Maxtang AIV1605 new mini PC with AMD Ryzen V1605B processor

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Today we have a new Maxtang AIV1605 mini PC, the first model we located in the Chinese market using an AMD R/V1000 embedded processor. This mini PC specifically mounts the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B processor, an APU that is soldered directly to the board, which reduces the size of the box, also has interesting features such as four video outputs and a powerful GPU Vega. We hope that soon we will see more mini PCs with Ryzen processors on the market where Intel’s GPUs in this sector are far below from AMD Vega GPUs.

Processor and storage

The miniPC Maxtang AIV1605 integrates in its motherboard the AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B an APU with four cores and eight threads of execution with speeds between 2 and 3.6 GHz that has a powerful GPU AMD Radeon Vega 8. A processor that has a consumption of 12/25 W TPD depending on demand.

This mini PC has a metal case with plenty of ventilation slots and a fan for cooling. At the storage level we can mount an M.2 2280 disk and at the same time a 2.5 “SATA disk drive, it also has two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots up to 32 GB.

Connectivity and other specifications

On the back we have four DisplayPort ports that allow us to connect multiple 4K HDR displays, we have two Realtek RTL8111H Ethernet ports, Realtek ALC662 sound chip with double jack, six USB 2.0 ports and two USB 3.0. Internally we have an M.2 slot for the Wifi module. Optionally, it can be purchased with a TPM chip as an encryption system that makes it an ideal device for digital signage due to its specifications.

Price and availability

  • Maxtang AIV1605 Mini PCs are available on Aliexpress.com only for $429 (€398) in their barebone format with no memory or disk installed. If we choose DHL, we must have customs fees in its price.

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naomi

I ve bought this PC, it is not possible to activate the 4 displays, only one works at a time. Apparently there are not suitable drivers provided from AMD.

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