|Screen Size||1 inches|
|Processor||1.7 GHz Intel Celeron|
|RAM||2 GB SO-DIMM DDR3|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
Qotom Q190G4 Intel Celeron Processor 3215U Dual Core Processor Barebone Mini PC
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- Intel Celeron Processor 3215U Dual core (2M Cache, 1.70 GHz, Broadwell)
- Barebone(NO RAM,NO SSD,NO WIFI)
- 4 Intel RJ45 Lan+2 USB 2.0+2 USB 3.0+HD Video+COM Port
- It support Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Linux OS/Pfsense. We pre-install Unactivated Windows 7 for testing and we do not provide any Windows license.
- This pfSense appliance can be configured as a firewall, LAN or WAN router, VPN appliance, DHCP Server, DNS Server, and IDS/IPS with optional packages to deliver a high performance, high throughput front-line security
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Fanless 4 Lan Mini Pc Q310G4 Specification:
Dimension:187*115*52mm(L*H*W) ( Reference )
Weight:2Kg ( Reference )
Power Consumption:TDP 15W
Onboard CPU:Intel Celeron Processor 3215U (2M Cache, 1.70 GHz, Broadwell)
Memory:SO-DIMMs Support DDR3L 1333/1600 MHz,1.35V 1 x DDR3 DIMM Memory Slot ,Max. Support up to 8GB Memory
Hard Disk:support SSD ( MSATA / SATA) - support HDD (2.5 inch SATA HDD )
Onboard VGA:Intel HD Graphics
Onboard LAN:4 x Intel I211-AT- 10/100/1000 Controller
Audio Solution:Realtek ALC662 6-Channel HD Audio
power on/off button
2 x USB 3.0 Ports
2 x USB 2.0 Ports
1 x HD Video Connector
1 x Serial port
1 x Minipcie port (for mSATA SSD)
1 x Minipcie port (for WIFI/BLUETOOT Module)
1 x DDR3L SO-DIMM Memory Slot
1 x SATA Port
1 x SATA power connector
1 x Automatically boot jumper
1 xDV 12V DC input
HDD LED, Power LEDs
4 x Intel RJ-45 Ports
1 x Speak Out Connector
1 x Mic In Connector
Power Supply:DC 12V
Packing list: 1*QOTOM Q310G4,1*Power adapter,1*Vesa,1*Screw,1*Packaing box.
This pfSense appliance can be configured as a firewall, LAN or WAN router, VPN appliance, DHCP Server, DNS Server, and IDS/IPS with optional packages to deliver a high performance, high throughput front-line security architecture at a excellent price per gigabit.
Built with performance, versatility, and low total cost of ownership in mind, pfSense systems meet the growing needs of organizations of all sizes.
1.For all the mini pcs you bought from us, we provide a full one-year warranty.
2.We assure you that all the mini pc and accessories have been tested before delivery.
The CPU is Latest 3215U,If you need the old one J1900 4 LAN Mini pc,order
Top Customer Reviews
Running pfSense v2.3 on this for a few weeks with a lot of packages, a VPN, utilizing all four 1 Gigabit network interfaces (WAN + 3 vLAN) and its pretty amazing and fast. It barely registers any CPU load, and could handle a medium sized branch office no problem. The operating temp can be lowered 10deg C if you just move a little air over the cooling fins on the top. I predict replacing many ASA-5505's and Sonicwalls in the near future.
• Kingston Technology 8GB 1600MHz DDR3L (PC3-12800) 1.35V Non-ECC CL11 SODIMM Intel Laptop Memory
• Samsung 850 EVO 120 GB mSATA 2-Inch SSD (MZ-M5E120BW)
• Gdstime USB DC 5V Power 120mm 12cm 5 inches Brushless Cooling Fan
• Half to Full Height Mini PCI Express(PCI-E) Card Bracket Adapter
- Ability to use a 2.5" SATA HDD or SSD
- Low power, 12V operation.
- Vesa Mount included
- Arrived in less than a week.
- No documentation. Would be nice to know what some of the headers are for.
- mSata & PCI-e slot labels are tiny and barely legible on the motherboard (see: no docs above). Be careful.
- mini PCI-e slot for wifi card is full-height. All mini PCI-e wifi cards I have seen are 1/2 Height. This is not a big problem because available PCI-e wifi cards are not really suitable for running an access point anyway, and you can always get a $3 bracket adapter if you feel compelled to do it.
Fanless, zero noise, with four Gigabit ethernet interfaces. The construction is nice and compact, solid feel.
The Intel Celeron CPU J1900 runs at 2GHz with 4 cores, plenty of horsepower for the most in-depth packet inspection.
BSD Says: "CPU: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz (2000.05-MHz K8-class CPU)"
I used a Crucial memory module for 8GB:
Crucial 8GB Single DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3-12800) CL11 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Notebook Memory CT102464BF160B
(Very important to make sure the memory has 1.35 Volt support!)
I used a standard 2.5" (laptop) SATA SSD. The case includes a nice mount for it on the bottom panel. (You will need the 4 SSD screws to hold your drive in from the *sides*). Standard SATA and SATA-Power cables are brought up ready to use.. the connectors are just dangling in the case for you to attach.
There's an mSATA slot as well (which I didn't use). The two USB ports appear to be USB 2.0, unfortunately.
The kit is packed well, with a DC power supply, USA-style 120v 3-prong power cord, and double-boxed. There are NO instructions provided, so you have to know your way around. A VESA mounting plate is included, with standoffs, but I didn't try it. Remember to remove the screws from the BOTTOM of the case to disassemble, not the side screws. My guess is that the top heatsink is bonded to the CPU, so I wouldn't go splitting those halves, and there's no need to.
pfSense supports this machine without any modification or hacks. Load average is almost zero, and temperatures run cool.
The four network interfaces come up as em0 through em3, with sequential MAC addresses (marked LAN1-4 in the same order). They are Intel WG82583 interfaces.
"Intel(R) PRO/1000 Network Connection 7.4.2"
Each port has activity LEDs.
There are two drilled holes for WiFi Antennas, if you add a WiFi (PCIe?) module and antenna wiring.
There is a basic AMI BIOS with both UEFI and CSM modes. It can be configured to power up on AC Power, which is mandatory for a hands-off machine.
Shipping was direct from China, but unusually fast via DHL to California.
All in all, it's a very well-priced powerhouse little router box. Just add RAM, SSD, and your favorite software package to light it up.
Sometime around late July or early August 2016 this product page mysteriously seems to have to changed to the Q190G4 model which has an entirely different processor (3215U) and is only dualcore. This means most of the reviews and questions listed here are for a different product. Also all the advice and links in the questions on getting various things to work like installing ESXI will not be applicable because they were for a different processor.
The Q190G4 might be a fine mini computer system, but you won't be able to tell from these reviews or questions (anything from before at least July 20, 2016 are for the J1900 model). I'm guessing that many like myself bought the J1900 model specifically because it was a quadcore with multi NICs allowing for lots of interesting applications like virtualizing a firewall router. The Q190G4 is less expensive but dropping to dualcore makes it much less useful and no longer a candidate for virtualization. That said for single threaded applications the Q190G4's 3215U processor would probably be as good or better.
**Final Note** I'm not sure whether it's Amazon's or Shenzhen's fault but it's frustrating when a product listed on a page changes creating misleading, useless reviews and question/answers. The Q190G4 dualcore 3215U should have it's own new product page. And we should be able to see the previous J1900 model here still.
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