Minisforum has expanded the information of its powerful Mini-PC (2.8 liters), the Miniforum HX90Gwhich is distinguished by the combination of a processor AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX with a dedicated graphics card AMD Radeon RX6650M. One of the most important details it reveals is related to the cooling system, knowing that its small chassis hides a generous aluminum radiator which is crossed by seven 6mm thick copper heat pipeswhich are divided into four heat pipes for the GPU while the CPU sits on the other three.
This radiator is supported by a configuration of dual fanand to reduce temperatures as much as possible, we have resorted to the new fashion which consists in using a thermal compound of liquid metalwhich helps to reduce the temperature considerably, and it is not for less, since the company indicates that it will refrigerate without problems a TDP of 150Wwhich is the maximum consumption that the system can generate (CPU 50W + GPU 100W).
The Miniforum HX90G thus offers a CPU of 8 cores and 16 processing threads 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 high energy consumption and temperatures, so an external power supply of 260W to express its full potential.
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 the pre-installed Windows 11 Pro operating system. Most interesting of all, its price has not yet been revealed.
via: video cardz