A Good Home For A Ryzen 9 6900HX
The GEEKCOML AS 6 looks just like their Intel offerings, a small 120 x 130 x 58 mm (4.7 x 5.9 x 2.3″) case weighing about two pounds with a nice assortment of I/O ports. However inside you will find AMD components, the model Tweaktown tested has a Ryzen 9 6900HX with a Radeon 680M handling your graphics. The outputs include USB4 ports on the front and back, which can support a DP signal, four USB3.2 Gen1 and a 2.5Gbe LAN port.
There are a variety of configurations available, if you want one with the same specs as what TT tested it runs ~$1000 without a discount. That is rather steep, especially when you compare it to Intel i9 versions, though the discount does help. It does offer a significant boost in performance compared to previous generations. If you desire a SFF Ryzen system and aren’t turned off by the cost, check out the detailed review at TweakTown.