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Minisforum EliteMini UM780 XTX MiniPC Barebone: Oculink (for eGPUs) AMD Ryzen7 7840HS US$493.90 ~A$753.45 Delivered @ Minisforum


The Minisforum EliteMini UM780 XTX mini PC is currently on offer for US$449.00 (AU$686.33), down from the list price of US$579. This offer already includes the savings from the US$30 discount code 780XTX30AU. After adding the estimated taxes of US$44.90, the total comes to US$493.90, which is approximately AU$753.26 at the current exchange rate.

One of the unique features of the UM780 XTX is the inclusion of an Oculink port, which allows for the connection of an external GPU or other high-speed peripherals. This flexibility ensures that the mini PC not only operates with the efficiency provided by the AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS Processor but can also be enhanced with additional graphics capabilities for gaming or other intensive tasks. The Oculink port can also be utilised for connecting high-speed SSDs or other devices that typically require PCIe lanes.

Please note that this model is a barebone system, which means additional components such as an SSD and DDR5 SO-DIMM RAM (like it's used in laptops) will be required to complete the setup. Fully equipped versions with these components pre-installed are also available.


  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS Processor, 8 Cores/16 Threads (16M Cache, up to 5.1 GHz)
  • iGPU: AMD Radeon 780M
  • Memory: DDR5 Dual channel (SODIMM Slotsx2, Up to 5600MHz, Max 96GB)
  • Storage: 2xM.2 2280 PCIe4.0 SSD
  • Wireless Connectivity: M.2 2230 Wifi (Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5)
  • Video Output: HDMI 2.1 x1; DP1.4 x1; USB4 x2
  • Audio Output: HDMI 2.1 x1; DP x1; Audio Jack x1
  • Peripherals Interface: RJ45 2.5G Ethernet Portx2, Oculink Port x1, USB3.2 Gen2 Type-A Port x4, USB4 Port x2 (Alt PD), HDMI 2.1 x1, DP 1.4 x1, Audio Jack x1, Microphone x1, Clear CMOS button x1
  • Power: DC 19V (Adapter Included)
  • System: Windows 11 Home

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  • +1

    Em780 is slightly smaller

  • -1

    I want 7945HX-BD790i….

  • +8

    Based on the current price of the 8700G, this is technically a deal but much better value Zen 4 mini PC's have been previously available:

    Beelink SER7 R7-7840HS, 32GB DDR5, 1TB SSD, Dual M.2, Vapor Chamber Mini PC $818.30 Delivered @ Beelink via Amazon AU

    As for the Oculink port, by the time you add the large and pricey eGPU enclosure plus high wattage power adapter to run the GPU, you might as well have just built a smaller mATX build

  • +4

    It's $900 (899.99) on amazon.com.au with 32GB/1TB.

    GST gets paid and you get looked after if something goes wrong.

    32GB of 5600 RAM is about $140 so I think that's generally going to be a better way to go (and you get a Windows licence, however dodgy).

    Am I missing something?

    • I have the previous release of this without occulink. The UM780 Pro that came with 32GB 5600 RAM (2 X 16GB 1Rx8 PC5-5600B-SAO-1010-NT), 512GB SSD (Mirage P/N:HYV512X3 (HXY). The ram whilst specd at 5600MT, the system crashes pretty regularly (once every day or two) until I under clocked the ram. It's been stable since.

      I recommend just go bare bones and buy some quality RAM and storage locally.

  • Was going to make the dame comment as you. The only way this might make sense is if you wanted a different ram and ssd config and dint see value in parting out the Amazon system.

  • I think these are so sexy. I kind of want one for the whole minimalist design thing. I ont need 4k 120FPS anymore , my playstation does that. Just need something decent for those PC exclusives and RTS games.

    Has anyone seen the INtel NUC with ARC graphics? still small design but with an ARC GPU that beats the integrated GPU on performance. Not as power efficient though.

  • +5

    a general warning for ALL mini PCs after the recent hooha aboiut malware being installed by third party vendors on the SSDs shipping with them - don't trust ANY pre-installed system, it is recommended to do a fresh install of the operating system yourself.

    I would recommend having two USB sticks prepared for any new PC with a pre-installed operating system, so you can find out the windows product number and then do the fresh install yourself.

    1. first off prepare a windows 11 install usb on another computer, when you get the mini PC stick in this USB and keep tapping F11 at bootup to select the boot device, choose the USB and windows 11 should start up - HOPEFULLY the windows product key is stored in the mini PC BIOS and will automatically be detected and used with the fresh install. If it does then remove all existing partitions on the internal SSD and begin the fresh installation. If it doesn't detect the windows product key then go to step 2.

    2. create a MEDICAT usb recovery disk. This is a suite of tools used to recover data, repair systems and also find out the windows product keys. Boot this drive and select the menu option to find product keys, use any of the listed tools and write down the product key - that is what needs to be entered when you do a fresh install.

    MEDICAT needs a 32GB USB stick - https://medicatusb.com/

    how to use etc. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpnmAim2_Ug

    disclaimer: not my tool, not my youtube channel

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