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A big reason why? Graphics acceleration and other essential features, handled in the past by separate chips or bulky cards, have been subsumed under the CPU. Nowadays, miniaturization is getting to the point where you can't go all that much smaller. You need to leave some space for ports to plug in a thing or two.




where can i buy intel nuc



Intel NUC Rugged is ready for work in tough environments and IoT applications. Drop an Intel NUC Rugged, anywhere you need computing power and intelligence, or embed Intel NUC boards directly into your custom applications.


Moving up into Core i3, i5, and i7 territory is where the NUC gets really interesting. You can pick up the NUC7i7BNKQ, for example, which comes packing an Intel Core i7-7567U processor clocked at 3.5GHz, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 512GB NVMe SSD with Windows 10 installed. Considering the form factor, it's an incredibly powerful machine and would gladly handle even more demanding applications.


Intel NUCs are very widespread and reliable. They are the most common SFF systems and have great support from Intel. I'm running NUCs in my Homelab since 2013, where I bought my first NUC, the DC53427HYE. My NUCs are running 24/7 and I only had one hardware failure. The fan of a NUC6i7KYK (Skull Canyon) died after 7 months of usage. Intel replaced it within 3 days, without any issues. That was 3 years ago and the NUC6i7KYK still runs 24/7.


Tom Fenton has a wealth of hands-on IT experience gained over the past 27 years in a variety of technologies, with the past 20 years focusing on virtualization and storage. He previously worked at VMware as a Senior Course Developer, Solutions Engineer, and in the Competitive Marketing group. He has also worked as a Senior Validation Engineer with The Taneja Group, where he headed the Validation Service Lab and was instrumental in starting up its vSphere Virtual Volumes practice. He's on Twitter @vDoppler


Yes, I updated the BIOS too. But set the power to max performance. The NUC seems pretty fast now ? Sadly, there are many settings in the BIOS where there is no description to be found. Intel's documentation is way behind...


Well, I have my NUC running for 2 days now. Works pretty wel. I have set the power to max performance in the BIOS. However, when I look in esxtop > p, I notice that P-states P0, P1, P2 and P3 are not used. The first used P-state is P4. According to the Pstate Mhz table, this is 1700Mhz, whereas P0 would be 2101Mhz. How can we get P0 to P3 to be active as well? Sadly, I can't post a screenshot here...


See -tip-esxi-7-0-update-3f-now-includes-all-intel-i219-devices-from-community-networking-driver-fling.html and -8-productizes-community-networking-driver-fling-for-esxi.html for the specific details as ESXi 7.x has some aspect of the Networking Fling Driver, but as mentioned already, ESXi 8.x completely productizes the Fling


After all the pre-work that you have done, it is finally at the step where you can install ESXi. Unfortunately, ESXi 7.0 has issues with this CPU generation. You have to disable the uniformity CPU check kernel option. That said, be ready to catch the screen where you can choose to edit the boot option (SHIFT + o). 041b061a72


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