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Shuttle Barebones NC01U7 w/ 240GB Kingston SSD, 8GB DDR3L $439.99

RobertG714 13 16 August 1, 2016 at 03:25 PM in Barebones Computers (12) More Newegg Deals
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Last Edited by RobertG714 August 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM
Newegg.com [newegg.com] has Shuttle Barebones NC01U7 w/ 240GB Kingston SSDNow UV400 SSD + 8GB Crucial Memory on sale for $439.99 OMG


NOW $439.99


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  • Shuttle NC01U7 Mini Barebone System (Black)
  • 240GB Kingston SSDNow UV400 2.5" SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • 8GB Crucial (1x8GB) 1600 DDR3L Laptop Memory (CT102464BF160B)
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#2
with $30 extra, I can get extra 120GB SSD with Kingston ...
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wasnt this combo 280 not long ago?
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wasnt this combo 280 not long ago?
for i7 ? doubtful.
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would be sweet if shuttle still made them like this where u could add a full size graphics card, especially now that power requirements are coming way back down
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wasnt this combo 280 not long ago?
That was i5, $283
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Excuse my ignorance, but what would this system be used for? A workstation?
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
for i7 ? doubtful.
it was a i5 5th gen.

also with 8gb ram and 240gb ssd.

not sure how much more performance the i7 is over th i5 but at exra $180 I doubt it this is a good deal.

I got the $280 deal last time but returned it the build quality on the unit just seems cheap.. with plastic.

I had the intel NUC before and they were metal and well built
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#9
Nice deal
Thanks for posting
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#10
deals like this show how great the alienware alpha/steam machine really is for 380 dollar.
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can a system like this, run the "No Man's Sky Game" coming out in a week?
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Quote from seanleeforever View Post :
deals like this show how great the alienware alpha/steam machine really is for 380 dollar.
Only because they have a $100 graphics chip. This is an i7 with an SSD, it's actually much better priced for non gaming use, unless you're being sarcastic.
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Quote from jbitzer View Post :
Only because they have a $100 graphics chip. This is an i7 with an SSD, it's actually much better priced for non gaming use, unless you're being sarcastic.
hmm. please tell me you are joking right. i guess people nowadays knows nothing about computer. tell me HOW is this i7 better for non gaming use.
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Quote from seanleeforever View Post :
hmm. please tell me you are joking right. i guess people nowadays knows nothing about computer. tell me HOW is this i7 better for non gaming use.
How about how you tell me how integrated graphics is good for gaming use? Or how about how 2 generation older half the price i3 processor with mechanical drive is a better deal than an i7 with ssd?

I guess you're right, people nowadays know nothing about computer.

Meh- never mind, I misread the processor in this. Thought it was skylake and not u. This deal isn't that great.
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Quote from jbitzer View Post :
How about how you tell me how integrated graphics is good for gaming use? Or how about how 2 generation older half the price i3 processor with mechanical drive is a better deal than an i7 with ssd?

I guess you're right, people nowadays know nothing about computer.
okay, i guess you are genuinely ignorant about this subject then.
i7 by itself means nothing. a i7 low voltage processor is really meant for ultra portable laptop use where performance isn't the top concern. one shouldn't really compare laptop processor with desktop processor unless it is HQ series.
for this particular chip, it is a dual core i7, base clock 2.4G Hz and can turbo to 3G Hz, the alpha/steam machine posted 3 days ago has a i5 4950T, which is a quad core 2GHz base and can trubo to 3G. the fact that it has dedicated graphic card means all the TDP will be given to processor and none of them is going to be consumed by on board graphic, meaning higher TDP headroom for the CPU alone, meaning faster average clock, meaning faster performance.


but let's say you are running a linux terminal where graphic is non existent (to even the ground a bit), even so, the i7 5500u pales in comparison. 4590T has pass mark of 5478 where 5500U has passmark of 4009, single thread performance wise, 4590T@2GHz scored 1693 where 5500u@2.4G scored at 1571.. so there is no scenario where 5500u is a faster processor. it is more power efficient, but it isn't faster, not by a long shot especially when doing multi threads tasks like video editing, compression, vm, compile.
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