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ASRock DESKMINI A300W AMD Socket AM4 1 x HDMI Barebone System

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  • Supports AMD AM4 Socket CPUs (Raven Ridge, Bristol Ridge, up to 65W) AMD Socket AM4
  • 2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2933 MHz (Ryzen CPU) / 2400 MHz (A-series APU)
  • Include Wi-Fi Kit (Wi-Fi module and two antennas)

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DeskMini A300 Barebone PC facing forward

DeskMini A300 Series

  • AMD AM4 Socket CPU
    - Raven Ridge, Bristol Ridge, Up to 65W
    - Support MAX Height ? 46mm CPU Cooler
  • High-Speed DDR4 Memory
    - DDR4-2933MHz (Ryzen)
    - DDR4-2400MHz (A-series)
  • Dual Ultra M.2 (NVMe)
    - M2_1 M.2 (2280) – PCIe Gen3 x4
    - M2_2 M.2 (2280) – PCIe Gen3 x2/x4
  • 2x 2.5" SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive
  • Support RAID 0/1 Function
  • HDMI, DisplayPort & D-Sub
  • AMD Fluid Motion Technology
  • M.2 Wi-Fi Module
  • USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-C
A diagram of the motherboard with graphics showing it 140mmx147mm and where the AM4 socket, DDR4 2933MHz, SSD and WiFi modules are located
Small APU Form Factor

The ASRock DeskMini A300W barebone system features a small form factor motherboard that supports an AM4-socket APU (AMD's accelerated processing unit). Using an APU means your graphics are integrated onto the CPU, and are capable of streaming video and web-browsing content.

Graph showing the 3DMark Score of memory frequencies from 2133MHz to 3200MHz, a 20% increase from top to bottom.
Insane Memory Performance

The DeskMini A300 supports dual-channel DDR4-3200+MHz (OC) memory up to 32GB. Thanks to high-speed memory and Radeon™ Graphics, DeskMini A300 provides awesome 3D performance.

PCIE SSDs being installed on a dismantled A300 system
4X Storages

ASRock DeskMini A300 systems support up to 4 storage options:

  • M2_1 M.2 (2280) –PCIe Gen3 x4
  • M2_2 M.2 (2280) –PCIe Gen3 x2/x4
  • 2x 2.5" SATA 6Gb SSD/HDD Tray
Two 2.5
Mini Home Data Center

DeskMini A300 barebone PCs support the RAID 0/1 function! Now, you can build a mini data center at home!

  • RAID 0 – Offers Superior I/O Performance
  • RAID 1 – Protects Critical Data in Mirrored Data
Closeup of the heat sink on the A300's motherboard
Heat Sink on the MOSFET

The ASRock DeskMini A300 features an aluminum MOSFET heat sink that provides great heat dissipation to ensure system stability while loading.

The DeskMini A300 connected to three displays that are showing graphs and web content
Triple Display

DeskMini A300 supports three simultaneous display outputs. Expand your desktop by multiplying your screen area. With multiple monitors, games become more immersive, workstations become more useful and you become more productive.

A comparison of frames between Blu-ray movies and AMD Fluid Motion Video, the text reads: Today's Bluray movies use traditional players that repeat framers to expand 24 to 60 hertz. This produces video judder and loss of perceived detail. AMD Fluid Motion video uses an intelligent compute algorithm that interpolates frames. This results in smooth, fluid video playback.
AMD Fluid Motion

Users get smooth video playback with the lower-power APUs on the DeskMini A300 barebone systems. Enjoy removed video judder and high-quality frame-rate conversion while interpolating frames using GPU compute.

Closeup of the USB-C port on the DeskMini A300's motherboard
USB Type-C

A Type-C USB 3.1 Gen1 connector produces fast charging and delivers up to 5Gbps data-transfer rates.

The DeskMini A300's optional CPU fan and its product box
AMD APU Cooler (Optional)

The optional AMD APU cooler supports up t ao 65W AM4 APU for the DeskMini A300.

  • Dimension: 77x68x39mm
  • Fan Speed: 1950~3500RPM
The availability of a APU cooler may vary by model & region.

The VESA wall mount pieces next to and on the DeskMini A300 system
VESA Mount Kit (Optional)

The ASRock VESA-mount kit on the DeskMini A300 lets you attach your system to any VESA-compatible wall mount, monitor or articulating arms to create your ideal space.

The M.2 Wifi Kit, two antennas, a M.2 slot card and two cables
M.2 Wi-Fi Kit(Optional)

ASRock's M.2 Wi-Fi kit includes the Intel® AC-3168 M.2 Wi-Fi module and two antennas, offering wireless connectivity for the DeskMini series.
The availability of the M.2 Wi-Fi kit may vary by different models & regions.

The DeskMini A300 system facing to the right with a closeup hotspot on its USB 2.0 cables
USB 2.0 Cable (Optional)

Two USB 2.0 ports provide universal connectivity for the majority of your devices. If you need, you can also utilize the USB cable that provides two more ports (sold separately).

Learn more about the ASRock DESKMINI A300W



CPU Supported

CPU Type
Supports AMD AM4 Socket CPUs (Raven Ridge, Bristol Ridge, up to 65W)
CPU Socket
AMD Socket AM4

Memory Supported

Memory installed
No Memory
Memory slot
2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR4 2933 MHz (Ryzen CPU) / 2400 MHz (A-series APU)
Max Memory Supported
Dual Channel Memory Supported

Expansion Slots

1 x M.2 (key E 2230) Slot for Wi-Fi + BT Module


Hard Drive Installed
No Hard Drive
Serial ATA
2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
M.2_1: Type 2280 PCIe Gen3 x4
M.2_2: Type 2280 PCIe Gen3 x4*

* Athlon 2xxGE series APU - PCIe Gen3 x2
RAID 0/1


Onboard Audio
Realtek ALC233


First LAN
Realtek RTL8111H
Max LAN Speed

Extension Bays

2.5" Internal bays
2 x SATA 6Gb 2.5-inch 7mm/9.5mm Hard Drive (RAID 0/1)

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-C
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A
Front Audio Ports
1 x Head Phone with MIC Jack
1 x MIC-In
Other Front Ports
- 1 x USB 2.0 Headers
- 1 x Front Panel Header
- 2 x 4-Pin fan connectors (CPU, SYS)
- 1 x DC-In Jack (Supports 19V Power Adapters)
- 1 x Internal Speaker Header (4-Pin)
- 1 x Chassis Intrusion Header (2-Pin)
- 1 x Audio Header (4-Pin)

Back Panel Ports

1 x D-Sub
1 x HDMI
1 x DisplayPort
Rear USB
1 x USB 2.0 Type-A
1 x USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A

Physical SPEC

6.10" x 3.15" x 6.10"


AMD AM4 Socket CPU
- Raven Ridge, Bristol Ridge, up to 65W
- Support MAX Height <= 46mm CPU Cooler

High-Speed DDR4 Memory
- DDR4 2933 MHz (Ryzen)
- DDR4 2400 MHz (A-series)

Dual Ultra M.2 (NVMe)
- M2_1 M.2 (2280) - PCIe Gen3 x4
- M2_2 M.2 (2280) - PCIe Gen3 x2/x4

2 x 2.5" SATA 6Gb Hard Drive

Support RAID 0/1 function

HDMI, DisplayPort, D-Sub

AMD Fluid Motion Technology

M.2 For Wi-Fi Module

USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-C


Package Contents
- 2 x SATA Data with Power Cable
- 1 x 120W/19V adapter
- 1 x Screws Pack
- 1 x Intel AC-3168 Wi-Fi Kit (Wi-Fi module and two antennas)
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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3/ 5
Great tiny PC, but does NOT support overclocking CPU/GPU

Pros: - Mini-STX is really great for media center and LAN party computers. Super portable and lightweight, and has all the ports it needs.

- Good VRM heatsinks.

- Dual M.2 NVMe support (PCIe only! Does not support M.2 SATA drives!)

- RAM can be overclocked. I bought some DDR4-2666 Micron sticks from someone who pulled them from a 2018 Mac Mini. I was successfully able to OC them to 3200 at 17-18-18-42 at 1.35v. I might try to tighten up the timings but I'm happy with the performance bump that provided so far.

- Fits the stock AMD Wraith Stealth cooler once you remove the shroud. It's a tight fit, and you have to wiggle it around some of the clips on the case when sliding the tray back in, but it does fit. The Wraith Stealth is way better than the included CPU heatsink, and almost as good as a Noctual NH-L9. (The NH-L9 is 1-2C cooler, and a bit quieter.)

Cons: - You CANNOT overclock the CPU or GPU. Despite the user manual describing overclocking settings for both the CPU and GPU, and having the BIOS settings to be able to do so, overclocking DOES NOT WORK on this. This is VERY frustrating, as I specifically bought this after seeing in the manual that overclocking settings were present. In the latest firmware as of writing this (v3.40), they have already removed CPU overclocking settings from the BIOS. I could understand if they had never had the settings there in the first place, since the A300 chipset doesn't officially support overclocking. But this just felt like a bait-and-switch to me. This would be a 5-Egg review, but ASRock really disappointed me with this.

ASRock has confirmed this in a forum post. I can't post a link to the post per Newegg's rules, but I have copied their full response into the "Other" section of this review.

- RAM Voltage is either 1.20v or 1.35v. It's a toggle in the BIOS - those are the only options.

- Had some issues with it not recognizing both my installed NVMe drive and a FAT32 flash drive for a while. Eventually, after some trial and error, I was able to update the BIOS and that seems to have fixed that particular issue.

Other Thoughts: Dear KWottrich,

Thank you for posting your query to ASRock forum.

AMD A300 chipset does not support overclocking.
This setting shall be removed on next BIOS updates.

Thanks for mentioning.

With thanks,

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5/ 5
My all-time favorite SFF/barebones case!

Pros: For $150, this is a very competitive price for what you get:
1) A very tiny 1.9 liter case
2) 120 W AcBel external power supply
3) Compact CPU cooler
4) Intel AC-3168 M.2 Wi-Fi module with antennas
5) Micro-STX A300 motherboard

That's great value for $150, if you ask me. The case itself is quite sturdy and includes some expandability options, including an optional VESA mount adapter (sold seperately for ~$10) and an internal 2x USB 2.0 adapter (~$10). I did not use the VESA mount but did add the 2x USB 2.0 adapter, which I will discuss further in the "Cons" section below.

The A300W is packed nicely, includes some extras (e.g., rubber pads for the bottom of the case), and the overall presentation is good. A software/driver CD-ROM is included... which is pointless, in 2019, in a system that cannot hold an internal optical drive. Seems wasteful to include it, but I guess it is a nice perk. The manual is descriptive and helps with attaching your necessary components (internal headers, RAM, CPU installation, etc).

I did not use the included cooler, but based on other reviews I've seen, it would be fine for the Athlon 200GE, 220GE, and 240GE, but might cause some thermal throttling on the Ryzen 2200G or especially the 2400G, at least under heavy workloads. Instead, I used the Wraith Stealth cooler that came with my Ryzen 2200G. However, it will not fit in its stock form, so you need to remove the outer black shroud around the Wraith Stealth. This takes literally <3 minutes and is just a matter of gently prying it off (with your hands - no tools needed) to unhook the "teeth" from the main part of the cooler. I kept the shroud in case I re-sell the unit later, but it is 100% unneeded beyond aesthetics. After removing the shroud, you may notice that there are two black "teeth" on one side of the cooler; those teeth MUST be oriented on the OPPOSITE side of the black fins (MOS heatsink), or else the teeth will be blocked by internal metal in the case and not allow you to close the motherboard tray. So, simply rotate the Wraith Stealth 180 degrees so the two "teeth" are on the side of the RAM, and you'll be good to go. In my case, I strongly preferred the teeth pointed towards the MOS heatsink, so I clipped them off using a pair of pliers - I preferred this orientation because it made for a cleaner connection/tucking away of the CPU cooler 4-pin connector to the motherboard. The Wraith Stealth will be a very snug fit, including getting just a tiny bit scratched as you close the motherboard tray, but it DOES fit and should cool better/quieter than the stock cooler included with the A300W.

A surprising amount of storage space for a system this small; you can fit 2x NVMe M.2 SSDs and 2x 2.5" SATA III SSDs/HDDs, which is way more than enough storage for the vast majority of small form-factor use-cases.

The included WiFi chip connected to my home WiFi network quickly and painlessly once installed into the motherboard, but the installation itself was difficult (see "Cons" section below).

Overall, it was extremely fun to build this system as an office-use build for a family member. I got exactly what I expected with this purchase, which makes it difficult for me to find a good reason to give it less than 5/5. However, I implore you to check the "Cons" section below as there are very important caveats that you need to be aware of before you buy this system, and especially before assembling it.

Cons: None of these Cons are crippling to the system, but are things you need to know before buying the A300W:

1) You MUST use SO-DIMM DDR4 (260-pin) RAM aka laptop RAM. Desktop DDR4 (288-pin) RAM is incompatible with this motherboard.
2) The WiFi module is quite annoying to assemble. You need to attach two small leads to the WiFi module, and those leads connect to the external antennas. However, the leads are very tough to pop onto the WiFi module; I thought they were the wrong leads initially, but eventually got them to "snap" (audibly) onto the module. After that, they were locked in tight and worked perfectly... just an annoying installation process. Interestingly, I didn't even use the external antenna and could pick up WiFi from my router (about 7 feet away around a corner) with perfect signal; I later added the antennas just because I had no other need for them, but if you need absolute maximum space, not using the antennas might work for you if you're near your WiFi access point.
3) The case is designed so that you remove the motherboard (and CPU/RAM/etc) by unscrewing four screws on the back of the case, then sliding out the entire tray. This is acceptable, but becomes a huge pain when you add the 2x USB 2.0 internal cable connector. This connector is about $10 from Newegg and plugs into a spare USB 2.0 header on the motherboard, with the other end of the cable attached to two USB 2.0 ports that you install in the side of the case. I needed more than the three USB Type-A ports included with the stock configuration, so I purchased this adapter for two extra USB ports. The problem is, the extra USB ports accessory BARELY fits into the case, having a slightly too-long cable and being a bit too "tall" on the inside, requiring you to bend the internal cable to almost a full 90 degree angle to fit above the motherboard. It was a huge pain to install that accessory, so unless you REALLY need more ports, you should absolutely avoid messing with it.
4) If you want to use an M.2 SSD in either of the M.2 ports, you HAVE TO use an NVMe M.2, not a SATA III-based M.2. due to the limited SATA ports on this chipset, the only SATA III ports are for the two 2.5" connectors, leaving only NVMe connections for the M.2 ports. That's not a deal-breaker, but is something that isn't readily apparent when looking at the product description and didn't become apparent to me until I saw more details in the manual. Thankfully, NVMe M.2 SSDs have dropped in price significantly, and you can get something like a 1 TB Crucial P1 or a 960 GB Intel 660p for <$100, which is pretty reasonable.

Anyway - none of these Cons are deal-breakers or even significant as long as you're aware of them ahead of time.

Other Thoughts: I purchased this in mid-March, 2019, from Newegg's web-auction store.

-ASRock A300W (motherboard, case, WiFi module, and power supply)
-Ryzen 2200G (CPU)
-Wraith Stealth w/ outer shroud removed (CPU cooler)
-ADATA XPG8200 960GB NVMe M.2 SSD (Storage)
-G.Skill 2x8 GB (16 GB) 2400 MT/s 16-16-16-39 1.2V DDR4 F4-2400C16D-16GRS (RAM)
-Optional accessory: USB 2.0 2x internal cable adapter

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4/ 5
Brilliant little device for HTPC

Pros: - Small
- Easy to slap together
- Plenty of power for a device the size of a power supply

Cons: - The WIFI cable connections are a bit hard tricky if you have big fingers / fingers that don't work well.
- Having to take the MoBo off to add the two extra 2.5" hard drive is a head scrather but not that big of a deal.
- HDMI audio would not work until I installed the "AMD all in 1 with VGA driver ver:18.40.02" from ASRock's website

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Verified Owner
5/ 5
Works Flawlessly

Pros: -I was surprised how small the unit actually is
-Dropped in a 200GE with 16 GB of DDR4 2400, no issues at all
-Used a spare 512GB SSD & an old WD Black 750GB 2.5" drive as a swap file disk
-Updated to the latest BIOS with no issues, Installed Windows 10 with no issues
-System is fast an responsive for a tiny computer with a 51 buck CPU

Cons: -As others have said you have to pull the motherboard off the mounting plate to add a second 2.5" drive.
-The update to the latest BIOS pushes an extra 1024 MB to the Graphics Card by default. The Shipping BIOS (1.2) only pulled 1 GB for the graphics card. BIOS is a bit difficult to navigate and locate certain options, but I am looking for the RAM devoted to the GPU as the system will likely never play games.

Other Thoughts: -Honestly, not sure how anyone could even complain about anything else

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2/ 5
Small Footprint, Big Faults

Pros: - Works with my 2400G out of the box
- Smaller than a PSU
- Case ventilation seems decent
- VRM heatsink

Cons: - All versions of bios contain many broken features such as:
- High CPU voltage factory (1.47 volts according to HWiNFO64)
- Broken voltage control for CPU and GPU
- No Post when changing CPU or GPU clocks above factory
- Non-Intuitive RAM settings: VTTDDR (called VTTMEM in bios for some reason) is an inverse multiplier of VDDIO instead of it's own voltage.
- Many broken or missing help strings in bios.
- USB-C port on front does not video output

I bought this with 2x 3200Mhz G.SKILL Ripjaws CL18 8GB (Samsung B-die) sticks for better Vega 11 performance with the intent to delid and overclock, as a ultra-portable desktop. After a few days of instability at any ram speed above 2400Mhz, I found out that you need to increase the VTT MEM voltage in CBS for a stable system. Unfortunately, RAM voltage looks like only 2 settings- 1.2V and 1.35V. B-die has been known to play nice with up to 1.5V safely, but I can't tap into my RAM's full potential.

Also, undervolting the CPU from CBS does nothing. Setting clocks higher than factory for the CPU or GPU results in no post, requiring you to short the contacts for CMOS Reset. It's really frustrating that many of these settings dont work, because they were why I went with this over a build with a dedicated GPU as they were advertised on ASRock's Manual on their website. Ryzen Master also is unable to set clocks or voltages.

Other Thoughts: I sent an email to ASRock regarding the bios and am currently waiting for a response. If they fix the bios issues and allow for user clock/voltage control, this is easily a 5-star system.

Also, I have edited this review, as i mistakenly claimed that the USB-C port on the front supported video output. That was incorrect, video output is NOT supported on the front USB-C connector.

EDIT 3/31/19- ASRock really outdid themselves now. Although I had not received a response back from ASRock regarding the broken bios, A new Bios version (3.40) was shipped out on their website. I was optimistic that it might have fixed some of the broken issues, but it actually REMOVED features such as fine tuning specific memory voltages and cpu voltages. Instead of fixing their broken bios, they just swept most of the issues under the rug and pretended that it didn't happen. I am calling ASRock tomorrow morning and complaining. If they don't send a bios update within a week, I am returning the board because it was sold to me under the false premise that it would allow for manual clock and voltage settings, as per how the user guide states on their website. I am very disappointed with this product and ASRock's response to these issues. I'm sure many people would like this product because of the form factor, but the removal of crucial features and the inability to under volt kills this for me. The CPU (2400g) wont even hold turbo at 3800Mhz because of the high factory voltage.

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Verified Owner
4/ 5
Fair Price for a Nice Kit

Pros: - $150 seems like a good price for the case, motherboard and little power supply.
- This thing is small. Check out one of the videos on youtube for a sense of scale, because these pictures don't do it justice.
- The connectivity, while not extensive, is good enough. It's got four USB ports, including one USB-C port and three different display output options. The fact that you can use wifi or the standard ethernet connector is nice.
- Memory overclocking works fine. I was able to get the HyperX 2933 mhz memory up to 3200 mhz without an issue.

Cons: - As others have mentioned, my device didn't post at first. There was no graphical output, no post codes and the only sign of life was the fact that the CPU fan would spin up. It turned out to be because the motherboard shipped with the version 1.1 BIOS and I had selected the HyperX 2933 mhz memory that was listed in the QVL list. This memory is supported in BIOS version 1.2 onward. I had to go out and buy a cheap stick of slower memory specifically to get the machine to POST and then update the BIOS. Everything worked great after that.
- The included heat sink and fan are too small to use on the Ryzen APUs that I imagine many people will be using with these kits. This makes its inclusion a bit of a waste. I would have much preferred to exchange that for the inclusion of the optional extra USB 2.0 ports that are available for the deskmini kits.

Other Thoughts: - I was able to get a PCMark 10 score of 4406 with this kit, a Radeon 2400G and 16GB of memory at 2933 Mhz.

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Verified Owner
5/ 5
Good little gaming PC

Pros: Quick assembly, small, inexpensive. Well thought out. Seems to work well so far for simple games like Dota 2, minecraft, etc.

Cons: Second 2.5" hard drive requires motherboard removal to screw down.

Other Thoughts: One tip that I think everyone would find useful is that the AMD Wraith cooler that comes with the 2400G just fits, without blocking access to RAM. It is much larger and a better cooler. You have to do two simple things:

1) remove clips designed to hold the Asrock cooler (4x screws)

2) remove extra superficial shroud from AMD Wraith cooler.

If you do the above, you should be able to make the AMD cooler work without too much trouble. Just screw it in where the Asrock brackets were, and gingerly slide it into place.

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5/ 5
Excellent for what it is supposed to do

Pros: Easy set up, takes extremely small space, runs the 2400g flawless, install of memory, ssd easy. Built in wifi with this set. Very good performance

Cons: none for what it is

Other Thoughts: This is for a college student with small dorm room space or small business setting. It's no powerhouse, but accomplishes its task easily. Very impressive. Did it all under 500 bucks. Ran the AMD 2400g, 16 GB ram 2400, 500GB ssd 2.5 inch drive. It can run the memory 2666, but the other was on sale, not a big performance drop. Middling video Vega 11, 2 gb integrated video, ran fine and you can do some light gaming. It's biggest strong suit is productivity in a school/small business area. I'd sure recommend this to anyone with limited space

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