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00:47 – Hardware overview
02:19 – Ports and Connectors
03:10 – USB-C port
03:48 – USB-C is data only
04:16 – Performance: YouTube
04:40 – Performance: Web Browsing
04:53 – Benchmark: Speedometer test
05:14 – Performance: Microsoft Word / Office
05:34 – Gaming: Rocket League
06:01 – Install RAM in pairs for best performance
06:33 – Gaming: Counter Strike GO
07:03 – Gaming: Minecraft
07:21 – Benchmark: 3DMark Cloudgate
08:06 – Thermals
09:08 – Kodi and home theater
10:15 – Linux & Alternative Operating Systems
11:06 – Conclusion and Final thoughts
I like that this computer has a full power mobile i3/i5/i7 processor yet can run fanless. This is not a power sipping Core M but a decently powered device. My review unit came with an i5-7200U processor that we’ve seen in many laptops this year. All of those laptops had a fan, this mini PC doesn’t.
Surprisingly it’s able to keep itself cool even under heavy load. We did not see any significant throttling or performance issues with it.
This will make a decent general purpose computer and should do equally well as a HTPC for home theater use.
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