The Beelink Mini S12 is equipped with an Intel Alder Lake-N95 processor, which has 4 CPU cores, 4 threads, a base frequency of 1.7GHz, a turbo frequency acceleration of 3.4GHz, and supports 6MB L3 smart cache. Compared with Intel Jasper The Lake N5105 chip has increased by about 20%. The standard TDP of the N95 processor is 15W, but Zero Moment will increase the TDP of the Mini S12 to 20W through reconfiguration to enhance its performance release. In addition, this processor also integrates a UHD core display with 16 execution units, runs at 1.2GHz, and supports DirectX 12.1, OpenGL 4.6 and OpenCL 3.
Mini S12 can be regarded as the second-generation product of the Mini S series launched by Beelink last year (the previous generation used the Celeron N5095 processor), which has brought considerable improvements in design and configuration. The shell size of the fuselage is 115mm*102mm*39mm, which is thinner than the previous generation (42mm), and the volume is only 0.46L.
The Mini S12 uses a single SODIMM memory slot (Alder Lake-N only supports single-channel memory), and can install up to 16GB DDR4-3200MHz memory. The computer is equipped with an M.2 2280 slot that supports PCIe/SATA3 SSD (up to 2TB), and a SATA3 interface that can install a 2.5-inch HDD/SSD up to 2TB. Most of the small mainframes on the market that support 2.5-inch hard drives have a thickness of more than 45mm. It is really rare for the Mini S12 to achieve this with a body of only 39mm.