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Shuttle NC01U5 Intel i5-5200U Barebones, Sandisk 2.5" 256GB SSD, Crucial 8GB DDR3L So-DIMM MEMORY Combo $283

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN July 2, 2016 at 10:43 PM
NewEgg just posted this combo. [newegg.com] Great deal I think on a 5th Generation i5 nano computer with 256GB SSD and 8GB ram included.

They lowered the price on the Shuttle NC01U5 bare bones to $250 for the 4th sale.
[newegg.com]

They have now added a bundle that gets you a SanDisk Z400 2.5" 256GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (Reg $65) and 8 GB single stick Crucial DDR3L SO-DIMM (PC3L 12800) memory (reg $28) for $33 more.

This is $80 less than last weeks deal that only had a 120GB SSD

Good price on a modern i5 mini pc with 2 memory slots and both M.2 and 2.5" SSD support.

NOTE, this deal was available very briefly this morning (and I got 1) it disappeared and is back. They show out of stock on the Hard Disk, so it may not last long.


Thanks to RobertG714 who saw the reduced price on the Shuttle for $250.
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Not bad. With i5 cpu, ac wifi and 256gb ssd. Good price if no tax.
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really tempting for replacing my big HTPC, but I'm hesitant about the form factor and not being able to add an Intel network card.

low chance of onboard NIC failing, but I'd be kicking myself if it did
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Quote from J Macker View Post :
really tempting for replacing my big HTPC, but I'm hesitant about the form factor and not being able to add an Intel network card.
low chance of onboard NIC failing, but I'd be kicking myself if it did
It a paradigm shift when you switch from even a Mini-ITX system to one of these "NUCS". No question that they are less modular so there will be things you can't fix.

However, I figure the electricity I will save in the next year or two (my systems are on 24/7) will pay for replacement. I have set up one of these and while you can barely hear the fan, they are quiet and cool.
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perfect pfsense box.
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Will this take a modern graphics card? Having built custom PC's my whole life I am tired of what is involved. I just want to get a mostly built new system and throw in an RX480 when they are released.

Edit: Sorry everyone, I was viewing this on mobile and just saw that it was a nicely priced barebone. I didn't realize or read far enough to realize it's a small form factor. Also, spelling.
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you cant seriously look at that case and think it will take a modern graphics card


also, this is overkill for pfsense but definitely futureproof.

I wonder how well it hackintoshes
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how would this be a perfect firewall (pfsense) when it only get one ethernet port? you gonna do router on a stick thing with a 802.1q capable switch or something?
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Will this rake a modern graphics card? Having built custom PC's my whole life I am tired of what is involved. I just want to get a mostly built new system and throw in an RX480 when they are released.
And you're calling yourself a PC builder? Look at it..
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Too niche for 99.99% people out there.
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Already OOS
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Will this rake a modern graphics card? Having built custom PC's my whole life I am tired of what is involved. I just want to get a mostly built new system and throw in an RX480 when they are released.
Seriously man, we highly doubt you built PCs your whole life, this thing can barely takes a small RAM sticks, let alone a giant graphic card.
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Quote from sygyzy :
I just want to get a mostly built new system and throw in an RX480 when they are released.
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Seriously man, we highly doubt you built PCs your whole life, this thing can barely takes a small RAM sticks, let alone a giant graphic card.
Actually you can add one semi-giant graphics card. The NC01U5 has a plug on the bottom that docks with a XVB01 graphics expansion box that hides inside A Radeon R7 370 w 2gb ram. [shuttle.eu] So, not an RX480 but...

It does seem to be OOS as I guessed. I purchased one Friday AM early, it went out of stock, then came back mid afternoon Saturday. Perhaps it will restock again.
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how would this be a perfect firewall (pfsense) when it only get one ethernet port? you gonna do router on a stick thing with a 802.1q capable switch or something?
USB 3.0 gigabit NIC. less than $10 on ebay. I'm doing something similar with Sophos.
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you cant seriously look at that case and think it will take a modern graphics card


also, this is overkill for pfsense but definitely futureproof.

I wonder how well it hackintoshes
Sorry, you're right. I was viewing from mobile and just saw Barebones and was wishful.
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