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AMD Ryzen Embedded R1505G, DC, 2.4 GHz, 12-25W *** Passmark = 3872 ***

AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics

Longevity support for long-life solutions

For home, business, embedded & Industrial applications

2 x 260Pin SO-DIMM DDR4 2400, up to 32GB

Dual GLAN

1 x HDMI, 2 x Displayport

Supports Triple Displays

3 x USB 3.2, 2 x USB 2.0

1 x M.2 Key M, 1 x M.2 Key E

2 x Realtek LAN

Intel 802.11 ac Wi-Fi + BT 4.2

12V DC-in
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They chose the wrong size of M2. I would pick 2280 instead of 2260 even if it makes the box bigger.

Where do you find 2260 M2 Drive? They are like rare items.
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Embedded cpu, so non-ugradeable?
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anyone have any interesting ideas/uses for this ?
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anyone have any interesting ideas/uses for this ?
Dual LAN makes it perfect for router/firewall.
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I own this box and managed to fit a 2280 NVMe drive in it by using an m.2 extender cable and placing the drive diagonally in the case.
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Dual LAN makes it perfect for router/firewall.
Not perfect for Pfsense, because of the Realtek NICs, unfortunately. For home use, it may be OK, but they are known to be less stable than Intel NICs when using Pfsense.

That said, this thing would outperform the i5-7200u I have and ultimately cost less than the box I am using for Pfsense (Qotom Q555G6).......
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How about using this for a NAS box, using those cheap USB HDD enclosure behind it? Would that be a good use for this?
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How about using this for a NAS box, using those cheap USB HDD enclosure behind it? Would that be a good use for this?
Sure, but at that point, better off using a raspberry pi for it.
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I saw this post and thought it was a mini pc... Started reading the comments and realized that you are all a lot smarter than me and now I'm leaving feeling like I just walked into the wrong house party
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Not perfect for Pfsense, because of the Realtek NICs, unfortunately. For home use, it may be OK, but they are known to be less stable than Intel NICs when using Pfsense.

That said, this thing would outperform the i5-7200u I have and ultimately cost less than the box I am using for Pfsense (Qotom Q555G6).......
Would be fine for untangle since it's Linux based but you're right not good for pfsense or opnsense
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How would this be for plex transcoding? 4k and 3d blu-ray iso
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I think this thing is overpriced and unimpressive, and I've been an AMD Fan Bois since I switched from Cyrix processors in the mid-nineties. Over a year ago I bought a Brix Celeron J4105 for $100 that is almost as fast as this box with a much lower TDP. Heck, even my 5 year old i5-5575R mini-system is considerably faster [cpubenchmark.net] than this machine. What's more my $100 Brix has room for a full size M.2 drive AND a 2.5" SSD. I may be wrong, but according to Newegg "1 x SATA3 (6Gb/s), SATA3_1 shared with M.2_Key M", though this box may have a 2.5" bay, it may only support a single drive! I glanced at the manual, but didn't get clarity. My Brix is currently rocking a 500GB M.2 and a 2TB 2.5" spinning rust drive.

I think AMD has basically abandoned the APU space to Intel to jack up sales of its GPUs. When, if ever, are the 7nm Renoir desktop APUs going to be released? I'd love to get a 35w Ryzen 3 4300GE and an AM4 itx board to juice up my 6 year old Celeron J1900 home server, but at this point I may just go with an Intel i3-10100 when I see a good price, because I'm sick of waiting.
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How about using this for a NAS box, using those cheap USB HDD enclosure behind it? Would that be a good use for this?
It would work but even actual purpose built NAS enclosures are available cheaper than this would be.
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