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Xiaomi launches the Ningmei Desktop PC with AMD Ryzen R5 2600, up to 16GB RAM


Xiaomi Youpin has launched the Ningmei Soul GI6 desktop computer which is powered by an AMD Ryzen R5 2600 processors. The desktop PC comes with a starting price tag of 1799 yuan (~$260).Ningmei Soul GI6 desktop computer

The Ningmei Soul GI6 desktop computer comes in three version – a Share version, Fun edition, and Enjoy edition. The desktop PC is powered by an AMD Ryzen R5 2600 processor and an RX550 4G graphics card. The processor is paired with 8GB of RAM and 180GB of solid-state drive. It can achieve 160FPS with high LOL characteristics.

The fun edition is also equipped with a Ryzen R5 2600 processor but packs an RX590 8G graphics card. It equally packs 8GB memory and a bigger 256GB storage. This version can achieve 110FPS with high special effects for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. It carries a higher price tag of 2,599 yuan due to the improved graphics card and larger storage

Finally, the Enjoy edition which is priced at 2999 yuan has an RX590 8G graphics card just like the fun edition. However, the processor pairs with 16GB of memory and 512GB solid-state drive. It can also achieve 110FPS with high special effects for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.


In terms of the design, the Ningmei Soul GI6 desk top computer adopts a high-value appearance consisting of a transparent outer cover. It also features a dual-fan design which has a relatively good heat dissipation performance. Thanks to the solid-state hard drive, the boot time of the computer is only 9 seconds.


Further, the Ningmei desktop PC is equipped with ASUS Master Series A320 high-spec motherboard. It equally comes with five-fold hardware protection using channel layered isolation and audio shielding technology, so that the sound output is pure in an undisturbed environment, making it easier to capture sound when playing games.

The tower PC is currently on sale on Xiaomi Youpin.

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