Throughout a reside broadcast by the Japanese pc retailer Dospara, an worker of ASRock offered its new DeskMini Max, a 9L mini desktop PC geared up with an ASRock X300-ITX motherboard that helps a big selection of AM4 Ryzen processors from 2000 to 5000 collection.
Nonetheless, past the interestingness of the product itself, some twitter customers seen a small element barely fleeting for a few seconds on this video, the place it was listed a graphics mannequin named “ASRock AMD Radeon P120 ITX”, a graphics card not solely unpublished, but additionally refers to a nomenclature by no means seen earlier than.
Apart from the actual fact that till now we had by no means heard no particulars concerning the existence of this P collection of graphs, the presence of a sticker to mark this GPU inside the ASRock Challenger collection as an alternative of the PhantomGaming, signifies that it’s a preliminary model of the product, so this identify may very well be doing to some sort of inside identify utilized by ASRock itself to cover the actual identify of a new product.
Thus, in line with the remainder of the main points that may be glimpsed on this presentation, we will clearly see that the ASRock AMD Radeon P120 ITX has a single 8-pin energy connector. This capacitor design means that this isn’t a Polaris period mannequin, however will nonetheless be inside RDNA1 or RDNA2, having the ability of the already deliberate new Radeon RX 6600 GPUs primarily based on Navi 23.
A compact model that may very well be positioned between the additionally unpublished RTX 3050 Ti and the RTX 3060, the TI model of the latter being in actual fact talked about subsequent to it, thus predicting a new choice for these searching for excessive efficiency as much as 1080p.
Sadly, with none extra particulars on the a part of both firm, evidently we must look forward to the official announcement from AMD to know the precise specs of this GPU.