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Newegg.com has ASRock Deskmini 110W Intel LGA1151 Mini Barebone System on sale for $109.99 - Extra $10 off promo code AFEMSRKCG3 (apply in cart) = $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

Note, be sure to apply the listed promo code during checkout to recieve discount. You will receive a Bonus Rosewill RHB-210 USB 3.0 4 Ports Hub (automatically added to cart).

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7/i5/i3/ Pentium / Celeron (LGA1151) support
  • 2x 260Pin DDR4 SO-DIMM
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 1x M.2 (key E 2230) Slot for WiFi + BT Module
  • 1x M.2 SSD Slot (Supports type 2280 M.2 PCIe Gen3 x4)
  • Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD
  • WiFi + Bluetooth
  • 120W/19V Power Adapter
    • Inputs
      • 1 x USB 3.1 Gen1
      • 1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 (Type-C)
      • 3x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
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Not sure it would be wise to use anything above 65 watts

the power adapter is like 120 watts only if you put that processor you will be kind of getting near the max wattage.

Not only that there will be more heat

I have one of these picked a 51 watt intel pentium g4620 ( comparable to an i3). if you don't have spares laying around its probably not worth it

I just use it as an HTPC for media streaming

I used my raspberry pi for streaming but it lagged a bit, this thing is so much faster but the stock intel fan does tend to make a bit of noise when you run it for a while . The new iris INTEL HD graphics look really good for integrated graphics.

Also these bastards don't ship the the case with a cable for extra usb ports. There is 2 cut off ports on the top of the case the cable itself is like $12 with shipping , i bought one from newegg ( only vendor that seems to carry it). Kind of had to buy it because of lack of usb ports , also its hard to position and cram the cable correctly , i had to adjust it several times to get the case to close otherwise the motherboard crushes it and the case won't close

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Either way I feel it would be a waste to use it on the Deskmini since the processor overclocks while the Deskmini doesnt allow you to.
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Interesting... was looking for something to try Sophos UTM on - would this be a good candidate? Is there a way to add a second ethernet port without much hassle?
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Would the Fry's Intel Core i5-7600K LGA 1151 Desktop Processor that is on the SD front page compatible with this? It is on Asrock Deskmini website Supported CPU list, but it's rate at 90W. Thought it could support max 65W. Newbie here.
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Got this during a similar deal in early summer. Sad thing is memory has gone up 50% so if you build a box with this, it'll cost you more
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Would the Fry's Intel Core i5-7600K LGA 1151 Desktop Processor that is on the SD front page compatible with this? It is on Asrock Deskmini website Supported CPU list, but it's rate at 90W. Thought it could support max 65W. Newbie here.
Either way I feel it would be a waste to use it on the Deskmini since the processor overclocks while the Deskmini doesnt allow you to.
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Either way I feel it would be a waste to use it on the Deskmini since the processor overclocks while the Deskmini doesnt allow you to.

Not sure it would be wise to use anything above 65 watts

the power adapter is like 120 watts only if you put that processor you will be kind of getting near the max wattage.

Not only that there will be more heat

I have one of these picked a 51 watt intel pentium g4620 ( comparable to an i3). if you don't have spares laying around its probably not worth it

I just use it as an HTPC for media streaming

I used my raspberry pi for streaming but it lagged a bit, this thing is so much faster but the stock intel fan does tend to make a bit of noise when you run it for a while . The new iris INTEL HD graphics look really good for integrated graphics.

Also these bastards don't ship the the case with a cable for extra usb ports. There is 2 cut off ports on the top of the case the cable itself is like $12 with shipping , i bought one from newegg ( only vendor that seems to carry it). Kind of had to buy it because of lack of usb ports , also its hard to position and cram the cable correctly , i had to adjust it several times to get the case to close otherwise the motherboard crushes it and the case won't close

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6856989002
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Would the Fry's Intel Core i5-7600K LGA 1151 Desktop Processor that is on the SD front page compatible with this? It is on Asrock Deskmini website Supported CPU list, but it's rate at 90W. Thought it could support max 65W. Newbie here.
it doesn't support K series right away, but people have done it and got it working stable by changing some voltage settings in bios.
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The new iris INTEL HD graphics look really good for integrated graphics
I dont believe there's any desktop CPUs in the 6th/7th gen with iris though, atleast not on lga1151 and not 2011-v3 or something weird.

desktop graphics with this were on par with somewhere between an nvidia 930m - 940m, that was with a g4600 (has hd 630 like the G4620 which is a huge boost over the G4560's HD 610), dual channel 2x4GB ddr4-2400 sodimms (dual channel memory, higher bandwith for the memory being used as vram, another decent gain of 5-15% in graphics performance) and an nvme m.2 for boot + sata ssd for storage.

Graphics were on par with what my surface book (nonspecific geforce model (a 1GB DDR5 940MX), not the 965m revision) does in games, things prior to the past five years run really well and even at full hd resolution and maxed out for 7-8+ year old games. just keep in mind intel hd graphics may need compatibility patches for certain games, or need to force openGL, etc.

edit: there are some skylake refreshes with iris pro 580, but they are sold to manufacturers only and are BGA 1440 (ball grid array, not LGA)
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Did a build with this box. Used a G4560 and 8GB ram, 256gb SSD. Was a little budget powerhouse. Ditched the stock cpu cooler and went with a noctua cooler. Whisper quiet. As an above poster mentioned it almost becomes a necessity to install the add-on USB cord to gain an additional 2 ports. Currently have it VESA mounted to the back of a 27" monitor. Very stealthy all-around PC for an every day surfer as well as for media. Not sure how good gaming would be on integrated graphics, but that's not what I built it for. All in all excellent little barebones kit, the person I built it for was extremely happy with the entire package and how much it cleaned up their work station. Would buy one again in the future
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Love mine, got i5-6600k and 1T storage running non stop for 6weeks, never turned off... Low profile cooler was expensive $35 but worth it.
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Love mine, got i5-6600k and 1T storage running non stop for 6weeks, never turned off... Low profile cooler was expensive $35 but worth it.
How much did it add up + windows?
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Any recommendations where to buy some good and cheap memory? Either 8 or 16 GB.
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Any recommendations where to buy some good and cheap memory? Either 8 or 16 GB.
That's what I am waiting for. Have everything to build this from the last sale but the ram, crazy how much it is. Around 70.00 for 8gb stick, waiting to pull the trigger at around 50 for 8gb stick.
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That's what I am waiting for. Have everything to build this from the last sale but the ram, crazy how much it is. Around 70.00 for 8gb stick, waiting to pull the trigger at around 50 for 8gb stick.
My thoughts exactly. The first 2 builds I did used a single 8gb stick which was $55. I went last week to order 2x more for my build and it was $75 a stick!!! I ordered anyways cause you can't find half the compatible ram models ASRock lists on their site for this board. Plus I have a preference for only using G.Skill ram.
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