Falcon Northwest Tiki
The Falcon Northwest Tiki is equipped with a third generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of DDR3L 1866MHz RAM, supports 2 SSD and 1 HDD, a discrete Nvidia GeForce GTX 600 GPU series and packs a lot of connectivity options.
Dual SSD option.
Great build quality.
Compact form factor.
High-end processor and graphics.
HDMI, DisplayPort, eSATA, and plenty of USB 3,0 ports.
Superb gaming performance in a tiny package.
Extremely quiet and power efficient.
No kitsch enclosed.
Must be operated vertically.
Limited interior space.
Lack of expandability.
CPU fan location makes opening the case awkard.
Slower than overclocked systems on multimedia tests.
By HotHardware on October 18, 2013
Whether you’re planning to buy a full-size gaming PC or an SFF, many of your considerations will be the same. Performance is critical, of course. And, if you’re looking at luxury rigs, then unique features and extras are important, too....-
By SlashGear on April 03, 2013
The Falcon Northwest Tiki is not a machine made for penny-pinchers. If you’re planning on working with any gaming PC packing an NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN GPU, you’re going to be paying quite a chunk of change – this isn’t the sort...-
By neowin.net on December 19, 2012
We review the Falcon Northwest Tiki, its recently launched small form factor PC that still packs a wallop in terms of both performance and reliability, if you can afford it.90
By Tom's Hardware UK on November 06, 2012
We recently published a story called Meet The Tiki, which walked through the mini-ITX-based platforms conception and design. Falcon Northwest saw the positive reception and agreed to build a custom-painted Tiki for us to give away. Enter to win! In...-
By Maximum PC on October 01, 2012
Size doesn’t matter. At least that’s what Falcon Northwest is saying with its latest entry into the micro-tower war, the Tiki, which offers full-size tower performance in a teeny, tiny case.90
By Maximum PC on October 01, 2012
Size really doesn’t matter Size doesn’t matter. At least that’s what Falcon Northwest is saying with its latest entry into the micro-tower war, the Tiki, which offers full-size tower performance in a teeny, tiny case. In case you...90
By G4tv.com on August 30, 2012
Video Review: The Falcon Northwest Tiki gaming PC features the latest Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA 680 GTX graphics card, a full metal construction and a granite stone base. So does this fulfill your gaming needs? Matt Mira and Michael Ian Black...60
By Computer Shopper on August 01, 2012
From its top-mounted Blu-ray drive to its granite base, the Tiki is an impressive gaming PC with an elegantly compact chassis. (The excellent design comes at a bit of a price premium, though.)...80
By Destructoid on July 21, 2012
If you can't build your own system, or you need something exceptionally tiny and the Alienware X51 isn't cutting it, then the Tiki is definitely a viable option. All around, you won't find anything else this small, this powerful, this quiet, at this price point.-
By Digital Trends on July 02, 2012
Tall, thin cases have always been prone to tipping over. The Tiki solves this problem with a refreshingly low-tech solution – granite. A slab of stone is attached to the bottom of the case, changing its center of gravity and making the computer difficult to tip over.95