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Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube

Front View

The Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube contains the power you need for smooth full HD and VR gameplay.

Top-Panel Design

The top panel has diagonal lines that resemble gills.

Side Vents

The side of the chassis is vented for airflow.

Back Panel

The back panel is also vented for airflow.

Expandability

You won’t find any internal expansion room free, aside from a single, pre-wired 3.5-inch hard drive bay.The other drive bays are filled by a single 128GB SSD (2.5-inch) and a 1TB 7,200 rpm SATA hard drive (3.5-inch).

Graphics Card

the 8GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 card sits in the single PCIe x16 slot

Top-Panel Ports

Separate headphone and microphone jacks join a pair of USB 3.0 ports on the top of the desktop, in front of the handle.

Rear Ports

On the back panel, you’ll find a set of audio jacks (including TOSLink), an Ethernet port, a PS/2 mouse/keyboard port, four USB 2.0 ports, and two more USB 3.0 ports. The GeForce card has a DVI port, three DisplayPorts, and an HDMI jack.
[su_quote cite=”pcmag.com” url=”http://www.pcmag.com/feature/351388/lenovo-ideacentre-y710-cube/8?backTo=352377″]From pcmag.com[/su_quote]
Processor Name - 30%
Processor Speed - 20%
RAM - 60%
Storage Capacity (as Tested) - 20%
Graphics Card - 70%

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