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The Morefine M600 is a compact desktop computer with the kind of specs you’d find in a pretty good laptop. The little computer measures just 5.8″ x 5.7″ x 1.6″ and supports up to an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX processor and 64GB of RAM.

It’s up for pre-order from AliExpress.

List prices range from $599 for a barebones model with an AMD Ryzen 5 6600U processor to $1479 for a Ryzen 9 6900HX model with 64GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. But those prices drop to $438 and $1109, respectively, during pre-orders.

Interestingly, those discounts mean it’s actually cheaper to pre-order a model with a Ryzen 9 6900HX chip than one with a Ryzen 9 6950H processor, even though the former chip offers better performance.

Possibly the most attractive deal for folks who plan to bring their own memory, storage, and operating system, is the barebones 6900HX model. It’s up for pre-order for $599.

All models of the little computer feature two DDR5-4800 slots for up to 64GB of RAM, two M.2 2280 slots for PCIe 4.0 NVMe or SATA storage, and a connector for a 2.5 inch hard drive or SSD.

Ports include:

  • 1 x HDMI 2.1
  • 1 x DisplayPort 1.4
  • 1 x USB4/Thunderbolt
  • 3 x USB 3.2 Type-A
  • 3 x USB 2.0 Type-A
  • 2 x 2.5 Gbps Ethernet
  • 1 x 3.5mm audio

The system supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and should be able to drive up to three displays.

The Morefine M600’s cooling system includes a copper heat sink and a fan for active cooling.

While the marketing on the Morefine website only really mentions the top-of-the-line Ryzen 9 6900HX chip (which is a 45-watt chip with 8 Zen 3+ CPU cores and Radeon 680M graphics), it looks like folks who’d prefer to prioritize lower price and lower energy consumption can opt for models with Ryzen 5 6600U or Ryzen 7 6800U chips. They’re based on the same Zen 3+ architecture, but they’re optimized for thinner, lighter laptops and feature TDPs in the 15 to 28-watt range.

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10 replies on “Morefine M600 is a mini PC with up to AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX”

  1. After Sales Support? What?
    They do not provide any self service support for drivers, bios updates, manuals. Afters sales support is a shame.

    1. Yes. M600 is worst ever investment into pc components.
      1. Better not to touch anything in bios. Don’t even think of undervolting.
      2. If You think to use 2 monitors then You have to unplug them on every reboot then plug back.
      3. You will be lucky if You find wifi driver but don’t think that BlueTooth will ever work.
      4. Support will never help You to solve anything… except reply: “not many users have such problem”.
      5. Price is ok. But not worth that struggle. Better to pay for ASUS than regret for “morfine”.

        1. That would be helpful few month ago if get answer from support.
          By the way I got drivers for wifi and BT from some asus mini-PC with similar hardware.

          But BIOS never fixed till now. And no response from support.

  2. Another invention with processor assembled upside down in hope to be radiating heat downwards against laws of physics….

    1. Heat radiates downwards just fine. It doesn’t convect downwards very well though.

    2. The AMD chips in them are extremely heat efficient so it doesn’t matter. I own one (6900HX). So even with the fan set to auto in the bios, it barely ever gets above 50C, maybe 55C if you are pushing it. Compared to my other mini PC from a more name brand company with an Intel 11th gen which is up to 60C 2 minutes after boot and the fan is going pretty fast. I barely ever hear the fan in this thing.

      With that said, I have had some random issues with reboots running Windows 11 (no blue screens, no messages in Event Viewer). I have not found anywhere to find bios updates as I believe this is a bios issue that needs to be resolved. From what I read, that may never come though. Blows my 11th gen intel out of the water though. Not sure if it’s the DDR5 RAM or Gen4 SSD (Samsung 990pro), but it is noticably faster, not that the Intel is slow but it’s noticeable.

  3. Not familiar with the brand. Is this going to be easy to set up with a Linux distro? It seems like a decent price, but haven’t compared the processor to something like a Mac mini with an M1 chip to see where it stands…

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