ASRock Desk Mini review: Compact PC for expansion according to personal needs

ASRock Desk Mini reviewed by mytechpartner team. At Computex, we have taken the opportunity to bring even the “Desk Mini 110” from ASRock for you before the camera. It is a very compact machine in which her ​​most important components have yet to buy according to your own needs and have to install. The motherboard is for easily extract from the casing in the ground state and offers space for a variety of components. It is equipped with a H110 chipset from Intel, which you can populate with a Skylake Intel processor of your choice. The chip, however, should have a maximum of 65 Watt TDP.

ASRock Desk Mini review

Of course, the chipset supports DDR4 format for the main memory. The available slots for enough to put up to 32 gigabytes of RAM in the small case. Furthermore, can be found on the board two SATA3 ports and two M.2 slots that can be equipped with the respective storage media.

When using SSDs limits are hardly set and use of high-end models, it brings the system entirely on data throughputs gigabytes per-second range.


By nature, the system also brings a number of terminals. So the user can choose when connecting a display, for example, between HDMI, Display Port and VGA. Here one must, however, be limited to the integrated graphics units of CPUs, there simply is no space for an additional graphics card is present.

Furthermore, USB ports of versions 2.0, 3.0 and 3.1 are available as well as jacks for audio signals. ASRock provides to the system already has a default cooler, which should be enough for these CPUs. The housing itself is in any case already designed deliberately for the strongest possible ventilation.

If necessary, the entire system can also be ordered with alternative chipsets. In the standard version of the product will cost around 135 euros, the cost of the processor and memory did we mention it.