Morefine Introduces M600 Mini-PC With Ryzen 7 7840HS “Phoenix” For $549

A new addition has been made to the lineup of a Chinese manufacturer specializing in compact computer systems. They have introduced the AMD Phoenix system, expanding their product range. Previously, they revealed the Ryzen 9 7940HS APU model with 8 cores, priced at $619 in the US. Now, they have also introduced a more affordable variant, the Ryzen 7 7840HS Phoenix APU with Zen4 and RDNA3 graphics. The only noticeable difference between the two APUs is a slight reduction of 100 MHz in the boost clock. Therefore, the M600 system, priced at $549, provides a cost-effective choice. It’s important to mention that this price is for the barebone system and does not include storage and memory.

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The Morefine system offers convenient connectivity options for display and data. At the front, it features a USB4 Type-C port (with Thunderbolt 3 support) and two USB 3.2 Type-A ports. At the back, there are four additional USB ports and 2.5G Ethernet connectors. The system has two DDR5 SODIMM slots underneath, capable of supporting up to 5600 MT/s. Additionally, it supports two M.2 2280 PCIe SSDs for storage. Interestingly, there is also space available for a 2.5-inch SATA SSD or HDD if desired, providing ample storage and memory choices.

The M600 system is housed in a compact chassis measuring 149x145x5 mm. It is equipped with a single blower fan connected to two copper heatpipes for cooling. The system includes DisplayPort and HDMI ports, enabling support for resolutions up to 8K, enhancing the display capabilities.

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An important feature of this system is its ability to operate at a 65W TDP (thermal design power), which is also found in certain Mini-PC manufacturers like the Beelink GTR7 series. This ensures that the APU can maintain its highest CPU clock speed without throttling, even when operating at the power limit. Notably, a 65W TDP is typically associated with AMD Ryzen G-Series desktop CPUs, delivering high power performance within a compact form factor.

As per the company’s statement, the system maintains favorable thermal and noise levels while operating in the 65W mode, with temperatures staying below 70°C and noise levels ranging from 33 to 38 dB. These findings are based on gaming workloads, and CPU-intensive benchmarks may produce varied results.

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The system is currently available for purchase on the official website, offering optional upgrades for memory and storage to meet individual preferences and requirements.

Via Morefine