[SIC] Really good Ryzen mini PC

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Hi. Those with htpc any idea how i can check the input voltage required? Im running on 12v 7a but seems to be insufficient, need advice if i can use 19v 5a or should i buy a 12v 10a adapter
 

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Hi. Those with htpc any idea how i can check the input voltage required? Im running on 12v 7a but seems to be insufficient, need advice if i can use 19v 5a or should i buy a 12v 10a adapter
What htpc is that? the model should specify what voltage and current rating it requires. how come you machiam anyhow fill in with any adapter?
 

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What htpc is that? the model should specify what voltage and current rating it requires. how come you machiam anyhow fill in with any adapter?
Long story but basically my friend move house and didn't want it so gave to me. But can't find the adapter.

Ryzen 2600 running in this case or something similar


Found a 12v 7a adapter at home and managed to make it work. But it seems to crash under load. So was wondering if it can take 19v or where do i check the spec of what input it takes.

Worst case I'll buy 12v 10a adapter


Edit: nvm i realize spec should be determined by the pico powersupply board in the case. Will check the model. Sorry really new to sff. Prefer traditional atx where everything can fit
 
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Long story but basically my friend move house and didn't want it so gave to me. But can't find the adapter.

Ryzen 2600 running in this case or something similar


Found a 12v 7a adapter at home and managed to make it work. But it seems to crash under load. So was wondering if it can take 19v or where do i check the spec of what input it takes.

Worst case I'll buy 12v 10a adapter


Edit: nvm i realize spec should be determined by the pico powersupply board in the case. Will check the model. Sorry really new to sff. Prefer traditional atx where everything can fit
most pico psu use 12v. what cpu is inside? if 65w then you need 120w ac adapter
 

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most pico psu use 12v. what cpu is inside? if 65w then you need 120w ac adapter
Ryzen 2600, no gpu. I running as headless linux server. But whenever i try sth heavy like compiling binary the whole thing dies and restarts

Guess i have to find 12v adapter with higher amp. Currently lazada can only find 120w max
 

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I've few FSP120-AAA power bricks.
 

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if you search evoo gtx in lazada, there is an intel gaming laptop selling for 788-$25 (year end voucher)=$763 only

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laptop has rgb keyboard and extra nvme and sata slot.

laptop runs hot while gaming, but so does lenovo legion 5. Can be alleviated by changing advanced power options so the cpu runs at 95%, or add a registry key to limit max frequency, and buy a $10 laptop cooling pad.

the 48Wh battery isnt meant for gaming, only last 1h. but if you dont game while on battery, the gpu can be off in advanced power options so it can have longer battery life
All laptops will run hot under sustained load because the components like CPU and GPU will try and run as quick as possible when they have sufficient power and thermal headroom. There is no avoiding this in my opinion. Based on my experience, even if I changed the thermal compound to something better, I generally don't see a drop in thermals (if any, the difference in temps is very small). But I will see a higher boost clock speed.
 

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All laptops will run hot under sustained load because the components like CPU and GPU will try and run as quick as possible when they have sufficient power and thermal headroom. There is no avoiding this in my opinion. Based on my experience, even if I changed the thermal compound to something better, I generally don't see a drop in thermals (if any, the difference in temps is very small). But I will see a higher boost clock speed.
i ended up undervolting by -300mV
cpu pkg power dropped from 25w to 15w.

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guys,

I am looking at the ASRock DESKMINI X300 ... got all the ram and ssd ready

got any other alternative like the x300 with 2x 2.5inch slot

so eager to buy :)
 

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seems can buyed from lenovo sg too, but wait 10 weeks! :o
$946 kym (-$150 if chose 5600GE)
  • Processor : AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 5750GE Processor (8 Cores / 16 Threads, 3.20 GHz, up to 4.60 GHz with Max Boost, 4 MB Cache L2 / 16 MB Cache L3)
  • Operating System : Windows 11 Home 64
  • Operating System Language : Windows 11 Home 64 English
  • Form Factor : TINY_CEZANNE_WW
  • Memory : 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) SO-DIMM DDR4 3200MHz
  • Video Adapter : Integrated Graphics
  • First Graphic Dongle : DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Second Hard Drive : 256 GB M.2 2280 SSD
  • Networking : Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters : Wi-Fi 6 AX200 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.0 vPro®
  • Power Adapter : 90W adapter
  • Speakers : Internal Speaker
  • Vertical Stand : Vertical Stand for Tiny
  • Publications Pack : Publication-English
  • Warranty : 1 Year On-site
  • 5Y Onsite upgrade from 1Y Onsite
Subtotal:SG$1,491.62
My Savings:-SG$545.51
ShippingFREE
Estimated Total (inc. GST)SG$946.11
 
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seems can buyed from lenovo sg too, but wait 10 weeks! :o
$946 kym (-$150 if chose 5600GE)
  • Processor : AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 5750GE Processor (8 Cores / 16 Threads, 3.20 GHz, up to 4.60 GHz with Max Boost, 4 MB Cache L2 / 16 MB Cache L3)
  • Operating System : Windows 11 Home 64
  • Operating System Language : Windows 11 Home 64 English
  • Form Factor : TINY_CEZANNE_WW
  • Memory : 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) SO-DIMM DDR4 3200MHz
  • Video Adapter : Integrated Graphics
  • First Graphic Dongle : DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Second Hard Drive : 256 GB M.2 2280 SSD
  • Networking : Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters : Wi-Fi 6 AX200 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.0 vPro®
  • Power Adapter : 90W adapter
  • Speakers : Internal Speaker
  • Vertical Stand : Vertical Stand for Tiny
  • Publications Pack : Publication-English
  • Warranty : 1 Year On-site
  • 5Y Onsite upgrade from 1Y Onsite
Subtotal:SG$1,491.62
My Savings:-SG$545.51
ShippingFREE
Estimated Total (inc. GST)SG$946.11
previous gen one about $700 for 4650g. so this time more ex. wait for rdna2 better since double graphics performance
 

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previous gen one about $700 for 4650g. so this time more ex. wait for rdna2 better since double graphics performance

i think the price about there, as in not a big rise yet.
lenovo also have 4650g config still, is more exp than 5600ge now. 5600ge got 90w power adapter option.

think will not have rdna2 for am4 sff, have to wait longer. so this is as good as it can for amd sff today. :o
 

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i think the price about there, as in not a big rise yet.
lenovo also have 4650g config still, is more exp than 5600ge now. 5600ge got 90w power adapter option.

think will not have rdna2 for am4 sff, have to wait longer. so this is as good as it can for amd sff today. :o
Based on my experience with this system with a 4350GE, I would recommend sticking to a max of x600, i.e. 6 cores config. The reason being that it runs quite hot even with the 4350GE despite the 35W TDP. The heatsink is a very basic all aluminum build that is also shared with the VRM if I am not mistaken. So even with an 8 core processor, it may not run as fast as expected.

RDNA2 SFF likely will not happen until next year for sure. So if you need a powerful mini PC now, I think the M75q is well worth the money since the APU is based on the Zen 3 architecture, and not the Zen 2 used on most mini PC running the 5500U and 5700U.
 

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seems can buyed from lenovo sg too, but wait 10 weeks! :o
$946 kym (-$150 if chose 5600GE)
  • Processor : AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 5750GE Processor (8 Cores / 16 Threads, 3.20 GHz, up to 4.60 GHz with Max Boost, 4 MB Cache L2 / 16 MB Cache L3)
  • Operating System : Windows 11 Home 64
  • Operating System Language : Windows 11 Home 64 English
  • Form Factor : TINY_CEZANNE_WW
  • Memory : 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) SO-DIMM DDR4 3200MHz
  • Video Adapter : Integrated Graphics
  • First Graphic Dongle : DisplayPort to DVI Adapter
  • Second Hard Drive : 256 GB M.2 2280 SSD
  • Networking : Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • WiFi Wireless LAN Adapters : Wi-Fi 6 AX200 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.0 vPro®
  • Power Adapter : 90W adapter
  • Speakers : Internal Speaker
  • Vertical Stand : Vertical Stand for Tiny
  • Publications Pack : Publication-English
  • Warranty : 1 Year On-site
  • 5Y Onsite upgrade from 1Y Onsite
Subtotal:SG$1,491.62
My Savings:-SG$545.51
ShippingFREE
Estimated Total (inc. GST)SG$946.11

not bad
moi ish tan gu gu for 5700G stand alone CPU to be under SGD300 then buy it to upgrade my 2200G with it.
 

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What chinese term to search ah

Sic please
just search 4700g, the es listings are quite close to the top; u cant get the regular ones anyway. the title will have the words "es" or "测试版" and generally have the 5700g too.
 
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