The latest DeskMeet and DeskSlim Mini PCs from ASRock, which use AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs, will be on display. Future models of ASRock’s DeskMeet and DeskSlim Mini PCs will support AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs built on the Zen 4 core architecture. These Mini PCs can be configured with up to an AMD Ryzen 9 7900 with 12 cores and 24 threads because they support Non-X CPUs up to 65W.
The ASRock DeskMeet PCs would be able to support up to 128 GB of memory with four DDR5 memory slots.
With a maximum length of 200mm, it will handle GPUs that are compatible with PCIe 4.0. The DeskMeet PCs will also feature two internal M.2 PCIe SSD slots, one of which will support the faster PCIe 5.0, providing a variety of storage options.
Additionally, ASRock will display its new DeskSlim product range. This range will be a thinner variant, as the name would imply, with a predicted volume of 6.5L. Additionally, it would work with DeskMeet motherboards, so there would be no performance penalties.
In the third quarter of 2023, the company will also display its new DeskMeet B760 and DeskMini B760 Mini PCs, but those items will be on sale at the Computex 2023 exhibition floor. Additionally, ASRock unveiled its Z790 Phantom Gaming Nova motherboard, which uses the top chipset for 13th generation Core CPUs from Intel. Similar to the MSI Z790 MAX series unveiled earlier this week, this motherboard will be the first of the company’s designs to enable WiFi7 and 5 GbE networking, according to the official release. Z790 NOVA will use a 20+1+1 SPS Dr.MOS power delivery design, according to ASRock.
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