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Cooler Master shows Mini X mini PC at Computex 2024

by on09 June 2024

Computex 2024: Based on Intel's Meteor Lake

Cooler Master brought plenty of new PC cases and gaming peripherals to the Computex 2024 show, but it also unveiled a small desktop PC based on Intel's Meteor Lake, called the Cooler Master Mini X.

With support for up to an Intel Core Ultra 7 Meteor Lake CPU, the Cooler Master Mini X was spotted by Cowcotland. Pictures show a rather neat mini PC case with proprietary vapor chamber cooling technology. This, according to Cooler Master, allows the Core Ultra 5 125H or the Core Ultra 7 155H to run at up to 45W, rather than 28W. The demo unit even ran the CPU at up to 75W without the fan hitting full speed.

The rest of the specifications included support for up to 64GB of DDR5-5600 memory, an M.2 SSD, and integrated WiFi 6 connectivity. It also gets 2.5Gb ethernet, a couple of HDMI outputs, and plenty of USB ports, including two Thunderbolt 4 ports.

Unfortunately, Cooler Master is still not ready to talk about the release date or the price.

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