ASRock submitted several DeskMini and DeskMeet products to EEC
Recently, ASRock submitted a new document to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), involving a variety of DeskMini and DeskMeet series products.
ASRock mini-computers are divided into four series: Mars, Jupiter, DeskMini, and DeskMeet. Among them, the Mars series is the smallest, about 0.7L. It is equipped with a notebook CPU, and you need to install memory and hard disk by yourself; the volume of the Jupiter series is about 1L, and it comes with a heat sink. You need to install the CPU, memory, and hard disk by yourself; the volume of the DeskMini series is about 2L, and the expandability is stronger. You need to install the CPU, radiator, memory, and hard disk by yourself; DeskMeet is about 8L in size, uses an ATX power supply, supports 3.5-inch hard drives, and can be installed with independent graphics cards.
This time involves two DeskMini products, respectively adopting the Intel B760 chipset and AMD X600 chipset; there are also three DeskMeet products, which adopt the Intel B760 chipset, AMD X600, and X300 chipset respectively.
According to previous reports, Intel may release the 13th generation non-K Core processor and B760 chipset on January 3 next year, around the CES 2023 exhibition, when users can learn more about the chipset specifications. Released in 2017, the X300 chipset supports processor and memory overclocking, and is designed for small-size devices such as SFF. The DeskMini X300 currently on sale by ASRock was released in August 2020 and will support the Ryzen 5000 series processors through a BIOS update. The X600 chipset is currently unknown and is expected to be announced in 2023.
ASRock released DeskMeet with X300 chipset at CES 2022 at the beginning of the year, and DeskMini with Intel B660 chipset is also on sale now. It should be noted that not all submitted models will eventually be listed, usually, only about 80% of the models will enter the market for sale.