The True Shortest AM4 Motherboard: Thin-ITX Comes to AMD

There seems to be a bit of a rush on small motherboards lately for AMD systems. We saw the mini-STX platform that ASRock announced back at CES, which is a standard height motherboard in a 5-inch by 5-inch form factor. Now we have an Onda motherboard that halves the vertical height, in the first example of AMD in the thin Mini-ITX form factor.

Small form factor systems do not always need to focus on all dimensions being small. Usually we discuss the x/y dimensions being small, but the z-dimension counts as well. This new motherboard from Onda uses the A320 chipset along with two flattened SO-DIMMs and a shortened height rear panel in order to minimize the total z-height of the system.

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To push this more, the system uses a 19V DC-In power, which removes the need for a bulky 24-pin ATX power connector. The motherboard supports up to 32GB of DDR4-2666 SO-DIMM memory, has access to an mSATA port and two SATA ports, offers VGA and HDMI video interfaces, uses a Realtek audio codec with half-height audio connectors, and offers an M.2 Wi-Fi interface. Wired networking comes from a Realtek gigabit controller. On the rear there is four USB 3.0 ports, with two headers onboard for four USB ports. 

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We are likely to see this motherboard, like the ASRock, end up in dedicated chassis built for it. Onda calls this motherboard the ‘B320-IPC’, with the IPC part usually focusing on embedded systems. Onda sells almost exclusively in Asia.

Additional images from Chupatrick (Reddit), running the system with a 2200G.

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