ASRock has recently introduced its new DeskMini GTX system that combines high-performance components and miniature Micro-STX form-factor. The new DeskMini GTX Z390 supports Intel’s eight-core processors, up to DDR4-4000+ memory, and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 10-series GPUs. As additional bonuses, the latest SFF PC also features two USB 3.1 Gen 2 headers and two RGB connectors. As the name suggests, the ASRock DeskMini GTX Z390 is based on a motherboard running Intel’s Z390 chipset and featuring multiple enhancements compared the previous generation ASRock DeskMini GTX Z370. The new SFF PC supports Intel’s processors with up to 95 W TDP, including the top-of-the LGA1151 range Core i9-9900K. Also upgraded is the power delivery - in a bid to ensure stable operation of Intel’s latest CPUs and increase...
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