Zotac has just upgraded its Mek Mini lineup by tinkering under the hood. \n \nThere’s the GM207SC7R0B, which features an Intel Core i7-9700K mated to the GeForce RTX 2070 Super. Meanwhile, the GM206SC5R0B features an i5-9400F processor and GeForce RTX 2060 Super video card. \n \nBoth are housed inside the mini-tower chassis measuring 10.27 x 5.35 x 10.19 inches. The Core i5 is supported by two power bricks (230W) similar to the Core i7 (two 330W). The GeForce RTX used in the two models is under the brand name Zotac Gaming. \n \nThe Mek Mini, one of the smallest desktop gaming platforms in the world, is the flagship product of Zotac. At just 9 liters, it can fit even cramped gaming stations. It’s also equipped with multiple colors through the addressable LEDs. \n \nYou can also customize the lighting with the Spectra 2.0, so the mini-tower is definitely an eye-candy. You can choose to fade-in and fade-out, cycle the colors through consistent rhythms, or flash the lights on and off. You can also choose the setting for a continuous succession of rainbow colors. There are millions of permutations of colors, so your desktop is never boring. \n \nThe Hong Kong-based company is one of the pioneers for compact gaming systems. Founded in 2006, it innovated the Mini PC that can fully support VR gaming. The system was called Magnus EN980, and it debuted in the Computex Taipei in 2016. \n \nThe year after, Zotac launched the GTX 1000 Mini line, along with the GTX 1080 Ti. That same year, Zotac Gaming was introduced, showcased in the Mek Mini desktop. \n \nHere are the specs for the GM207SC7R0B: \n \n- Core i7 processor \n- GeForce RTX 2070 Super (Zotac Gaming) \n- 16GB DDR4 \n- 240GB SSD (NVMe M.2) \n- 2.5TB HDD \n- Ray Tracing (Real-time) \n- GSync and Turing compatible \n- VR and 4K-ready \n- USB 3.1 ports (4) \n- 1 Type-C port \n- HDMI (3840x2160) \n- Two DisplayPort 1.4 \n- Dual Gigabit Ethernet \n- 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 \n \nHere are the specs for the GM206SC5R0B: \n \n- Core i5 processor \n- GeForce RTX 2060 Super (Zotac Gaming) \n- 16GB DDR4 \n- 240GB SSD (NVMe M.2) \n- 2.5TB HDD \n- USB 3.1 ports (4) \n- 1 Type-C port \n- Ray Tracing (Real-time) \n- GSync and Turing compatible \n- VR and 4K-ready \n- Dual Gigabit Ethernet \n- 64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 \n \nHere’s a video to help you make a decision. \n \n \n \nThe two upgraded Mek Mini also comes with a cooling system and ventilation from Zotac’s labs. Is it really worth buying a Zotac Mek Mini system? You decide!