ASROCK 4X4 BOX-4800U Industrial Mini PC is Powered by AMD Ryzen 7 4800U Processor

AMD announced the 15W Ryzen 4000-U series processor family last January. In June, the first mini PC with the new processor was announced, and ASUS PN50 which is now expected to become available in October a choice of Ryzen 3 to Ryzen 7 4000-U series processors.

ASUS is now joined by another Taiwanese company with ASROCK 4X4 BOX-4800U industrial mini PC just being announced with AMD Ryzen 7 4800-U octa-core processor, and up to 64GB RAM, SATA and M.2 NVMe/SATA storage, and up to four 4K video outputs.

ASROCK 4X4 BOX-4800U Mini PCASROCK 4X4 BOX-4800U mini PC specifications:

  • SoC – AMD Ryzen 7 4800U octa-core / 16-thread processor @ up to 1.8 GHz / 4.2 GHz (boost) with 12MB cache, AMD Raden Vega 8 graphics; 12 to 25W TDP (default: 15W)
  • System Memory – 2x 260-pin SO-DIMM sockets for up to 64GB DDR4-3200 dual-channel RAM
  • Storage
    • 1x M.2 KEY M, 2242/2260/2280 socket with PCIe x4 and SATA3 for SSD; M.2 2280 supported by bracket
    • 1x SATA3.0 (6.0 Gb/s)
    • 128 Mbit SPI flash for AMI BIOS
  • Video Output
    • HDMI 2.0a up to 4096×2160 @ 60 Hz
    • DisplayPort 1.2a (DP++) up to 4096×2160 @ 60 Hz
    • 2x DisplayPort outputs via USB-C ports
    • Up to four independent displays support
  • Audio – Realtek ALC233 high-definition audio; 3.5mm headphone & microphone jack
  • Connectivity
    • 1x 2.5GbE via Realtek RTL8125BG
    • Gigabit Ethernet with DASH function support via Realtek R8111FPV
    • 1x Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 module
  • USB
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen2 (Type A)
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen2 (Type C, Supports DP 1.2a display output)
    • 2x USB 2.0
  • Expansion
    • 1x M.2 (Key E, 2230) with PCIe x1, USB 2.0 for Wireless
    • 1x M.2 Key M socket for storage (See Storage section)
  • Misc – Watchdog Timer, on-board TPM
  • Power Supply
    • 12V~19V DC-In Jack
    • AT/ATX supported
      • AT: Direct PWR on as power input ready
      • ATX:Press button to PWR on after power input ready
  • Dimensions – 110.0 x 117.5 x 47.85 mm (Plastic enclosure)
  • Weight – 1kg
  • Temperature Range – Operating: 0ºC ~ 40ºC; storage: -40° C ~ 85° C
  • Humidity – 5% ~ 90%
  • Certifications – CE, FCC Class A

AMD Ryzen 7 4800U Mini PC

ASROCK 4×4 BOX-4800U industrial faned mini PC supports Windows 10, and ships with a  19V/90W Power Adapter, a screw package, a product DVD, a VESA mounting bracket, and a bracket for M.2 2280 support.

There’s no information about availability not pricing at this point, but a few more details may be found on the product page.


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10 Replies to “ASROCK 4X4 BOX-4800U Industrial Mini PC is Powered by AMD Ryzen 7 4800U Processor”

  1. OT @CNX for a while now I’m always seeing a new mobile version that is not carrying any comments, if I click exit mobile version im ending up in the mobile version I’m used to with the comments. What happened? Is that the way ot should be?

    1. What you see is the amp page. That’s not ideal, but Google has a new metrics called “Core Web Vitals” and the mobile pages did not pass it. Switching to amp makes mobile pages load faster and makes Google happy, but causes the issue you mentioned. I’ll have to work on it, and find a workaround, but it will take time as that means I’d have to change the commenting system again.

      Now I’m working on an urgent issue related to privacy (GDPR, CCPA, IAB TCF 2.0) also for Google, or they will stop serving ads for European users on Sep 15… I don’t understand half of the things I have to do…

      1. Lol ok…

        Can you in the meantime place a leave mobile page button straight at the top for me?

        Basically as I understood gpdr requires an opt out possibility for non essential cookies and such things…

        All very annoying but at least there is a possibility to stop a bit of tracking madness (at least that’s what I’m telling to myself).

        It seems theres GPDRaas offerings, as many eu pages have the same crappy opt in/out dialogues always trying to fool you to go all in.

        It would be so easy if a kind of DNT setting in the browser could tell them what I’m ready to accept and thus bypassing all the dialogue UIs of the webpages.

  2. Back on topic: seems like the perfect box i was looking for for a long time. Just hope the industrial tag won’t add a great mark-up on pricing.

    1. Hope is dead, industrial will add a “great” mark-up.

      I’d prefer newer HDMI/DP and 2 audio jacks. But it’s a nice box.

    2. An ASRock 4X4 BOX-R1000V barebones goes for $300 on NewEgg. Do not expect less, I’d say $500+ depending on CPU given that any 4000 series Zen 2 APU looks at an R1000 series into the rear mirror far away behind. In addition the mobo brings 2.5 GbE, WiFi 6, USB 3.2 Gen 2, 64GB dual channel at 3200 MT/s so all the “modern” check boxes are checked. Add more $ for the memory, NVMe…

  3. Per actual usage experience:

    • Powered off power: 1.7W
    • Max Power during boot: 56.7W
    • Idle: 9.2W
    • Max Power running Phoronix test suite pts/compilation: 80.8W

    This little box is quasi-excellent but is flawed in terms of thermal solution. During the Phoronix test suite pts/compilation the CPU temperature (Tdie and Tctl) is mostly stationary at 95C with a max of 98C.

    The noisy internal fan is running like crazy. I’m pretty sure the CPU is throttling down.

    I’m running several Phoronix test suites do compare with other Ryzen, including a 4750G.

    I will open the box and make a custom thermal solution with a Noctua fan to see how it affects the performance and hopefully will witness the absence of CPU throttling.

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