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MinisForum EliteMini X400 – AMD Ryzen 3 Mini PC

  • AMD Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G 4.0GHz cTDP: 45-65W
  • Up to 32GB Dual-Channel DDR4, 1TB NVMe
  • Radeon™ RX Vega 6 Graphics
  • Dual monitor support; 4K@60Hz
  • WiFi 6 & Bluetooth 5.1, USB 3.0


£490.17 for 2 item(s)

The MinisForum X400 is one of the latest in the line of Ryzen Mini PC’s from MinisForum, the makers of popular mini computers such as the DMAF5 and the H31. The X400 is similar to the latter in that it features a desktop APU, rather than a lower-power laptop CPU.

Powered by the AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G APU w/ Vega 6 Graphics, alongside with up to 32GB of dual channel DDR4 PC3200 RAM, the X400 is capable of handling both work and play with surprising effectiveness, making it a great choice for a home office PC, HTPC, or mass-deployed enterprise PC solution.

For storage, the X400 features a lightning-fast PCI-e NVMe SSD up to 1TB. Should this not be enough, you can further expand your storage via a 2242 M.2 SATA SSD, 2.5 inch SATA drive, and even a microSD card (up to 128GB).

The DisplayPort and HDMI ports present on the device enable the X400 Ryzen mini PC to run dual 4k displays for increased productivity.

At only 154×153×62mm and approximately 1.9kg, the X400 mini computer is only about 1/25th the size of a conventional desktop computer yet sacrifices minimal performance in doing so.

The X400 features a variety of ports. With three USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports (supporting speeds of up to 10Gbps), you’ll have plenty of space to connect your devices. Plus with four dedicated audio connectors (Line IN, MIC OUT, HP OUT, front-facing 3.5mm audio jack), you can connect a more comprehensive audio system with ease.

Between the WiFi6, Bluetooth 5.1 and dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, no matter if you prefer wireless or wired connections, the X400 has you covered.

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing usage cases

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing Dual-Display capabilities

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing size compared to Credit Card

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing 2.5

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing I/O Ports

MinisForum X400 AMD Ryzen Mini PC showing what's included

OS Windows 10 PRO
Brand AMD
Model Ryzen™ 3 PRO 4350G
Arhitecture 7nm
# Cores 4
# Threads 8
Base Frequency 3.8Ghz
Turbo Frequency 4.0Ghz
Graphics Processor
Interface On-Board
Brand AMD
Model Radeon™ Vega 6 Graphics
Turbo Frequency 1900Mhz
Displays Supported 2
DirectX Support
Memory (RAM)
Capacity 16GB/32GB (Depending on the model purchased)
Technology DDR4 – 2x8GB Dual-Channel / 2x16GB Dual-Channel
Storage (ROM)
Capacity 256GB/512GB/1TB (Depending on the model purchased)
Technology PCI-E NVMe SATA SSD
Expandable 1x SATA NGFF 2242 (Up to 2TB) ; 1x 2.5″ HDD/SSD ; 1x Micro SD Card (Up to 128GB)
Ethernet 2x 1GB/s RJ45
Wi-Fi 802.11ax Module – Dual-Band (Wi-Fi 6)
Bluetooth 5.1
I/O Interface
USB 4x USB Type-A 3.1 (Gen 2)
Video 1x HDMI 2.0(4K@60Hz) ; DisplayPort(4K@60Hz)
Audio 1x HDMI 2.0 ; 1x DisplayPort ; 1x 3.5mm Audio Jack ; LINE OUT, HP OUT
Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 15.4 x 15.3 x 6.20 cm / 6 x 6 x 2.4 inches
Product Weight 900g / 1.98lb
Package Dimensions (L x W x H): 19 x 19 x 16 cm / 7.4 x 7.4 x 6.3 inches
Package Weight 1900g / 4.19lb
    • 1 * Power Adapter
    • 1 * HDMI Cable
    • 1 * DisplayPort Cable
    • 1 * Mounting Bracket
    • 1 * User Manual

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Rob Gilton
Powerful, a little loud, disappointing wifi

The box comes with no specifications about what type of RAM it supports, nor what model of NVMe card it comes with. Dismantling involves undoing 4 screws, but actually removing the panel involves some wrestling -- and same again to get it back together. I feel it could be better designed.

The wifi antennas that are built-in to the box do not perform well. The X500 got considerably worse wifi signal than an Intel NUC sat next to it. Since there are no connectors on the back of this unit for antennas, to remedy this I'll need to drill a hole in the casing to get some pigtails through.

Unfortunately this box comes with Windows pre-installed, so I wrote over that immediately with Linux. Seems generally stable, except for what seems to be a problem bringing the HDMI-connected monitor out of standby.

The fan noise is noticeable. When idling it's certainly a lot louder than, say, an Lenovo X1 carbon's fan, or an Intel NUC's. There does not appear to be an option in the bios to adjust the fan speed, so you are stuck with this.

That said, it is a way of getting a quite beefy CPU in a small enclosure, which is what I was looking for.

Thomas Woodman
Fantastic mini PC - but buy a separate HDMI cable

- The 6 core processor is powerful enough to deal with any productivity work (Excel/Powerpoint/2gb+ file manipulation) - full-size PC performance in a box this size is awesome!
- The iGPU is powerful enough to play most emulated games up to the Wii - major retro-gaming session!
- is dead quiet at idle and low load

- No USB-C ports - You will need adaptors for any USB-C accessories you may already have
- The fan can sometimes get a little loud if you're stressing the CPU & iGPU at the same time, although if the PC is behind the TV or a desk you'll struggle to hear it
- The bundled HDMI cable is SHOCKING; I initially thought the PC was defective when I started using it as I could see "snow" (small transient white dots everywhere) on the screen when running at 4k60. Turns out it was the HDMI cable that came with the PC was at fault; switched it out for another cable and the PC performed flawlessly.

Santiago Fernandez Fernandez

MinisForum EliteMini X500 - AMD Ryzen Office Mini PC

Powerful little PC

A great little unit. Powerful and quiet.

Mike Lambert
Good mini PC

But there is one downside in this powerful pc no Type C USB and problem with video connection (Display Port)