A man from the power-adapter store told me I can use, but I want to have professional advice with arguments. Thank you.
I am sure you are asking about the 7.7A, but, in fact, the voltage is the real issue. In this case, requirement is within 10%, so it should be fine.
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Thank you for the answer.
I still waiting an answer from Intel support. They didn't reply yet.
I'm worry about this +0.5V because I'm going to use my NUC 24/7 365days.
In official spec here:
they say: "DC Input Voltage Supported 12-19 VDC"
12-19 ok but what if 19.5V)
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I agree with n.scott.pearson, on the Technical Product Specification Intel® NUC Products NUC8i3BE/NUC8i5BE/NUC8i7BE (https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/mini-pcs/nuc-kits/NUC8i3BE_NUC8i5BE_NUC8i7...) the section 220.127.116.11 Power supply connector page 38 you can find the following statement: "External Power Supply – the board can be powered through a 12-19 V DC connector on the back panel. The back panel DC connector is compatible with a 5.5 mm/OD (outer diameter) and 2.5 mm/ID (inner diameter) plug, where the inner contact is +12-19 (±10%) V DC and the shell is GND. The maximum current rating is 10 A.)".
We recommend using the 12-19 VDC that comes with the Intel® NUC but you should be fine with the 19.5V 7.7A.
Hope this helps.
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