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|Processor||Intel Core i5-5300U vPro Dual-Core|
|Base Clock Speed||2.3 GHz|
|Max Boost Speed||2.9 GHz|
|L3 Cache||3 MB|
|Memory Slots||2 x SO-DIMM|
|Memory Type||1600 MHz DDR3 SDRAM|
|Graphics Card||Intel HD Graphics 5500|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.6 x 4.9 x 4.1"|
|Package Weight||2.45 lb|
|Audio||1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack|
|Ports||4 x USB 3.0|
|Display||2 x Mini DisplayPort|
|Flash Media Slot||None|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||4.5 x 4.4 x 1.9" / 115.1 x 111.0 x 48.3 mm|
|Power Supply||65 W|
|Drive Bay Expansion||Quantity: 1Size: 2.5"Type: Internal|
|Network||1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45)|
This 5th Gen INTEL NUC from Dino PC is a modest improvement over the 4th Gen however the changes to add a 2.5-inch drive bay and reduce the size of the power supply are both welcome. Our only regret is that we would have liked to see the Core i5 version rather than Core i3.
Compact form factor., Tiny power draw., Very quiet., You get the option of adding a 2.5-inch hard drive., Reasonable performance., The price of NUC continues to fall.
Core i3 holds back both the graphics performance and also affects system responsiveness., No upgrade path.
It works....What else can I say. Using it to power a 48 inch display in parts department with a web based program and wanted to be easily able to hide it....worked well.
I am impressed with this NUC. I built a low end Brix with Celeron cpu and it is fine for a backup PC, but this PC with the I3 cpu and intel 5500 graphics is a real hit. I put 8 gig of ram and a Samsung M.2 sata 500 gig storage drive in it. It scored around 1900 on Passmark overall rating.
I have installed Windows 10 Pro and Ubuntu in this machine without problems. Everything runs smoothly and is totally silent. As an extra it looks great.
This runs 24/7 Weather Station and Web Servers on Windows 10
I pre-ordered and have had this i3 Broadwell NUC since it first came out. 16GB RAM and an M.2 SSD and it has been running continuously since March 2015 (it's January 2016 for me right now if you're reading this way out in the future), with reboots only for kernel updates.
I love it , it is beautiful and smart
NIC drivers and support are not provided by Intel for Windows Server, though a workaround does exist.
This is exceeding my expectations. The only reason I do not give it 5 stars is because Intel needs to do more on its support site to tell people what to do when they get this box - shame on the Intel product people for not doing so, it just reflects on their attitude towards the consumer market.
This is running extremely well under Linux with '4K' (really 3840x2160 UltraHD resolution) video on a via a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable. The only other components are and a 9.5mm thick 2.5" SSD fitted in lieu of an M.2.
The hardware is great but the Intel Driver Update Utility is pretty bad. It always gives me "failed" installation messages. You're better off installing drivers manually.