New CX-919 ROM delivers true 1080p video output display

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One of the more popular mini PCs of late has been the CX-919, with its quad-core Rockchip RK3188 SoC CPU. Today, Geekbuying.com announced it has a new ROM that delivers 1080p (1920×1080-pixel) resolution video output.

The CX-919 was one of the first mini PCs to feature an external Wi-Fi antenna, which has helped some of the Wi-Fi signal issues plaguing some preceding mini PCs. But like many models, the CX-919 only offered a standard 720p (1280×720-pixel) video output over its HDMI port, despite having more than enough CPU and GPU power to handle a better-looking 1080p (1920×1080-pixel) desktop output.

In the past, part of the reason for the 720p output in some mini PCs has been a lack of performance caused when rendering 1080p due to inadequate CPU speed. However, it is known that running a 1080p output mode also increases power consumption as the mini PC has to output effectively twice the number of pixels every second. That extra power also increases heat production, which may affect the CPU.

Geekbuying.com announced today that it had pushed the OEM factory producing the CX-919 to create a true 1080p ROM firmware based on Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) and it’s now available from the Geekbuying.com website. Instructions on how to install the ROM onto the mini PC are also found here.

At this stage, it’s not known what else the new CX-919 ROM brings to the device. There’s also no word on whether any heat production precautions need to be taken with the device when running the new ROM. The ROM shouldn’t be used in similarly styled non-CX919 models as there are no guarantees that the ROM will work correctly. Quite often, installing the wrong ROM firmware can stop Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions from working because of the wrong driver software included.

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