With the DESKMINI X300 ASRock sets a customized version of the Deskmini A300. This is different from the naming additional chip that initializes the Combined Combined Processor: The X300 unlike the A300 translates translate overclocking functions in the UEFI BIOS and in AMDs Ryzen Master Tool.
When using a Ryzen 2000g, Athlon 3000g (Raven Ridge), Ryzen 3000g (Picasso) or Ryzen 4000g (Renoir) with the CPU-Fang AM4, users can overclock the CPU cores and the integrated VEGA graphics unit. In addition, ASRocks Deskmini X300 envelopes efficiency with undervoltation. At the DESKMINI A300, only the RAM tact and timings is adjustable – nothing is done on the CPU and GPU clock frequencies.
Asrock Deskmini X300
No real chipset
The X300 does not produce a real chipset like the A300. All I / O connections come from the combination processor and are identical between the two deskmini models: three times USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 GBit / S, Fruhe USB 3.0), including a type C port with charging function, once usb 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0, Displayport 1.4, D-Sub, audio latches and DC connection for the external 120 watt power supply. Internally, users can use two PCI Express SSDs in the form of M.2-cartche, two SATA-6G data carrier (2.5 inches) and two DDR4 SO-DIMMs install.
Even the housing remains nearly the same with a volume of 1.92 liters – just the front is designed differently. The CPU cooler may be up to 46 mm high, so that AMDS boxed versions like Wraith Stealth do not fit without modifications.
In the price comparison, only the Deskmini A300 is represented from almost 130 euros. Asrock supplies the housing velvet mainboard and a 120 watt power supply. Combi processor, data carrier and RAM must acquire buyers separately.