ASRock launches Jupiter mini PCs with Alder Lake or Raptor Lake CPUs – Computer – News

ASRock has created two 1.1-liter Jupiter Mini computers that have room for a desktop Intel CPU, rather than a laptop CPU. Jupiter H610 and B660 come with 12th or 13th generation Intel CPU.

the Jupiter H610 and the Jupiter B660 They are pretty much the same as mini computers with the main difference being the chipset they use. The difference, as the names would predict, lies in the H610 and B660 chipsets that the two devices have. These are 12th generation Alder Lake chips or 13th generation Raptor Lake chips placed on the LGA1700 socket and consuming a maximum of 65 watts. There is also a difference in the connections on the front of mini PCs.

Both models have the same 1.1-liter form factor and VESA mount. device done According to ASRock A total of nine USB ports. Both models have up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory and three SSD hard drives; Two M.2 2280 SSDs, one with PCIe Gen 3 interface and one with Gen 4 interface, plus one SATA 2.5 drive. Furthermore, there is a gigabit ethernet port on both devices and both devices have the same ports on the back. These are a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port, four USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A connectors, an HDMI port, two DisplayPorts for connecting up to three monitors, and a COM port.

A difference is the ports on the front of the device; Both devices have three USB-A ports, but the B660 has three USB 3.2 ports instead of just one. There is also a difference in the Ethernet driver; This is a Giga PHY Intel I219V for the H610 and a Realtek RTL8111FP for the B660.

Pricing and availability of the devices are not yet known. The devices are not yet available in Dutch online stores.

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