ASRock DeskMini 110 Barebone PC - £129.76 @ CCLOnline
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ASRock DeskMini 110 Barebone PC - £129.76 @ CCLOnline

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Found 17th Jul 2016
Another new variation on the Mini PC that seems to have a lot of scope for choice as to what to put inside.

The Mini Socket Technology Extended (Mini-STX) form factor adds the flexibility to support Intel® LGA 1151 socket-based Intel® processors in the mini PC segment.

Smaller Size, Better performance

Compared to T-series CPU models, DeskMini 110 uses 65W CPUs and is still smaller than other HTPCs, bringing up to 23% more performance.

Higher Value, Better performance

Compared to U-series CPU models, DeskMini 110 uses Intel standard CPUs that bring up to 21% more performance, while using cost effective Pentium or Core i3 processors.

DC-In Adapter

The DC-In adapter saves users up to 14% on power consumption compared to the traditional PSU design

Tons of Customization Options

COM port header, TPM 2.0 chip, slim thermal fan or standard Intel box fan. Customize your own mini-STX.

Two M.2 Slots

A key E 2230 M.2 slot for supporting a Wi-Fi + BT module, and another type 2280 M.2 slot which is directly powered by the CPU, thus boasting 7% better performance than other M.2 slots for supporting PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSDs.

USB 3.0 Type-C

A Type-C USB 3.0 connector for fast charging and delivering up to 5Gbps data transfer rates.

Size about 8"x8"x3"
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i dont understand what this is.
Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?
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More info over at the ASRock … More info over at the ASRock site.http://www.asrock.com/nettop/Intel/Deskmini%20110%20Series/



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76zedfour

i dont understand what this is.Is it basically a case with a motherboard … i dont understand what this is.Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?



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76zedfour

i dont understand what this is.Is it basically a case with a motherboard … i dont understand what this is.Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?



Yes it is a barebones system but where some NUC's and similar devices allow additional RAM or maybe a HDD/SSD, this one allows a greater range of things, including CPU.

More flexibility in a small box.
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