Fanless N100 SBC review

"AAEON has sent us an UP 7000 single board computer equipped with an Intel Processor N100 Alder Lake-N CPU, 8GB RAM, and 64GB eMMC flash for review. The business card-sized SBC is an update to the UP 4000 SBC that we reviewed last year with an Intel Atom x7-E3950 Apollo Lake processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC flash, and should also provide an x86 alternative to the Raspberry Pi 5 for industrial application."

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ASUS Elkhart Lake embedded computer

The EBS-P300W PICO-ITX motherboard is equipped with the Intel Atom x6000E Series processor and is suitable for various applications due to its fanless design. It comes with on-board LPDDR4x-3733 8GB memory and up to 128GB EMMC storage. Additionally, it can drive independent displays with up to 4Kp60 resolution through two HDMI ports. Meeting industrial I/O demands, the EBS-P300W offers a wide voltage range (12 ~ 24V) and dual GbE LAN ports, supporting speeds up to 2.5Gbe. Moreover, it includes M.2 B-Key and M.2 E-Key expansion slots, allowing customers to expand its capabilities through module connections.

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Custom Turemetal build

"This is the stock configuration. It's pretty effective already but, the heat-generating components on the motherboard other than the CPU are not directly connected to the case's heat sinks. It causes gradual rise in temperature in my use case. So I did a little DIY tweak."

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Tranquil IT's Rugged Intel Range

The Fanless Mini - Intel J4125 is Tranquil's entry level computer, which has great flexibility. Other features include HDMI and USB3.0. The Fanless Mini Rugged is a versatile product ensuring reliability with a wide range of I/O options.

The Fanless Mini Rugged 10th Gen is a versatile and reliable product with a range of I/O options. Its inclusion of legacy IO such as RS232 allows for connectivity with older devices. Additionally, features like HDMI and USB 3.0 provide compatibility with modern peripherals and high-speed data transfer. Powered by upto an i7 processor it handles various tasks efficiently. This feature makes it suitable for applications that require processing capabilities beyond basic computing needs.

The Fanless Mini 12th Gen rugged computer is powered by up to an i7 processor. Our Industrial rugged Fanless Mini is designed to operate in harsh environments where standard consumer-grade computers would not be able to function reliably. These environments can include extreme temperatures, high levels of dust and moisture, and exposure to physical shock and vibration, commonly used in industries like manufacturing, aerospace, military, and agriculture.

Fanless NUC - Intel 10th Gen. Its small footprint makes the Fanless NUC ideal for locations where space is at a premium, such as kiosks or mobile transport applications. Performance is not compromised the solution can house up to an i7 processor despite its small size. Its 2 video outputs make this little system great for workstations or CCTV monitoring systems whilst its high IP rating enables it to run in less than clean environments 24/7.


i9-13900 Streacom DB1 build

"One tip if you want to reproduce the build. The thermal paste is really important. After I built it initially, I saw that it was running fairly hot. Later on, I redid it (since I managed to break the first motherboard I had after flashing the bios). When I redid the build, I got 2 x 5.5g Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut tubes. They come with a really nice applicator that allows you to put down a thin and even layer. I put an even layer over both sides of the copper plate that comes with the cooler, as well as where the cooler touches the case. It took a lot of paste, but it made a huge difference on thermals. Now, the CPU is running at 55C when idle. At full load over prolonged periods of time, it runs at about 80C. At peak load for short periods of time, it hits 100C and gets throttled sometimes but 90C is more typical. Note that you have control over these temperatures with the power limits."

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Meet Bloodhound by Simply NUC

Bloodhound, by Simply NUC is the next key piece of your IT solution, from network security and redundancy to edge computing and analysis, Bloodhound can do it all. Loaded with an Intel Celeron N5105 CPU, and paired with up to 32GB of RAM to enable faster operations, and up to 8TB of storage for bulk data or storing local CCTV footage, and anything in between. Contact Simply NUC today to find out how Bloodhound can address the pain points of your business today.

Bloodhound comes out of the box with three 2.5Gb LAN ports, giving you the flexibility you need to connect multiple IP devices, provide additional networking capabilities, or to cut down on overall cabling by utilizing the built-in PoE+ on the primary LAN port to power your device. Easily integrate your Bloodhound device into hard to reach places thanks to its slim form factor and the included VESA mount, but keep it accessible by connecting an external power source and status LEDs with the front panel header, allowing you access to your Bloodhound device when mounted out of view.  Bloodhound can serve a variety of rugged deployments such as an edge firewall, an edge server for IP cameras, or an IoT gateway.

Bloodhound is an ultra small form factor device, coming in at just under 0.5L, built in a fanless all metal outer chassis with no moving parts, removing the risk of fan failure bringing down your device or IoT network. Bloodhound is IP53 rated, 24/7 tested, and has an operating temperature of 0-60C, making it ideal for deployment in a wide array of environments, from dusty warehouse floors, to external wayfinding kiosks, to outdoor installations with spraying water. Bloodhound is a rugged device, designed to last.

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Stylish i7-1255U unit

This Partaker barebone is powered by an Intel Core i7-1255U processor, a 12th generation processor that offers up to 4.7GHz of turbo boost frequency. This makes it capable of handling demanding tasks such as video editing, gaming, and 3D modeling.  Connectivity is top-noch with six USB, two GbE, and two HDMI ports. In addition to solid hardware, the heat sink case has a bold and unique design. The system is configurable with up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, starting at $525.99.