The Shuttle XPC DA320 fits 65 W Socket AM4 processors in a 1.35 litre case
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The XPC DA320 is Shuttle's latest mini-PC, and one that supports up to 65 W Socket AM4 CPUs. Sadly, its A320 chipset restricts it to old Athlon and Ryzen processors, while the inability to include a dedicated GPU applies further limits on the CPUs from which one could choose.
According to Shuttle, the XPC DA320 supports up to the Ryzen 5 3400G, along with Athlon processors like the Athlon PRO 300GE. It may be possible to use something like the Ryzen 5 2600 with a DisplayLink adapter connected, but we cannot guarantee this.
Regardless, the XPC DA320 measures 190 x 165 x 43 mm and weighs 1.13 kg as a barebones machine. Shuttle includes a 120 W power supply in the box, which also powers two SO-DIMM slots that support DDR4-2933 modules at a peak voltage of 1.2 V. Additionally, Shuttle has included a 2.5-inch drive bay that houses up to 12.5 mm thick drives and an M.2 2280 slot that supports NVMe and SATA 3.0 SSDs.
Moreover, the XPC DA320 has HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.4 ports to simultaneously connect up to three monitors. Unsurprisingly, Shuttle has included plenty of USB ports too and dual LAN connections. You can view the full I/O that the XPC DA320 offers below.
Shuttle is already selling the XPC DA320 as a barebones machine from €236. However, the company sells complete PCs from €547.55 including VAT and several accessories, including an LTE kit.