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Intel NUC7i7DNKE | NUC7i7DNHE | NUC7i7DNBE using 8th gen i7-8650U quad core processor Akasa Plato X7D fanless case 8GB non-ECC Apacer RAM (from Nenon's group buy) Replaced stock feet w/Herbie's Baby Booties WiFi card included (but disconnected) Includes all original hardware, stock SMPS Asking $1000 shipped to CONUS48...thanks for looking!
Intel NUC7PJYH using Pentium Silver J5005 quad core processor Akasa Newton JC fanless case 8GB non-ECC Apacer RAM (from Nenon's group buy) Replaced stock footers w/Herbie's Grungebuster dots Includes all original hardware and stock SMPS Asking $500 shipped to CONUS48...thanks!
Here is the whole package, with the original costs broken down: tX-USBultra SE with 50Ω master clock: $1470 NUC7i7DNBE board: $620 Plato X7D case: $190 HyperX DDR4-2400 8GB: $75 Modification cost: $600 $450 for NUC $150 - 3 clocks in the tX 3x SMB cables: $100 Shi
Hi all, I've been a long time reader of the CA forum and in this first post I want to ask your opinion on my fanless build. It will be a headless server, based on MPD and RT Linux. I'll stay with the CAPS design philosophy as closely as possible. I just ordered the parts and will keep you posted on my progress. This is my setup: Akasa Euler fanless case Gigabyte GA-H61TN (thin mITX mainboard) Intel Pentium G630T OCZ Vertex 64 GB SSD For a review of the case, see: Akasa Euler Fanless Thin ITX Case | silentpcreview.com Other components: Musical Fidelity V-Link (on its own lin