Intel Celeron J6412 for this new fanless miniPC

It seems that the new Intel Celeron J6412 processor is reaching the Chinese miniPC market, and in recent weeks it has appeared strongly in different low-power PCs.

This new miniPC is the typical generic model that we will find in many stores and under different brands, in which its box made of aluminium stands out, which acts as a large heatsink and facilitates the absence of a fan for cooling. The expansion options are interesting, since you can easily increase the RAM and storage.

For the rest, an interesting miniPC to use as a 4K multimedia center on our TV or as a desktop computer for office work, navigation and the like with really low consumption.

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In this miniPC we find the Intel Celeron J6412 processor manufactured in 10 nm. A chip that has four cores and 4 threads with an L2 cache of 1.5 MB, basic frequency of 1.8 Ghz and turbo of 2.6 Ghz. The TDP consumption of this processor reaches a maximum of 10 W and integrates an Intel UHD GPU with 16 EU and a maximum working frequency that reaches 800 Mhz.

This mini PC can be purchased in a barebone format without RAM or SSD, but we also have versions with 4/8 GB of RAM, in a slot for a DDR4 SO-DIMM module. For storage we have room for an M.2 NVMe 2280 SSD, a second M-SATA SSD and an internal 2.5″ SATA3 hard drive.

Other features

As for wireless connectivity, we have the option of mounting an M.2 adapter to connect a Wi-Fi + Bluetooth module. On the perimeter of the box we find six USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0, 3.5 audio jack, Gigabyte network port, two HDMI 1.4 outputs and a DisplayPort 1.2 with support for 4K@60 HDR video output.

This mini PC is compatible with Windows 11 and Linux and includes an external power supply. A VESA bracket is included, plus PXE and WOL remote power on, among other options.

Price and availability

  • This miniPC with Intel Celeron J6412 processor can be purchased on AliExpress from $162 in its barebone version without RAM or storage.

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