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ASRock Deskmini 110W Intel Barebone PC

MPN: Deskmini 110W | SKU: XC4633
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  • Supports Intel 6th Core i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron processors (socket 1151) (max. TDP 65W)
  • Supports standard Intel box fan coolers
  • AS rock h110m-stx (Mini-STX) motherboard
  • Supports DDR4 2133Mhz, 2 x SO-DIMM Slots, max. 32GB
  • Supports 2 x 2.5" HDDs or SSDs
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  • Supports Intel 6th Core i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron processors (socket 1151) (max. TDP 65W)
  • Supports standard Intel box fan coolers
  • AS rock h110m-stx (Mini-STX) motherboard
  • Supports DDR4 2133Mhz, 2 x SO-DIMM Slots, max. 32GB
  • Supports 2 x 2.5" HDDs or SSDs
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As rock desk Mini 110W Intel socket LGA1151 Intel H110 2 x 260pin SO-DIMM Intel HD graphics built-in visuals and the VGA outputs can be supported only with processors which are GPU integrated. Supports Intel 6th Core i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron processors (socket 1151) (max. Tdp 65W). supports standard Intel box fan coolers. As rock h110m-stx (Mini-STX) motherboard. Intel H110 chipset. Intel HD graphics. Supports DDR4 2133Mhz, 2 x SO-DIMM slots, max. 32GB. 1 x M.2 (key E 2230) slot for Wi-Fi + BT module, 1 x M.2 SSD slot (supports Type 2280 M.2 PCIe Gen3 X4) SATA Type M.2 module is not supported. 1 x VGA , 1 x HDMI, 1 x DP, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x LAN, 1 x dc-in jack. Supports 2 x 2.5" HDD or SSDs. 120W/19V power adapter.

  • Intel Core i7/i5/i3/ Pentium / Celeron (LGA1151)
  • Intel H110
  • 2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2400
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • DeskMini barebone do come with Wi-fi build in


  • ASRock Deskmini 110W Barebone PC

Brand: ASRock

MPN: Deskmini 110W

UPC: 4717677331318


Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

Product Details

Deskmini 110W
Processor Type
Supports 7th and 6th Generation Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 / Pentium / Celeron Processors (Socket 1151) (Max. TDP 65W)
CPU Socket
Intel Socket LGA1151
North Bridge
Intel H110
Memory installed
No Memory
Memory slot
2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR4 2400
Max Memory Supported
1 x M.2 (key E 2230) Slot for Wi-Fi + BT Module
1 x M.2 SSD Slot (Supports type 2280 M.2 PCIe Gen3 x4)
*The SATA type M.2 is not supported.
Hard Drive Installed
No Hard Drive
Serial ATA
2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
Onboard Video
* Intel HD Graphics Built-in Visuals and the VGA outputs can be supported only with processors which are GPU integrated.
- Supports Intel HD Graphics Built-in Visuals: Intel Quick Sync Video with AVC, MVC (S3D) and MPEG-2 Full HW Encode1, Intel InTru 3D, Intel Clear Video HD Technology, Intel Insider, Intel HD Graphics 510/530
- Pixel Shader 5.0, DirectX 12
- Max. shared memory 1024MB
* The size of maximum shared memory may vary from different operating systems.
- Three graphics output options: D-Sub, HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2
* Supports up to 2 displays simultaneously.
- Supports HDMI with max. resolution up to 4K x 2K (4096x2160) @ 24Hz / (3840x2160) @ 30Hz
- Supports D-Sub with max. resolution up to 1920x1200 @ 60Hz
- Supports DisplayPort 1.2 with max. resolution up to 4K x 2K (4096x2304) @ 60Hz
- Supports Auto Lip Sync, Deep Color (12bpc), xvYCC and HBR (High Bit Rate Audio) with HDMI Port (Compliant HDMI monitor is required)
- Supports Accelerated Media Codecs: HEVC, VP8, VP9
- Supports HDCP with HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2 Ports
- Supports Full HD 1080p Blu-ray (BD) playback with HDMI and DisplayPort 1.2 Ports
Onboard Audio
Realtek ALC283
Intel i219V
Max LAN Speed
Wireless LAN
2.4G/5G, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
2.5" Internal Bays
Supports 2 x 2.5" HDDs or SSDs
*HDD support type: 2.5" SATA hard drive (7mm & 9.5mm)
Front USB
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 (Type-C)
Front Audio Ports
1 x Headphone with MIC
1 x MIC-In
Other Front Ports
- 1 x CPU_Fan_1 Connector (4-Pin)
- 2 x USB 2.0 Headers
- 1 x CPU_Fan_2 Connector (5-Pin)
- 1 x Internal Speaker Header (4-Pin)
- 1 x Front Panel Header
- 1 x Chassis Intrusion (2-Pin)
1 x HDMI
1 x VGA
1 x DP
Rear USB
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1
1 x USB 2.0
Other Rear Ports
1 x DC-In Jack
Power Supply
120W/19V Power Adapter
6.10" x 3.15" x 6.10"
Steel Body & Plastic Bezel
Smaller Size, Better performance
Compared to T-series CPU models, DeskMini 110 uses 65W CPUs and is still smaller than other HTPCs, bringing up to 23% more performance.

Higher Value, Better performance
Compared to U-series CPU models, DeskMini 110 uses Intel standard CPUs that bring up to 21% more performance, while using cost effective Pentium or Core i3 processors.

DC-In Adapter
The DC-In adapter saves users up to 14% on power consumption compared to the traditional PSU design.

Tons of Customization Options
COM port header, TPM 2.0 chip, slim thermal fan or standard Intel box fan. Customize your own mini-STX.

Two M.2 Slots
A key E 2230 M.2 slot for supporting a Wi-Fi + BT module, and another type 2280 M.2 slot which is directly powered by the CPU, thus boasting 7% better performance than other M.2 slots for supporting PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSDs.
*SATA type M.2 module is not supported

USB 3.0 Type-C
A Type-C USB 3.0 connector for fast charging and delivering up to 5Gbps data transfer rates.

Dual Band 802.11ac Wi-Fi
No one has time for weak Wi-Fi signals and sluggish internet! That's why this motherboard comes with a 802.11ac Wi-Fi (2.4G / 5G Wi-Fi) module which supports wireless networks and Bluetooth v4.0.
*Available only with DeskMini 110W

Flexible LAN Choice
Settle for the default Intel I219V LAN, or upgrade both your chipset to B150/Q170 and server grade Intel I219LM LAN.

Two SATA3 Headers
There are two SATA3 headers on the opposite side of the motherboard, which supports 2.5" HDDs/SSDs.

Three Graphics Outputs
This motherboard supports all three kinds of graphics D-Sub, HDMI and DP.
*Supports up to 2 displays simultaneously
- 2 x ASRock Wi-Fi 2.4/5 GHz Antennas
- 1 x CD
- 1 x QIG
- 1 x 120W Power Adapter
- 1 x Power Cord (by region)
- 2 x SATA Cables

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
58.62% (51)
22.99% (20)
2.3% (2)
1.15% (1)
14.94% (13)
By Milla Aro
Nice little system! Well worth the price...
A few things to state here. First, there is a 120 w power wort provided with the case. Second, there is as well an intel wi-fi m2 card supplied along with a pair of antennas. Third, contrary to anything about being able to handle "bigger" coolers, forget about it. You only have an inch or an inch and a half clearance over the processor before the top of the cabinet. So go slim.About the only complaint i have isn't with the asrock device per se but with the tiny connectors, both for the sata drives and the wifi. I still haven't figured out how to get the wifi connectors to stick. For the sata connectors on the motherboard i would definitely take the board out, turn it over and stick on the connectors - a whole lot simpler.I do like how they did the mounting of the hdds underneath. You can really do it without screws if you want. It is pretty nice.The quality of the box and the motherboard are pretty darn good. Excellent value for the price.Update: one thing i finally decided to do was add the wireless network card and the attached antennas to the box. It turns out the pre-punched holes for the antennas aren't quite round nor wide enough. I found i needed to get a little file and "round" them out to make the antennas fit.
By Silke Andersen
Really dig it, but a few hiccups
Note: i work in it and have been assembling computers since the days of dos, cpm and 286 computers. My first home computer was a commodore vic 20 to give you some perspective.I have a real love/hate relationship with the asrock deskmini 110. I received it earlier today (thanks usps for leaving it out in the rain). After gathering all the other parts together, i sat down to do the install. I wanted this to be a real desktop killer. Something that could do heavy photography editing, but small enough that i could easily pick it up and take it with me to the in-law?€™s or in the rv. I didn't need a gaming rig--well, games that can get by with integrated graphics.The form factor is superb! I love the design! It?€™s really only about the size of the power supply for a matx computer. It was relatively easy to install most of the parts.The difficulties:#1 the most difficult thing to install is the tiny wire clips that attach to the wireless m.2 card. These things are so tiny, i needed my 10x loupe and an assortment of needle nose pliers. These are not for the inexperienced user! I think i spent the better part of an hour trying to get those two wires attached to the card.#2 after spending hours & hours online looking at the dimensions of cpu coolers, i finally settled on a cryorig c7, which is a thing of beauty (i?€™ll try to post a review of that as well). I needed something that would fit within the small case (stock cpu fans fit just fine) and be able to cool an i7 running at 100% for long periods of time importing and processing raw photos and 4k video. Well, for those of you wondering, it doesn?€™t fit. It needs about 0.5mm more clearance. I think the thickness of a sheet of paper would be enough to make it work. It does fit in the case after bending some bits out of the way, but the case grill rests up against the fan. It is so close that the fan does actually run, but makes a ton of noise since it?€™s rubbing. This is my bad on my part. I love the cryorig design and low noise-level, it just doesn?€™t fit & that?€™s my fault. Pcpartpicker will need to add this info to their website.#3 if you plan to use a 2.5?€ ssd, you may want to consider getting that right up front, because you?€™ll need to remove the mobo from the plate to get to the screws. Not a big deal since it?€™s only 4 screws to get the mobo off the backplate. It as well uses a tiny connector/adapter for the sata storage. It is very nice to be able to add the two drives in addition to the pci-e solution. That was well thought out on asrock?€™s part.No other problems fitting the ram (it has so-dimm slots), the pci-e storage (on top of the board as opposed to many other mitx boards that have it on the bottom), etc.Next step for me to either get a stock i7 cooler, or something a few mm shorter. Once i get it running, i?€™ll post an update with some benchmarks.
By Derrick Miles
Five stars
Work excellent
By Berbel Van Zantvoort
Great little pc but!
Excellent little computer. I gave it four stars because i destroyed the wi fi connectors trying to put them on. It is probably impossible for the elderly or the disabled.
By Ernst-Otto Engelke
Excellent mini pc
I bought this asrock deskmini 110w and this is a fantastic case with motherboard. I went with the intel core i3-6100 3m 3.7 ghz and for the memory i went with 16gb g.Skill 2400mhz ddr4 and ssd toshiba ocz tl100 series 2.5" sata iii 240gb ssd and i installed window 10 and it run light a champion i love it no problem what so ever i recommend this if you are actually not gaming hard core it will play some games from adjusting the settings but other than that is all good.
By Cassandra Nicolas
The asrock mini if the perfect living room htpc approximately the size of and atx ...
Purchased the asrock mini from a different site as they had an offer at $99, the asrock mini if the perfect living room htpc approximately the size of and atx psu.I paired mini with a kaby lake i3 (this worked straight out of the box) 8gb ram, 240gb ssd & 1tb mechanical hdd, the intel cooler was ok, but a little bit too loud for a living room, anywhere else like an office would be no problem.I swapped that out for a noctua nh-l9i took the 14mm fan off and replaced with the nf-a9 pwm 25mm fan, once these are installed there is around 2mm to the top of the case, its now whisper quite, just one thing to note with the intel fan you install from the top of the motherboard, the noctua heat-sink you have to remove the motherboard to install the back plate, 4 screws and 2 minutes well worth the time.As others have stated the wifi antennas are fiddly but do not break easily, take your time and make sure you have them flat on top before you push them int place.My parts list:asrock deskmini 110w/b/bb/us lga1151/ wifi asrock deskmini 110w/b/bb/us lga1151/ wifi/ a&v&gbe/ pc barebone system (black)intel core i3-7100 kaby lake intel core i3-7100 7th gen core desktop processor 3m cache,3.90 ghz (bx80677i37100)noctua aao frame design sso2 bearing quiet fan(nf-a9 pwm)noctua aao frame design sso2 bearing quiet fan(nf-a9 pwm)noctua low-profile quiet cpu cooler for intel 115x based retail cooling nh-l9i noctua low-profile quiet cpu cooler for intel 115x based retail cooling nh-l9isandisk ssd plus 240gb solid state drive (sdssda-240g-g26) sandisk ssd plus 240gb solid state drive (sdssda-240g-g26) [newest version]corsair memory kit ddr4 2400mhz cl16 unbuffered sodimm memory corsair memory kit ddr4 2400mhz cl16 unbuffered sodimm memory
By Martha Williams
Great buy
Great pc with flexibility for upgrades.
By Oscar Gallego
Five stars
The best thing when building a tiny pc build. Love it =d
By Clifford Snyder
Custom workstation ina 6" x 6" package
I decided to load one of these up. I paid almost exactly $1,000. For this i got an i7 7700, 32g of ram, and a 500gb samsung 960 evo m.2 drive. I had a usb 3 4tb external drive on my imac and a 960gb 2.5" sata drive that wasn't in use.I installed ubuntu 16.10 on it, and it is my fastest computer by quite a bit.I develop software for a living and have to runsome batch type product builds that can take a few minutes. I timed how long the build takes on my 2015 loaded 5k imac, my i7 retina 21" imac, my 2015 maxed out macbook pro. The new ubuntu machine basically did in 3 minutes what the others did in at least 4.This machine cost 1/4 to 1/3 what the others cost, and outperforms them, in raw computing and i/o.Ubuntu has a fine user interface. I run cinnamon 3. It's maybe 70% as good as macos, but plenty usable. I bought a 40" samsung 4k tv for $250 at best buy and a wall mount. My desk only has keyboard and trackpad on it. The cpu fits on a narrow shelf behind the tv.The 4tb drive in ubuntu is set up to be my time machine backup disk for all my systems and my wife's, too.There are only two gotchas with this system. One is you have to flash the latest bios or it has all kinds of ethernet related crashes. Second is it isn't going to play video games that stress the gpu.The tiny cable connector ends are a one time hassle. A magnifying glass and needle nose pliars got it done, but with some effort.My setup's little brother is no slouch. The deskmini with i3 7100 cost about ~$250. Add $90 for an ssd and $120 for 16g of ram and you have a very capable sub $500 workstation.
Five stars
Just what i needed at a fair price.


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