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    ASRock DeskMini Max PC spotted with AMD 'Radeon P120' ITX GPU

    10 litre PC was shown off with this configuration in a live stream video for Dospara Japan.
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    Re: ASRock DeskMini Max PC spotted with AMD 'Radeon P120' ITX GPU

    Not bad what ASRock have all squeezed into this 10 litre box.
    Like how it has four DIMM slots, but it seems that because of that it is not standard mini-ITX.
    Less good is that there's only M.2 NVMe slot despite the 2 litre DeskMini X300 having two.
    They actually boast about the case having 4 slots, but the board only has one, so it looks like they could have made a small custom mATX board instead; or far easier put a second M.2 slot on the back of the board like the X300 has.

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    Re: ASRock DeskMini Max PC spotted with AMD 'Radeon P120' ITX GPU

    So the motherboard is one expansion slot wide like ITX, but goes back the full ATX depth. Interesting when the case seems to have 4 expansion slots so I presume it started off as an mATX design.

    Only thing I don't like is the screws on the side of the machine rather than the case lid having metal folded around the back and screws there to hold it on. Even in the video there at the end you can see the black paint scraped off the screws on the side breaking up the flat surface. Perhaps a sharpie would be enough to fix that.

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    Re: ASRock DeskMini Max PC spotted with AMD 'Radeon P120' ITX GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    So the motherboard is one expansion slot wide like ITX, but goes back the full ATX depth. Interesting when the case seems to have 4 expansion slots so I presume it started off as an mATX design.

    Only thing I don't like is the screws on the side of the machine rather than the case lid having metal folded around the back and screws there to hold it on. Even in the video there at the end you can see the black paint scraped off the screws on the side breaking up the flat surface. Perhaps a sharpie would be enough to fix that.
    Yes, the side screws were a very noticeable odd choice throughout the video.
    Also, looks like the PSU is standard ATX with shorter leads, but why didn't the make hinge to access it like those old AOpen H300A cases did for the drive bays:

    (Or indeed most custom business desktop from Lenovo, HP, Dell etc.)

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    Re: ASRock DeskMini Max PC spotted with AMD 'Radeon P120' ITX GPU

    I am very disappointed an MATX box doesn't have more than one slot. I know the AIO radiator gets in the way, but they could have had a front intake instead (and the vents on the case for the rad aren't even large enough)

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