The GTR6 is available as a barebone (no memory and SSD) kit or $750 with RAM, and storage, and it comes with a registered version of Windows 11 Pro. Unlike the smaller Beelink SEi or SER series, which use U-series processors, the GTR series uses faster H-series processors. The GTR6 replaces the previous GTR5 with an upgraded CPU (from Zen 3 Ryzen 9 5900HX to Zen 3+ Ryzen 9 6900HX) and a minor chassis redesign. Our review unit is a fully configured GTR6 with 32 GB of RAM and a 512 GB NVMe SSD that costs around $750 USD.
With its metal sides and airy soft mesh on top for airflow, the case feels sturdy. The latter is a first for Beelink, as prior tiny PCs from the business had plastic or metal tops instead. The detachable mesh gives a quality or elegant accent to the entire design.
The Beelink GTR6 comes with a 120W (19V-6.32A) power adaptorand has a proprietary large-port cooling fan, which has been professionally tested to be silent at only 2600RPM at 100% CPU load. Unfortunately, we need to report that this product will not be quiet under load.
In its two SODIMM slots, we spot 32 GB of DDR5 RAM running at 4800 MHz Dual Channel. For storage, we discovered a Kingston M.2 NVMe 2280 SSD 500 GB with a transfer rate of up to 7000 MB/s. We also have another M.2 SATA 2280 connector and a housing for a 2.5-inch SATA3 storage unit.
In terms of components, there are two dual-channel DDR5 RAM slots with a default capacity of 32GB. A first M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe slot with 512 GB of storage and the option of installing a second M.2 2280 SSD in NVMe or SATA.
At the rear side, we see an Ethernet 2.5 GbE port and four HDMI 2.0 connectors, lacking (surprisingly) are DisplayPort 1.4 ports. There are 2x USB 2.0 Type-A 3x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1x USB 3.0 Type-C and a headphone jack connector.