MINISFORUM Introduces AtomMan X7 Ti The World’s First Intel Ultra 9 AI Mini PC

MINISFORUM has recently unveiled the AtomMan X7 Ti, the world’s inaugural Intel Ultra 9 AI Mini PC featuring a dynamic screen. Pre-sales for the X7 Ti will commence at 19:00 PST on May 20th through the official MINISFORUM store. The AtomMan brand currently comprises two sub-series: X Series (Exploration/AI) and G Series (Gaming).

The AtomMan X7 Ti showcases an Intel Core Ultra 9 processor, built using Intel’s 4 nm process technology. It touts 22 threads, 16 cores, reaching a peak frequency of 5.1 GHz, along with 24 MB of L3 cache and a 65 W TDP. Featuring integrated Arc Iris Xe graphics with 8 Xe cores and 8 extra ray tracing units, it supports AV1 encoding and decoding. Boasting 128 execution units (FP32 cores), it also integrates XeSS sampling technology, greatly enhancing tasks like 3D rendering, video editing, and live streaming, making it an excellent choice for playing AAA games.


Furthermore, the X7 Ti comes equipped with a dedicated NPU (Neural Processing Unit) chip, enabling energy-efficient AI applications. It can handle large language models with up to 200 billion parameters, facilitating features like 1-second text-to-image and 365 Copilot for AI-generated presentations.

Significantly, the X7 Ti boasts a 4-inch touch screen on its chassis, offering functionalities such as system monitoring, time display, and customizable theme switching. Additionally, it includes a 1080p camera with a physical switch and dual digital microphones. The camera supports Windows Hello and studio effects, while its vertical stand allows for convenient angle adjustment during video conferences.


The X7 Ti’s “Cold Wave” cooling system incorporates a silent cooling fan and three copper heat pipes, ensuring efficient heat dissipation even under a 65 W load, catering to demanding tasks such as high-performance gaming and creative workloads.

In terms of storage, the X7 Ti provides 2 DDR5 SODIMM memory slots supporting up to 96 GB of high-frequency DDR5 5600 MHz RAM, 2 M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD slots supporting up to 4 TB SSD storage, and an SD expansion card slot with speeds of up to 100 MB/s.


Regarding connectivity, the AtomMan X7 Ti is equipped with dual full-blood USB4 ports, one HDMI 2.1 port, and one DP 2.0 port, enabling simultaneous connection to four 4K displays for efficient multitasking. Additionally, it features a native OCulink interface supporting up to 64 Gbps transfer bandwidth, suitable for external desktop graphics card expansion without occupying an M.2 slot. The dual 5G Ethernet ports on the chassis support link aggregation, ensuring stable computer networking.


Being the first Mini PC to support dual 5G Ethernet ports, the X7 Ti maintains network stability through link aggregation, complemented by Intel’s next-generation WiFi-7 wireless card.

Via TechPowerUp