Intel NUC NUC7PJYH (Black)

Intel NUC NUC7PJYH (Black)

  • Colour: Black
  • Type of chassis: Ultra compact
  • Processor model: Intel Pentium Silver J5005
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3.1 of 5 stars

Based on 3 reviews

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12/10/2019
With two 4gb memory cards and a 250gb ssd, one of my kids got a very space efficient and decent office machine for about 3000, which brought new life to an old screen, mouse and keyboard. is used almost exclusively for homework, roblox, minecraft, netflix and this makes it silent and not noticeably hot. It is also so small that it was allowed to be included in the suitcase on holiday such as Netflix and gaming machine along with an HDMI cable and a mini keyboard.

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17/09/2018
Edited 08/01/2019
Broken - only blue power lamp on constant, and orange wash lamp on constant - nothing on display, nothing nothing. Totally useless! NIX I have not missed ordering the right RAM! This is easy to find by simply trying to start the NUC without memory - it doesn't matter in my case. Incidentally, the fault I have is known. *** Update: Copies number two is broken too - ie two of two that are wrong. Another round of complaint, ****** Update - the last time, there was no new NUC7PJYH - I "upgraded" to NUC8i3 instead, and one can imagine, it worked DIREKT and with both the memory manufacturers I have access to. So it was not at all the memory that was wrong, but hardware failure directly from manufacturing. As a tip: NUC8i3 draws half as much energy into idle as NUC7PJYH - so my upgrade is a step in lower energy consumption, and faster in the bargain.

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28/09/2018
Has two st. Both work perfectly! Run with 2x Crucial 4Gb CT4G4SFS824A sticker that works the cannon. To keep in mind when purchasing Intel's NUC's is to run with validated memories.

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