TDP of 45 watts that the Partaker M1 will have to dissipate with active ventilation. The presence of a GeForce GTX960M graphics circuit with 4 GB of VRAM will make the task a little more difficult to keep the machine cool enough, so I’m afraid that this is not the most discrete solution on the market. Its dimensions are reasonable with 25 cm wide for 9.4 cm deep and 4.95 cm thick.
The storage is shared between a M.2 2280 slot for a motherboard-integrated SSD but also a 2.5 “slot to integrate mechanical storage or a third SSD. A second M.2 port will be used to integrate a secondary board for Intel 3160/3165 wireless networks.
The rest is more classic with 802.11AC wifi, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports, two front and two additional USB 2.0 ports on the back, optical S * PDIF output, HDMI, a DisplayPort for video outputs. A USB 3.0 Type-C port is also visible at the rear. Finally two audio jacks for a headset are present.