Most all NUCs are under those dimensions.
Most all support 16gb of memory, with few exceptions.
whats good youtube or site to find whats best nuc then?
why does nobody on the web know about intel nuc? what sites besides this one would have pppl that know about intel nuc?
"Nobody on the web"? Perhaps they are too self-absorbed with facetube and twootle. Seriously, there are lots of people who know about the NUC.
You can look at these sites:
And Newegg and Amazon have plenty of NUCs for sale.
For more NUC information:
And, there is a good blog to look at for information on NUCs:
Adding to AL's input,
whats the main diff between 'system kits boards'? looking for 16 or more ram
yea there's nobody on this web for the last 5 years that even mentioned nuc the whole time for small cases
i remembered this nuc thing as the only option left besides mac mini, like nobody knows anything its crazy, but at least some ppl that knows about nuc are on this site (which nobody wouldve found unless they already heard of nuc)
"yea there's nobody on this web for the last 5 years that even mentioned nuc the whole time for small cases
i remembered this nuc thing as the only option left besides mac mini, like nobody knows anything its crazy, but at least some ppl that knows about nuc are on this site (which nobody wouldve found unless they already heard of nuc)"
What web have you been on? Flush your browser cache. Use a good search engine. Stay away from "certain" sites. Get some sunshine every now and then. And, be enlightened!
That's baloney. There are references to the NUCs (though perhaps as Next Unit of Computing) all over the place going back all the way to the release of the first models in late 2012. There are, for example, two Subreddits, both created in early 2015 and both with over 5K members, r/intelnuc and r/nuc.
Here are the categories somewhat better explained:
- Boards are the raw motherboards used in certain NUC models that are also sold standalone. Typically, only the motherboards from the extended life vPro NUCs are sold standalone. There are exceptions to this rule, however.
- Kits are the motherboards built into high or low profile chassis. All chassis come with internal Wireless/Bluetooth antennas included, regardless of whether the motherboard comes outfitted with Wireless support. The high profile chassis has a bay for the inclusion of a 2.5" SATA drive. The user must add memory, storage and O/S themselves. When it comes to chassis size, only the NUCs in the Extreme category vary from the standard 4"x4" sizing.
- Systems (a.k.a. Mini PCs) are kits that have also had memory and storage added and an O/S (typically Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro) pre-installed.
There are also 3rd parties, like SimplyNUC, who purchase boards or kits and use them to produce unique customized and turnkey system-level products.
that's a better explanation than what is on the web, have that replace everything else
gonna look into w/e this 'zotac' thing is
and seems that amd recently started some mini pcs ill see what they have, wonder if they have a list even...... simple list
these 'intel nucs' links arent helpful or informative on whats best and its too complicated
gonna see what other options are simpler, otherwise just go with mac mini but there's likely something better by now ??