|Processor||1.6 GHz Celeron N3150|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
ZOTAC ZBOX CI323 nano Fanless Mini PC Intel N3150 CPU Intel HD Graphics Native 4K support Dual Gigabit LAN 802.11ac Wi-Fi Bluetooth (ZBOX-CI323NANO-U)
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- Passively Cooled – Silent Performance
- Intel N3150 Processor (quad-core 1.6 GHz, up to 2.08GHz)
- Triple Display capable
- Native 4K support (H.265, H.264 decode)
- Compact palm-sized
- VESA Mountable
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|Sold By||Amazon.com||MINIX Technology Limited||Amazon.com||MITXPC||ShenZhen Qotom Technology CO., LTD||ShenZhen Qotom Technology CO., LTD|
|RAM Size||0 GB||4 GB||4 GB||2 GB||2 GB||8 GB|
|Processor Series||Celeron N3150||Intel Atom||8032||Intel Atom||Intel Celeron||Intel Celeron|
|Processor Speed||1.6 GHz||1.84 GHz||1.6 GHz||1.86 GHz||1.7 GHz||2.42 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics||—||HD Graphics||Intel GMA 3600||integrated_graphics||integrated_graphics|
|Graphics Description||integrated||—||Integrated||Intel GMA 3600||integrated||integrated|
|Hard-Drive Size||0 GB||32 GB||0 GB||—||0 GB||1 TB|
|Operating System||Windows 7, 8 (64-bit), Windows 10 (32/64-bit)^No||Windows 10||Windows 10 Home 64-bit Edition||None||Windows 8, Linux||Windows 8, Linux|
Enjoy quiet computing in a palm-sized form factor with the ZOTAC ZBOX CI323 nano series Mini PC. The ZOTAC ZBOX CI323 nano series Mini PC features a special passive-cooled chassis that enables fanless cooling to eliminate noise for a peaceful silent experience. A powerful Intel quad-core processor provides the ZOTAC ZBOX CI323 nano series with a comfortable amount of performance for daily web browsing, e-mail checking, productivity and multimedia tasks. Integrated 802.11ac and dual Gigabit Ethernet ensures the ZBOX CI323 nano series has lightning-fast wired and wireless network connectivity.
• 6th Gen Intel Skylake Processor
• Native 4K support
• 802.11ac WiFi & Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity
• Passively cooled (fan-less)
• Silent Performance
• VESA Mountable
• Intel HD Graphics
• Intel N3150 Processor (quad-core 1.6 GHz, up to 2.08 GHz)
HARD DRIVE & MEMORY
• Support 2.5-inch SATA 6.0 Gbps HDD/SSD
• 2 204-pin DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM (up to 8GB)
• HDMI 1.4b (3840x2160 @ 30Hz), HDCP compliant
• DisplayPort 1.1a (3840x2160 @ 30Hz)
• VGA (1920x1080 @ 60Hz)
• Loss-less Bitstream (via HDMI)
• Combo mini-optical S/PDIF / analog stereo output
• Microphone input
• 3-in-1 card reader (SD/SDHC/SDXC)
• 1 x USB 3.0 port, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-C port
• WiFi LED
• Hard drive LED
• Power button
• Wi-Fi antenna connector
• 1 x USB 3.0 port
• 2 x USB 2.0 ports
• 2 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet (RJ45)
• Power connector
• Microsoft¬ Windows 7, 8 64-bit
• Microso¬ft Windows 10 32/64-bit
INSIDE THE BOX
• ZOTAC ZBOX CI323 nano
• Power brick & cable
• VESA monitor mount (w/4 screws)
• Wi-Fi antenna
• Mini-Optical S/PDIF adapter
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I managed to order and get one during the announcement week (CES) from Amazon and it arrived around Jan 11. It’s about the same size as last year’s Z-Boxes (CI-320 520 etc.) but seems a bit heaver and a tad higher (Z-axis) but overall very very similar to last year’s models in size (came in the exact same packaging. Basically other than the port arrangement and changes in number of USB's (less now than last year’s models) but does now include 1- D-sub VGA port and 1 new Type C USB port not yet tested since I don't have anything Type-C, and having 2 Gigabit NIC's - it’s pretty much the same as last years in overall design and configuration. Unscrew the four bottom rubber feet (screws) put in your SSD (Standard SATA type, you’ll need a small headed Philips to lock this down) and up to 8 GB of 1.35V DDR3 SODIMM RAM (into 2 slots total) and your good to go. No messing around with anything to install these items, access is simple once you open it up.
I installed 2 x 4GB for 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD (Crucial MX-100 I had laying around) Installed Windows 10 -DVD Driver is included in BOX - but you’ll need to get it onto a USB stick or use a portable USB DVD player. Don’t know why they stopped supplying drivers on a cheap read-only USB stick as they did last year – but none was in the box I received – hopefully once they crank up production they will reinstate supplying the drivers on USB stick. Once installed (no real issues) Windows 10 is happy – seems fast enough for general home (NOT GAMING) or light office use. Office is fast, IE and Chrome are fast, Firefox, Palemoon and the like a tad slower on startup but fine once open. VLC playback perfect. Happy with speed, reboot times, etc. Have not tested IR or TYPE-C yet – but everything else seems fine. NO unknown devices in Win 10 device manager. Playback of Blu-Ray and sample 4K movie context – all fine and these did not stress out CPU (below 20% during steady playback – without any noticeable frame drops) – Loaded KODI 16 B5 – all seem fine. Playback and use is as to be expected.
Unit is of course completely silent passive cooled, quad core N3150 CPU. All 4 cores show in resource monitor (as expected).
Unit is just a bit warmer than skin temp on external sides of case (as is to be expected I’m guessing about 105 ish) about like the bottom of a standard laptop. CPU runs about 137 F via monitoring tools. SSD was as about 105 F – even during video test playback.
– no issues. I’m happy. Only 4 stars due to lack of drivers supplied via USB (was supplied on DVD only), other than that - it's 5
USED: Crucial 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s (PC3 - 12800) CL11 SODIMM Notebook Memory Modules CT2KIT51264BF160B / CT2CP51264BF160B
No moving parts , disk or fan.
A fraction of the size of that old desktop form which was sitting on it's side in the server room for a small biz.
4x or better performance with dual core Celeron and gigabit Ethernet.
If you are familiar with Linux distro's this little box has 2 HD bays so you can RAID the system if you want as well. In summary a nice little box that can do a lot of other things than just Home Theater! This small biz has it's own internal NAS and I didn't want to install the FreePBX distro on that (Ubuntu Server 14) although I could have ; I just didn't want to deal with it. Check this out if you need a little more horse power than a Raspberry Pi but don't want or need a full blown Dell server.
It does not overheat under typical use conditions. Its power supply is excellent quality (clean DC with very little electrical noise and steady voltage and current).
The product performs well with its snappy yet low consumption CPU. After installing it with 4GB of DRAM and a 128GB SSD it was extensively tested with Windows 10, Linux and pfSense (it eventually became a pfSense network gateway/firewall with many CPU hungry options activated).
All parts of it worked well with all operating systems tested, except for its built-in WiFi which turned out to be unsupported by BSD/pfSense. (It's probably a matter of time to get it working with BSD but it can easily be replaced with a $12 compatible aftermarket version. The original WiFi built-in works well with Windows and Linux)
Definitely a good purchase.
Pros: I have it running ubuntu 16.04 with an ssd and 8gb RAM, and it's flying through some light media center activity (playing mp3s, H246 video) and regular web based tasks (chrome browsing, google apps). So, I'm doing almost everything I wanted to do with it and it is deadly silent.
Possible cons: I tried to put an old copy of windows 7 on here, and the keyboard and mouse work in bios, but stop working once I get into the win7 installer, so I'm still working on that. There is a red LED on the front that is always lit when it's off (turns green when it's on). I'm not sure if that's configurable yet.
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