[AMD A9 9400 2.4 Ghz up to 3.2 Ghz Mini PC ] ATOPNUC  mini pc comes with...
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Size: 11.06*5.87*2.72 inches
Color: Silver
OS: Windows 10 pro
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Mini PC , AMD A9 9400 (up to 3.2 Ghz) Mini Desktop Computers, 8GB RAM 128GB SSD, Micro Desktop PC with Dual 4K HDMI, 2.4G/5G Dual WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 Type-C USB 3.0  Mini PC

Mini PC , AMD A9 9400 (up to 3.2 Ghz) Mini Desktop Computers, 8GB RAM 128GB SSD, Micro Desktop PC with Dual 4K HDMI, 2.4G/5G Dual WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 Type-C USB 3.0 Mini PC


Mini PC , AMD A9 9400 (up to 3.2 Ghz) Mini Desktop Computers, 8GB RAM 128GB SSD, Micro Desktop PC with Dual 4K HDMI, 2.4G/5G Dual WiFi Bluetooth 4.0 Type-C USB 3.0 Mini PC

Size: 11.06*5.87*2.72 inches
Color: Silver
OS: Windows 10 pro
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Ross Potts
Good, but fiddly

So, after purchasing, I started finding reports of bad updates for Ubuntu hosing the desktop, and different complicated ways to fix it. It all has to do with the R5 video drivers.

Do NOT update the original version of Ubuntu on the mini-PC! Just simply grab a bootable USB or SSD, and install from one of those.

Here’s the important part: DO NOT SELECT 3rd PARTY DRIVERS WHILE IN THE INSTALL. Just install the latest BASIC Ubuntu. What is installled on n the Ubuntu flavor of this machine will choke if you allow an update or upgrade. Just have some kind of boot media ready with the latest kernel,

Here is what to me is the least complicated fix: Go into BIOS by immediately pressing F12 then selecting “setup” after seeing the ATOPNUC splash screen, put in the password, then go to change the boot order. Make sure USB is listed first. Save, boot, install. You may have to reboot a couple times and hit F12 a couple times to get the selectable bootloader, but keep trying.

DEFINITELY fill the RAM to max, and also consider grabbing a larger SSD card for the main drive. Forget about the AMD R5 drivers and just go generic non-3rd party.

Hugh Murphy
Three photos of AtopNuc MA90

As I said in my earlier review that I would add a photo. Well, I have three photos to add. One that shows the whole system - MA90, wireless Logitech K400r keyboard and Logitech M325 mouse, and monitor (29 inches wide), second is view from the rear showing power cable, HDMI cable, Logitech wireless dongle, and Cat5 internet cable third is a view showing 128GB microSD card inserted.

Hugh Murphy
It is a neat little machine

After logging in to my Linux powered AtopNuc MA90, decided I did not want to wait for a 660+ MB upgrade. Had no trouble accessing the device's BIOS where I set it boot from USB using a Logitech K400r keyboard and M325 mouse. Rebooted with LTS Xubuntu 22.04.3 on a USB stick. After installation, everything works like a charm. It works with every monitor I have connected it to. I have experienced no issues with the audio - I used headphones connected to the 3.5mm audio receptacle on the front of the box. I have connected to three other PCs on my network using ssh. It really is a neat little machine. It was a good buy. I will try to add a picture later.

the dudejer
Nice little box but kinda..wonky

So. One of the other reviewers had trouble accessing the grub loader. I did too. Played with the box for a while then put it under my desk andforgot all my passwords (noob?) and had to change 'em. Typical procedure is to
access the grub menu, access root# and change the password for all the users.
Here's what I had to do on this box.

1. Use a keyboard and mouse directly connected to the computer. Using
a keyboard and mouse connected through a switch will not give you
fine enough control over the key presses that follow.

2. With the box off.

3. While holding the F2 button turn the machine on and wait a few seconds.
The BIOS menu will appear. Navigate through the BIOS and turn off
Fast Boot. Secure Boot should already be off. If it is not, turn it off
also. Save your changes. VERY IMPORTANT ! ! !
At the exact moment you have saved your changes press the Esc key ONE time.
Do not press the Esc key multiple times.
If you do press Esc key multiple times you will not see the grub
menu, you will see the grub> prompt, you'll have to exit and try again.

It may take you a couple of tries to get this right. It's tricky and very time-sensitive.

4. At the grub menu select Advanced Ubuntu options

5. At the next menu select root and you'll see the root# prompt (may vary)

6. Enter mount -o remount,rw /
this might look a little funny because the terminal control might not
be quite right - just carefully type it, check your entry and proceed

7. Change the password of one of the users on the system --
at the prompt Enter
passwd `username` (such passwd Ubuntu)
you'll be prompted for the new user password so enter one you remember 'someone'
you'll be prompted for new password again
you're done

8. Enter shutdown -r

9. When the system reboots normally login as the user for whom you changed
the password. Everything should be good to go.

I'm still trying to figure out if I can load more RAM and a bigger SSD into this box I don't have either lying around to play with. Anybody know?

DO NOT INSTALL UPDATE! Kills the sound

I am a purchaser who made that mistake. It kills the sound and graphics devices that worked so well out of the box. This was Ubuntu 20.04. Read the logs after it boots up (Utilities Logs app) to see what got dropped. So be sure to DO A BACKUP after the initial load. Turn automatic updates off until you read they fixed the 'old sound distro problem' ...
With that caveat, it's 5 stars for home theater

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