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There are several developers working towards this right now! Unfortunately most of these projects are still in the "Crowdfunding" or "Pre-order" stages. One promising board, the "UP-Board" currently on Pre-Order: http://www.up-board.org/ $99 2GB RAM 16GB EMMC memory Intel processor (Compatible with Windows 8.1/10, Unknown if compatible with Linux) ...


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You can check the specification below to build a PC Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3400G ( CPU Cores: 4; Threads: 8; GPU Cores: 11; Base Clock: 3.7GHz; Max Boost Clock: 4.2 GHz; Memory Channels: 2) $145 Motherboard: Gigabyte B450M-S2H (CPU: AMD Ryzen; Chipset: AMD B450; Memory: 2 x DDR4, Max. 32 GB; 3 x PCI Express slots) $70 RAM: G.Skill RIPJAWS-V 8GB 2666bus ...


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You might be able to fit a low-profile nVidia GTX 1050 or 1050Ti in there, and that card would allow some modern gaming, but that is definitely not a gaming PC. The GT710 is an old business-class video card that is often used to allow multiple monitors on the same workstation, but is as bad as some on-die processor video adapters when it comes to processing....


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Atomic Pi, ~$35 on Amazon. Runs an Atom X5 Z3850 CPU (quadcore, with 2GB of RAM, and 16GB SSD), very energy efficient. Good for Linux, not Windows.


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You can buy used. For example, This - HP DC7800 Ultra Small Form Factor Desktop Computer (Refurbished) - is an extremely cheap x86 platform that does actually have some upgrade potential. It costs $50, but is more powerful than some SBC options and certainly more configurable. It is the cheapest such machine I am aware of from large suppliers online. You ...


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