A while ago, we at ECS Elitegroup had a look at the smallest mini-PC in our tests to date, and today we are going in the exact opposite direction. With a socket for an LGA1700 processor and support for DDR4, a lot of performance should be possible in a small space. We’ll take a look at exactly how this was implemented in the article below.
Here again is the tiny counterpart, the last article on an ECS system:
ECS Liva Q1L Mini-PC im Test – Winzig klein dank Sandwich-Design
Packaging and scope of delivery
Externally, it starts out quite unspectacular, but the cardboard box, which is printed identically on both sides, at least functions as a practical transport option with its small carrying handle.
The interior then awaits us with ample padding made of multi-folded cardboard. The barebone, power supply, cables and other accessories each have their own small compartments, so nothing flies around during transport.
Included is an FSP120-ABBN3 power supply with 120 watts of maximum power, a stand for vertical operation, and a VESA mount for mounting behind the monitor. We will come to the air cooler on the next page.
My copy here came with a plug for American outlets, but a matching cable with C5 “Mickey Mouse” connector can easily be used with the power supply.
Here is the overview of the technical details of this barebone, more information can be found as always on the Product page at the manufacturerto find.