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Shuttle XPC slim DA320 Mini PC Base Build Kit for AMD Ryzen Processors

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Shuttle, which has not produced basic kits for assembling mini-PCs on AMD processors for a long time, has revived this section of the catalog with the XPC slim DA320 model.

A board with dimensions of 190 × 165 × 43 mm houses a board based on the AMD A320 chipset with an AM4 processor socket. The design of the processor cooling system includes a heat pipe, radiator and two 60mm fans. This cooling system is suitable for processors with a TDP of up to 65W.

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The board has two SO-DIMM slots, which can accommodate up to 3 2GB DDR4 memory. Supports memory up to DDR4-2933 (depending on processor) and dual channel mode.

The system is equipped with an HDMI 2.0 video output and two DisplayPort 1.4 video outputs, as well as one VGA (D-Sub) video output. The enclosure accommodates one 2.5-inch drive up to 12.5 mm thick. It has a SATA 6 Gb / s port. In addition, there is an M.2 slot for drives up to 80 mm long, in which the PCIe 3.0 x4 and SATA 6 Gb / s interfaces are laid out. The second M.2 slot, with PCIe 3.0 x1 and USB 2.0 interfaces, is designed for a wireless module up to 30 mm in length.

The mini-PC is equipped with two 1 GbE ports, an SD card slot with support for SDXC, UHS-I and bootstrapping, six USB 3.2 Gen1 ports, two USB 2.0 ports b two RS-232 ports. 120W power adapter included.

The Shuttle XPC slim DA320 has a suggested retail price of € 198.

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A new era in the Windows mobile game console market.  GPD has already received the Ryzen 7 6800U APU for the Win Max 2 console

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Samsung waited six months to bring the world's first 240Hz 4K monitor to market.  Odyssey Neo G8 coming soon

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