MINISFORUM announced their TH60 and TH80 mini PCs today. Both of them equipped with Intel Tiger Lake H45 generation chip to provide ultimate performance and work flexibility. It is a multi-purpose mini computer designed for use in a variety of solutions, such as gaming, home office, media center/HTPC, printer management PC, digital signage, or mass-deployment enterprise IT solution.
The TH60 is equipped with i5-11400H CPU, which is a mid range hexa-core SOC. It has 6 cores/ 12 threads. It can be boost up to 4.50 GHz. The CPU offers 12 MB level 3 cache and supports DDR4-3200 memory. The iGPU that comes with the chip is the improved version of Xe graphics card called UHD graphics. It has 1.45 GHz graphics frequency.
The TH80 is the upgraded version of TH60 with a stronger chip. The CPU is the Intel i7-11800H, which is a high-end octal-core SoC. It has 8 cores/ 16 threads and can be boost up to 4.60 GHz. The CPU offers 24 MB of Level 3 cache and supports DDR4-3200 memory. The iGPU is similar to TH60's, which is the UHD graphics with 1.45 GHz graphics frequency.
Both computers' body are only 18.2 cm long, 17.7 cm wide and 3.6 cm tall. They support totally up to 64Gb of DDR4 dual channel memory. Both have one M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 slot and one PCIe 3.0 slot. They can support up to 3 monitors at the same time using 1 HDMI, 1 DisplayPort and 1 USB-C port. If customers buy it with 256 GB of storage or 512 GB of storage, it will come pre-installed with Windows 11 Pro. 19 V power adapter is included in the package.
- RJ45 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Port ×1
- USB3.2 Gen1 Type-A Port ×1
- USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A Port ×4
- USB Type-C ×1
- HDMI ×1
- DisplayPort ×1
- Clear CMOS ×1
- MIC IN Jack ×1
- Headphone Jack ×1
- 3.5 mm combo Jack ×1
I don't understand why 12th gen Intel CPUs were not used.