ASRock at CES 2019: DeskMini A300, World’s First AMD Ryzen Mini STX PC Launched
ASRock has launched its DeskMini A300 sequence desktop PC barebones powered by AMD AM4 built-in graphics processors. The world's first mini-STX platform supporting AMD Ryzen CPUs has a quantity of just one.9 liters, however helps all the things that techniques on this class can provide, together with a number of storage drives, show outputs, and extra.
ASRock's A300 Sequence DeskMini Techniques are primarily based on AMD's A300 chipset and assist AMD's AM4 APUs, together with Ryzen and Athlon Raven Ridge processors and Bristol Ridge A-Sequence processors 65 watts TDP. It’s noteworthy that the barebones are outfitted with no CPU cooler that needs to be bought individually (cooling techniques as much as 46 mm excessive are supported).
The DeskMini A300 barebones are outfitted with two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots that assist as much as 32GB of DDR4-2400 or DDR4-2933 reminiscence, relying on the APU used (Ryzen or A-series). The DeskMini A300 has two M.2-2280 slots for SSDs (PCIe three.Zero x4 and x2 / x4) and two 2.5-inch bays for SATA SSDs or HDDs which are RAID-enabled (Zero- and 1-inch) Mode are supported))
Not like some ASRock Intel-based DeskMini techniques, the A300 doesn’t assist discrete MXM type issue graphics, so it depends solely on iGPUs. Talking of graphics: The A300 helps three show outputs (DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.Zero, D-Sub).
For normal connectivity, ASRock's DeskMini A300 has a GbE (managed by the RealtekRTL8111H), Kind A and Kind C USB three.1 Gen 1 ports, a Kind A USB 2.Zero connector, and an M. 2-2230 slot for a Wi-Fi + Bluetooth module (the DeskMini A300W-SKU comes with a preinstalled Intel AC-3168 wi-fi module), audio connections, and so forth.
ASRock's A300 Sequence DeskMini techniques ship with exterior 120W energy modules, which must be greater than adequate for PCs that don’t use a separate GPU and solely assist 65W AMD APUs.
ASRock has not introduced any pricing info for its DeskMini Barebones A300 Sequence. Nevertheless, it’s recalled that they’re powered by AMD's entry-level A300 chipset and will be very low cost even with no CPU cooler.