Onda M3 barebones mini-PC (socket 1150)?

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you2

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My gigabyte nuc runs at 80C (processor) when they are pegged. I've been told by all sources it is normal. I would expect that thing on this system to run a bit cooler simply because of the processor type but to be honest the processor will auto-shutdown if it overheats (unless they disabled that feature). The board should have been able to taken the heat; the first thing that is likely to fail is the ssd.
 
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XavierMace

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Just because it's not hitting the immediate shutdown temp doesn't mean running it constantly at that level isn't going to shorten it's life span.
 

Iluminatus23

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Hello!
Does anyone have problems with the standby mode? I can only enter the S1 Standby Mode. Within this the fan runs an the power consumption is about 10W...
I made a fresh install but all the drivers are up to date.
Thanks for your help!
 

daxzy

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What do people feel is currently the best value?

Building a thin-ITX system?
Buying a barebones thin-ITX?

Wow these things are small. The Lenovo M93p looks gigantic in comparison to that Silverstone case.
 
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What do people feel is currently the best value?

Building a thin-ITX system?
Buying a barebones thin-ITX?

Wow these things are small. The Lenovo M93p looks gigantic in comparison to that Silverstone case.
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/desktops/thinkcentre/m-series-tiny/m93-m93p#tab-tech_specs (MP93p, H x W x D (in): 7 x 1.35 x 7.17)

Silverstone PT13B thin mini-itx case from post #10: 186mm (W) x 42mm (H) x 181mm (D) = 7.3" x 1.66" x 7.12"

^^^^ So the Silverstone case is actually a big larger than the M93p tiny, but can take processors greater than 35W.

P.S. One advantage to a DIY thin mini-itx, would be a Fanless 35W. See Akasa Euler (fanless heatsink case). However, keep in mind it is a bit larger than either than M93p or the PT13B @ 228 x 187 x 61.5mm = 8.97" x 7.36" x 2.4"
 

daxzy

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Getting a little off topic, but another option are the newer Lenovo M700 Tiny's. I see some completed auctions on eBay for $350ish that include a Skylake i5-6500T, 8GB, 256GB M2 SSD. Doesn't seem that bad of a price.
 
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Not sure why, but I kind of dig the aesthetics of the case.
 
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