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Intel Mini PC i3 6100U Barebone Kit w/ 8GB DDR4 Memory EXPIRED

poetuan 4,827 3,085 March 6, 2016 at 08:02 PM in Desktop Computers (3) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 03-07-2016 by Discombobulated at 03:27 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Intel Mini PC Barebone Kit (NUC6i3SYH) w/ 8GB Avexir DDR4 Laptop Memory (automatically added to cart) on sale for $289.99. Shipping is free. Thanks poetuan

Note, your free memory will automatically be added to your cart; limited time offer.

Specs
  • Intel Core i3 6100U Processor (6th Generation)
  • Intel HD 520 Graphics
  • WiFi w/ Bluetooth (AC 8260 w/ Bluetooth 4.1)
  • Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD
  • DDR4 (up to 32GB maximum)
    • Inputs
      • 2x USB 3.0
      • 1x HDMI (1.4b)
      • 1x mini DisplayPort 1.2
      • 1x Ethernet

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Written by Discombobulated

The Averxir DDR4 laptop memory is included with a value of $32.99; great for those looking to create a mini performance for streaming, home entertainment & more - Discombobulated

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Edited March 6, 2016 at 10:29 PM by BeAuMaN
Newegg [newegg.com] has the combo for $290. The 8GB DDR4 Ram [newegg.com] is Avexir. You will still need a SSD (2.5 and/or m.2 drive). Free shipping with ShopRunner or Premiere

6th generation Intel Core i3-6100U processor
Dual-channel DDR4 SODIMMs, 32GB maximum
Intel HD graphics 520
Internal support for M.2 SSD card
Internal SATA3 support for 2.5" HDD/SSD
Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 and Bluetooth 4.1
Consumer Infrared sensor on the front panel
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All things considered, the n3700 Braswell is likely a better choice for the HTPC crowd. This chip TDP is 15w, which is nice, but the n3700 is 6w. The i3 is dual core, and 4 when hyper-threaded, compared to the Braswell which is 4 core without h/t.

If you're trying to play games, perhaps the NUC might not be the best choice, but having the N3700 NUC provides more than enough bang when streaming from Plex. If you're going to do those things directly on the box, then you might need that extra processing power, but I generally doubt it. While not on sale this very moment, you can also get them for about 160-175 what seems to be every other week.

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From $299 to $289...?
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Quote from davmrls View Post :
From $299 to $289...?
stick of ram should count for $30
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so ram included as a bonus? only drive needed? this looks good for office PC.
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Quote from pattuspl View Post :
so ram included as a bonus? only drive needed? this looks good for office PC.
Need an OS too.
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Read reviews, seems like there are some issues with BIOS and HDMI out where many people are RMAing.
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Always considering purchasing one of these for my WMC machine, especially now that they come with an m.2 port.

The form factor would definitely get one more ugly box out of my bedroom.

The only downside is you can't upgrade the graphics if you want to play games.

It has also been my experience that getting hd graphics to map correctly 1:1 takes a lot more fiddling than I'd like. Maybe it's better these days.
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Picked one up - hoping this will make a good esxi host.
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How does does the performance of this 6th gen i3 NUC compare with the the NUC5i7RYH (5th gen i7?)
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How does does the performance of this 6th gen i3 NUC compare with the the NUC5i7RYH (5th gen i7?)
there's a huge difference between an i3 and an i7.
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How much power does this use? Looking for a low power PC minecraft thing.
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65w at the most I think
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Quote from BenjaminR6839 View Post :
How much power does this use? Looking for a low power PC minecraft thing.
Figure around 30 watts at most. i3 6100u is a 15 watt processor, and another 15 should cover everything else (chipset, drive, memory, and WiFi). Maybe 45 depending on what you plug into the USB ports.
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All things considered, the n3700 Braswell is likely a better choice for the HTPC crowd. This chip TDP is 15w, which is nice, but the n3700 is 6w. The i3 is dual core, and 4 when hyper-threaded, compared to the Braswell which is 4 core without h/t.

If you're trying to play games, perhaps the NUC might not be the best choice, but having the N3700 NUC provides more than enough bang when streaming from Plex. If you're going to do those things directly on the box, then you might need that extra processing power, but I generally doubt it. While not on sale this very moment, you can also get them for about 160-175 what seems to be every other week.
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