Recently, we are receiving more than ever reports about new models of computer cases. Interestingly, many of them concern smaller structures, dedicated to MicroATX or even MiniITX motherboards. One of such smaller, only 9-liter cases is ASRock DeskMini MAX. The housing was presented only as a project, so we do not know if it will eventually go into mass production and how it will be priced. Apart from these unknowns, the manufacturer has provided us with only as comprehensive information as possible, along with video material showing the assembly of the title structure.
ASRock DeskMini MAX is a 9-liter case design dedicated to the latest AMD Ryzen processors. The ASRock X300TM-ITX motherboard was pre-installed here. There is also a 500W power supply.
ASRock DeskMini MAX is a structure with dimensions of 168 x 221 x 268 mm, which translates into a volume of just over nine liters. And although this case is slightly larger than the DeskMini X300 model, we can at least install a PCIe graphics card up to 20 cm long. So we are left with Mini-ITX models, such as the mysterious AMD Radeon P120 ITX model presented in the video at the end of the news. Coming back to the case – DeskMini MAX was defined as a barebone construction, which means that apart from the motherboard and the power supply, it is up to us to supplement it with other components. And so this model is factory-equipped with the ASRock X300-ITX motherboard, which supports AMD Ryzen 5000/4000/3000/2000 processors (TDP up to 105 W) and a 500 W power supply (80 Plus Bronze certificate).
The case allows you to install four DDR4 RAM memory modules with a total capacity of up to 128 GB and cooling the processor up to 54 mm high. There is also an M.2 socket and two SATA ports. One 3.5-inch drive or even a 5.25-inch optical drive will fit in the housing. There are also three PCIe expansion slots. From the side of the connectors, we have one USB-C port, four USB 3.2 and 2.0 ports, RJ45 Gigabit LAN interface, as well as two 3.5 mm mini jack connectors (audio + mic). There was also a built-in WiFi and Bluetooth module.
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