ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

ASRock has revealed their new DeskMini series of Micro-STX gaming PCs, coming with up to an i7 7700K and up to a GTX 1060 or am RX 480 with dimensions of only 210mm x 157.5mm x 81.9mm. This is a tiny form factor for a gaming PC, nevermind one that is VR Ready. 
This PC embodies what many would see as a perfect form factor for travel, offering an ideal balance between performance and a portability, offering VR ready levels of performance while coming in a form factor that almost enters NUC territory. 
ASRock's DeskMini features a Micro-STX form factor, with dual SO-DIMM slots which allow this PC to support up to 32GB of 2400MHz DDR4 memory, dual SATA power and data ports for storage and three total M.2 ports (two of which support 2280/2260 M.2 PCIe Gen 3 x4 SSDs). 


ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

(Images from Techpowerup)


On the GPU side, this system supports up either a Nvidia GTX 1060 GPU or an AMD RX 460, 470 or 480 GPU. All of these GPUs come in an MXM Type-B form factor and can support displays using two HDMI ports (only one is 4K 60Hz ready), one DisplayPort and One Mini DisplayPort. 

This system will support all Intel LGA 1151 CPUs, up to an including Intel's i7 7700K, though this unit will not support overclocking. 


ASRock reveals their new DeskMini Micro-STX gaming PCs

(Images from Techpowerup)


This PC seems like an interesting addition to ASRock's lineup, offering what looks like the perfect blend of performance and size, though at this time it is unknown how loud this unit will be when under load. 

ASRock has not revealed when this unit will be made available for sale to the public or the pricing structure of each unit, though these are expected in the near future. 

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Most Recent Comments

11-01-2017, 17:27:42

That's pretty impressive tbh considering how tiny it is.
Although I wish it was matte black instead of the glossy black like in the picture. Only complaint I see atmQuote

12-01-2017, 05:15:09

These look pretty decent, it's a shame they bear the AsRock name, which will probably mean half the ports won't work and the BIOS will not tolerate any form of OC. That's speaking from experience.Quote

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