|Processor||2.6 GHz Intel Core i5|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Intel NUC BOXD54250WYKH1 Intel 4th Gen Intel Core i5-4250U with Intel HD Graphics 5000
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- 4th Generation Intel Core i5-4250U processor
- Intel HD Graphics 5000
- Dual channel SODIMM DDR3L 1333/1600 MHz, 1.35V
- Internal support for 2.5" HDD or SSD
- Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
- Supports Mobile SATA (SSD) card via full-length PCIe Mini Card
- 4 USB3.0 Ports
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How do you use your Intel NUC?
- Multiple HD Displays: Because one HD screen is never enough.
- Rapid Start: Less Waiting. More Gaming.
- Multiple Ports: Room for the peripherals so you can drive like you do in real life.
- Supports 4K Display: For immersive visuals.
- Smaller Than a DVR: Or your grandma’s VCR.
- Built-In Wi-Fi: So you can stream all the Netflix* you want.
- Vesa Mount: DIY your own All in One with a single screwdriver.
- Bluetooth: Hook up your Bluetooth speakers and go all retro boombox cool.
- Storage: Up to 2 TB of storage for all the pictures of kittens and tacos that you take.
Game On Your TV From Your PC
Intel NUC allows gamers to bring their mainstream gaming experience into the living room. With its ample graphics performance, the Intel NUC can power your mainstream, casual, and indie game catalogues from the couch. What once was an experience only to be had on the small screen of your desktop or laptop can now be realized and shared on the full-size high definition display located in a common area of your home.
Intel NUC gives you the power you need to play, entertain, and inspire. Get the powerful capabilities of a complete desktop system packaged into four small inches, including built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, and mini HDMI. Experience eye-popping visuals and immersive 7.1 surround sound, all in a stylish Mini PC that can easily fit into any room.
Shrink Your Desktop
Shrink your desktop with the Intel NUC, featuring Intel Anti-Theft Technology and support for Vesa-mount brackets. From school and university computer labs to government and nonprofit organizations, the thin, Intel NUC form factor is perfect for small spaces.
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Boxed NUC - Next Unit of Computing Kit - Silver with Black Top and Diamond Cut around the Top - 2.5" - HDD/SSD Support - mSATA - VESA mount bracket and mounting hole support - Antennae for WIFI and Bluetooth pre-assembled for ease of deployment - Two Front Panel USB 3.0 ports - Front Panel Consumer IR window - Front Panel headphone/microphone jack - Kensington lock support - Integration Guide - 19V, 65W DC-DC power adapter - Power Cord (Type B (USA/Can)
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I purchased the Intel D54250WYKH i5 NUC that can accommodate a laptop hard drive. I thought the i5 would help future-proof the device. I am using it as a HTPC DVR, and replaced my old HTPC DVR with this. It is hooked up to a TV (actually AV receiver) via HDMI. I purchased 8 gig of Crucial 1.35v RAM, an Intel 525 mSATA SSD, a Western Digital 1 TB Red HDD and a copy of Windows 7 Professional.
During my research I came across several posts that recommended a certain order in which to install all the software. I started the build by installing the SSD and the RAM. I left out the HDD just so I wouldn't get confused when installing Windows. The very first thing I did was to update my BIOS to the newest version on Intel's website. Second, I plugged in my USB DVD drive and installed Windows 7. Next I installed the Intel® Chipset Device Software and then the Intel® Management Engine driver. After that I installed the other drivers. The computer has to restart for a few of the driver installations. I then installed the Western Digital hard drive, booted up and installed all of the Windows Updates. There were no problems at all, everything went smooth.
I opened up Windows Media Center and discovered that my Harmony remote worked just fine. I did not have to configure anything on my computer or Harmony. The IR just worked. I setup WMC, added all of my scheduled recordings, installed the Shark007 codecs and that is about it. Everything just worked.
This thing really is great. For Windows 7, everything was easy and straight forward. The computer is powerful, yet compact and sips electricity. Like another reviewer said, "Thinking of buying one for a HTPC? Do it, you won't regret it."
In the last year I have been using a home grown photo booth setup that has worked well, powered by an older Dell Optiplex 740 PC, big, slow, and a pain to lug around or setup.
Have a sixth birthday party for my daughter this weekend, fire up the Dell and as you can guess, it is dead on arrival. Panic ensues as i promised her the photo booth for her birthday party.
i hit Amazon to see what I could find and came across this unit, i actually selected the "others bought this with these parts" option as it fit what I needed perfectly. 8GB of ram and a combo WiFi bluetooth card.
The box it comes in is neat, but gets annoying quick. They have a small sensor in it so that when you open it it plays the Intel sound, you know the one..dum..dum..dum..dum..cool the first time, but annoying as hell the next 20 times.
I opted to go with this unit so i could put an SSD drive i had laying around in it, 128GB Sandisk, plenty fast and it was cheap.
It boots up quickly, makes almost no noise and is pretty speedy, better than I had expected.
The fact that it can be vesa mounted to a monitor is cool, though my Dell 20" doesnt seem to be a good fit for this with the stand it uses.
Be aware, there is no regular VGA port, so you need to make sure if you are plugging it in to a standard flat screen monitor that you have a display port to VGA (or DVI) or an HDMI to VGA (or DVI) adapter.
My next step is after it gets done updating Windows 8.1, I am going to plug it in to the LED tv upstairs to see how it runs.
I am also going to buy an Apple keyabord and Apple mouse to use with the bluetooth in the NUC so i have a small footprint and no wires for using it as a photo booth.
After I use this, i am seriously debating buying one of the i7 NUC's and making it my primary PC, 16GB of ram and all the USB 3.0 ports, etc would be more than sufficient for what I need.
The photo I have attached is a side by side of the NUC and my old Dell Optiplex 740
Lubuntu v14.04 LTS installed without requiring any customization and runs great on this mini box. I love the size of this computer and how I can hide it with ease behind my monitors. I never hear any noise from this computer either. While I haven't tried HD video encoding on it, this little computer runs remarkably fast with multiple browsers and 20+ tabs in each browser. I haven't been able to get it to run slow with any application so far.
FYI, the ONLY difference between the i3 and the i5 CPU versions of this NUC as per ark.intel.com is "Intel® Turbo Boost Technology dynamically increases the processor's frequency as needed by taking advantage of thermal and power headroom to give you a burst of speed when you need it, and increased energy efficiency when you don’t." The hyper threading i3 has a fixed clock speed of 1.7GHz, while the i5 with the same CPU core count as the i3 has clock speeds of 1.3GHz and can go as high as 2.6GHz upon high utilization demand. The average power usage is the same for both CPUs according to intel. You'll need to determine if the "turbo boost feature" is worth the extra ~$85 cost for the i5 model since that's the only difference. It wasn't for me.
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