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MINISFORUM HX77G MINI PC - 8TB NVME M.2 SSD UPGRADE POSSIBLE?


HeyItsChris

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Hi do u guys really think there is a hardware limit to nvme m.2 ssd in the HX77G mini PC?

 

I read on the Minisforum forum about the HX99G, someone added a 4TB m.2 nvme ssd and had no issues when it said it could only support 2TB max per slot (2 slots).

 

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I found an Inland Performance PCIe 4x4 8TB m.2 nvme ssd for $665 shipped, which is cheaper than the cheapest I found elsewhere ($779 cheapest on Amazon).  Unless you may suggest a cheaper 8TB m.2 nvme ssd?  I'd appreciate it.

 

By the way how do you think the AMD Ryzen 7 7735HS @ 4.75Ghz will stack up against a desktop 4.7Ghz all core overclocked 3700X (my desktop)? 

Also will I be able to use MorePowerTool on the AMD Radeon RX 6600M or no?  To edit the SoftPowerPlayTable.

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@HeyItsChris I would says it should not be an issue am using a mini pc with a ryzen 5560u aka a 5600g throttled. I even replaced my nvme by a SATA nvme card so i can plug like 5 sata hdd just need an external psu. And it had 3 hdd pluggued on the card 2x8tb + 1 4tb without any issue.

 

And for performance here you go but that was with a really cold room like 10c

 

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So I'm thinking about buying a Minisforum HX99G with AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX up to 4.9Ghz boost 16-thread is it any good?  Also has the AMD Radeon RX 6650M gfx chip discrete GPU.  I'm getting the one with 64GB RAM & 1TB nvme ssd.

 

Can someone please tell me why techpowerup specs mention the radeon 680m 780m having 32 ROPs when I've seen nothing but 16 ROPs in GPU-Z screenshots...?

 

What do you think about controlling the GPU with MorePowerTool, is it possible?

 

Can someone help me find 2x32GB DDR5-6400 SODIMM for mobile devices like mini pcs and laptops etc?

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On 10/12/2023 at 23:10, HeyItsChris said:

So I'm thinking about buying a Minisforum HX99G with AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX up to 4.9Ghz boost 16-thread is it any good?  Also has the AMD Radeon RX 6650M gfx chip discrete GPU.  I'm getting the one with 64GB RAM & 1TB nvme ssd.

 

Can someone please tell me why techpowerup specs mention the radeon 680m 780m having 32 ROPs when I've seen nothing but 16 ROPs in GPU-Z screenshots...?

 

What do you think about controlling the GPU with MorePowerTool, is it possible?

 

Can someone help me find 2x32GB DDR5-6400 SODIMM for mobile devices like mini pcs and laptops etc?

Thanks

Was able to overclock with some random amd apu tuning tool with my beelink ser5 5560u 6 core ryzen.  But my room temp was 5c and it was still throttling by temp at like 80c i think. Or maybe tdp. I cant remember.

 

The ryzen apu was not bad. Just played some arma 3 with a friend and fortnite and he has the same box and seem to be enjoying gaming.

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PSU: Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold White Edition
GPU: UHD ULTRA EXTREME BANANA GRAPHIC
MONITOR: [Monitor] LG CX48 OLED [VR] Samsung HMD Odyssey Plus OLED + Meta Quest 2 120hz
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RAM: MSI GT60 Dominator 870m 4800MQ
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