the Miniforum HX90G It is a mini-PC, with a size of only 2.8 liters, which manages to combine a processor AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX with a dedicated graphics card AMD Radeon RX6650MAnd that’s not all, and the company is preparing two more computers with an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX + Radeon RX 6650M processor, and even a variant with an Intel Alder Lake processor with AMD graphics.
the Miniforum HX90G thus offers a CPU of 8 cores and 16h of thread processing at a Base/Turbo frequency of 3.30/4.60 GHz with a graphic that offers 1792 stream processors at a Turbo frequency of 2416 MHz with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory @ 16 Gbps. All this generates significant energy consumption and temperatures, so an external power supply of 260W to extract its full potential, and of course, an efficient cooling system to maintain it, since the processor is cooled by means of an aluminum radiator with three copper heat pipeswhile the GPU falls back to four heat pipes to avoid overheating problems, to the point that both components are seasoned with a thermal compound of liquid metal try to reduce the temperatures as much as possible.
The Mini-PC information is supplemented by 16 GB RAM DDR4 @ 3200 MHz (2x 8 GB), storage 512 GB NVMe SSD capacity with space for a second PCIe 3.0 SSD, M.2 2230 port for WiFi + Bluetooth module, port Ethernet@2.5Gbps, four video outputs in the form of 2x DisplayPort + 2x HDMI, USB-C/USB ports, headphone jack and pre-installed Windows 11 Pro operating system. Most interesting of all, its price, was not disclosed.
via: video cardz