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Intel NUC NUC5PPYH (Silver/Black)

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  • Good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Ok box. Something worn on Win10.

    Update:
    But with Kodi 18 native, things happen, if you want it as HTPC as I do.
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    I run NUC5PPYH with 8GB RAM (CMSO8GX3M1C1600C11) and 250GB SSD (Samsung EVO). In my case I run Ubuntu 16.04 which is the amount of RAM and SSD overkill, but it was what I had lying around. Typically, as used about 2-3GB of RAM to 4GB would probably suffice well.

    Note that you must change the BIOS (OS-Type from Windows to Linux) to install Linux without problems.

    I like the neat little cans that fill my needs more than enough. You can press the SD card in it and there is enough USB3 socket, of which the upper one in the front is for the (fast) charge which is great when you can charge your phone while using the computer.

    Compared to my i5-4250U nuc-so hang this not as good but it is absolutely accepted and behave really pretty. Surf and HD playback works fine ..
  • Very good
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Complemented with Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 1600MHz DDR3L and an older Samsung 830 128GB SSD, and installed Windows 10. The system is not exactly a monster when it comes to multitasking (but certainly approved), and despite SSD that is not the startup times comparable to those of Core processors. But the system is more than working for ordinary browsing, and can handle video playback FullHD good. It seems that you get what you pay for; 1490 SEK on 4/5 2016. 8 of 10 then I still had hoped for slightly better flow, compared with an i3 4030U so one can sense a touch of syrup.