Without further ado let us explain what it includes. For starters, it is capable of hosting any Intel 9-series processor, as it includes a custom-made motherboard with socket 1151, to which we can add up to 32 GB of DDR4 4000 MHz.
As if that were not enough, this board integrates logically the Z390 chipset and in its phase system we find a configuration of 5 + 1, which could supply up to an i9-9900K of 8 cores and 16 threads.
The main course comes with its compatibility for graphics cards, as it supports up to an NVIDIA GTX 1080 8 GB in MXM Type B + format, remember, in a chassis of 2.7 liters in total.
Its features are completed with a Gigabit Ethernet port, two USB 3.1 Gen 1 and two USB 3.1 Gen 2 plus one that incorporates on the front, HDMI video outputs, Diplay Port and VL, and a USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C.
The features are completed with its storage, which on the other hand is very complete, since we can install up to three M.2 units, two SATA 6GB units but only 5 volts of power and if that were not enough we will have an M.2 destined for Wi-Fi card.
If this is already an achievement, this motherboard has two more features for the times: support by connector for RGB LED and a separate one for Addressable RGB LED, so that we can synchronize our lighting thanks to the Polychrome RGB software.
Finally, the chassis has a fully perforated side to supply fresh air to the components or expel the hot air if it is used. The chassis has a brushed aluminum finish of beautiful design that harmonizes its straight lines and its square shape to the purest classic style of the most sober chassis.
At the moment ASRock has not referred to the price of this marvel of 2.7 liters. He has not made statements about the date of its start-up or sale, but what we do know is that more than one will be on the lookout to acquire this MiniDesk (we include ourselves) as soon as it is in stock at one of the main stores of Europe.
Seeing your system, disposition and capabilities it is clear that it will not be cheap, but it supposes a point and apart that can mark a roadmap in this type of PCs for the future.