The new Beelink SER5 (Ryzen 5 5600H) packs a LOT of power inside a tiny form factor — it can run flawless GameCube and PS2 at 1080p, and much more — and it is very capable for non-gaming tasks too. I’m excited to test this one and show why I think it’s the best mini PC deal you can find under $500 right now.
01:16 tech specs and unboxing
04:19 size comparison
05:01 software and thermals
06:16 video playback and editing
07:28 PC game testing
12:30 emulation testing
18:50 Linux (SteamOS) testing
20:49 summary (likes & dislikes)
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Would the 5800H that comes in most of the units on sale perform the same, or better than the 5600H?