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ASRock DeskMini SFF PC with AMD “Renoir” Spotted

Lately, ASRock is really pushing the envelope when it comes to being the first to released new products. I think this is one of the first systems to us the AMD “Renoir”  APU.

Taken from TPU … ASRock is working on a variant of its DeskMini SFF desktop PC powered by an AMD Ryzen 4000G series “Renoir” desktop APU. We know this is a desktop “Renoir” since ASRock uses socket AM4 SFF boards based on the A300 or X300 platform, that the clock speeds are higher than mobile “Renoir” chips launched so far, and since the performance numbers for both the CPU- and graphics put out by HardwareLeaks (_rogame) are higher than those of the mobile Ryzen 7 4800HS.

The X300 is a barebones platform, as all the connectivity on the platform is handled by the AM4 SoC. AMD is expected to debut desktop Ryzen 4000G “Renoir” APUs within 2020.

Source: TPU,  _rogame (Twitter)

 

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