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Intel NUC Kit DCCP847DYE Intel QS77 2 x 204Pin Celeron 847 1.1GHz

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  • Intel Celeron 847 1.1GHz, 2MB L3 Cache
  • Intel HD Graphics 4000, Dual HDMI ports
  • 2 x 204Pin Dual Channel DDR3 1066/1333 MHz

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The Shape that Fits the Future.

Think you know what small can do? Think again.

Incorporating performance, function and power efficiency into a petite, stylish enclosure, the Intel BOXDCCP847DYE Next Unit of Computing (NUC) redefines your impression on what the small can do. It’s one thing to power your digital display and surf web smoothly. It’s another to do all that and more with a miniscule, intelligent powerhouse of a computing device. At a diminutive 4"x4" form factor and equipped with the power-efficient Intel processor, the BOXDCCP847DYE delivers stunning visuals and responsive performance from a pocket sized solution. Get a difference in performance you can truly see and feel.

  • newegg FAST PROCE SSING Intel Celeron Processor 847 featuring dual processing cores delivers suffiicent computing performance to breeze through you daily tasks such as email, web surfing, spreadsheet and video playback.
  • newegg Intel Desktop Board Inside The board features dual HDMI ports to offer dual display capabilities along with three USB ports and an Intel Gigabit Ethernet adapter to provide expandability and scale unseen in this form factor. Dual mini-PCIe slots also ensure flexible support for wireless and SSD configurations. Two SO-DIMMs for expandability up to 16GB of memory ensures that you don’t miss out on anything.
  • newegg BIOS VAULT TECHNOLOGY Virtually incorruptible BIOS that provides fault-tolerant and secure firmware operating and upgrade environments.
  • newegg FAST BOOT TECHNOLOGY Speed through system boot times and eliminate unnecessary delays. From power off to desktop in seconds.
  • newegg INTEL VISUAL BIOS The new Intel Visual BIOS offers graphical interface and animated controls which allow you to configure settings faster and take full advantage of your Intel -K processors. Core, Graphics and Memory over clocking is made easy by use of sliders and pre-programmed settings.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • 6/8/2015 8:47:35 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot impressed

Pros: Decent price, dual HDMI, PXE boot seems to work fine.

Cons: Does not come with a power cable. Worst idea ever.... Whey you open the box, it plays the Intel tune, like a greeting card. Keep the fancy box and music player. Give me the $1.00 power cable. Very poor support for mSATA drives. Will not recognize any of the mSATA drives I have in the BIOS. There are all good working mSATA drives. I will be sending this unit back.

Other Thoughts: I am more impressed with the JetWay model that is cheaper than this one.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

  • 61972sdmc
  • 1/28/2015 5:31:19 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent. No problems.

Pros: This has been more than adequate for my current set up. I have it as my HTPC that has a dual boot setup with Linux Mint 17.1 and KODIbuntu (Helix). I also use it as a Plex media server to my Roku3 setup in KODIbuntu. I have it connected to a WD MBL where my movies are stored and is able to play the movies through Mint and Kodi. I was able to use OpenELEC from a bootable thumbdrive and 2GB RAM before installing ~120GB SSD without any problems. Movies are streamed from MBL into Kodi as mp4, m4v, and mkv with 5.1 surround and LFE. I also added a wireless Logitech HTPC keyboard to use Chromium in Mint to complete an on-line college course.

Cons: Given that a barebones system requires tweaking, the biggest and most difficult thing to setup was the output sound from HDMI. I have it connected to my Sony receiver using HDMI and was not able to get DD 5.1 / LFE to output and display on my receiver from my MBL that I know are encoded for DD 5.1 / LFE. The NUC was able to send the audio when I was running OpenELEC, but not when I installed Mint 16. Once I had dual boot Mint 17.1 and KODIbuntu installed, only 2.0 could be setup on Mint regardless of trying various audio setups in Mint. According to an Intel tech support forum, sound is output through HDMI from the NUC as 2.0. I, eventually, set my TV and receiver as passthrough to get the DD 5.1 / LFE from my streamed MBL. I am not sure which passthrough setup was necessary as I was satisfied with the final result, I left it as it was. Take home point is that the NUC is able to stream DD 5.1 / LFE from my MBL.

Other Thoughts: Very satisfied for my HTPC setup. There are i3 through i7 NUCs available, but this specific NUC is more than capable.

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  • N/A
  • 12/22/2014 9:46:01 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome!!

Pros: I love this little thing! Well, my grandma mostly. I got this little guy for her running Xubuntu 14.04. I love it because of it's size, it has the BEST BOX EVER (not even exaggerating, but this is subjective), it's silent, and very minimalistic. It was easy to install Linux too. No hassles, just install. Hardware installation was uber easy too and straight-forward.

Cons: No 3 prong power? Really? It'd probably cost you $0.30 and you could just charge us an extra $1-$2.

Other Thoughts: Aside from them leaving out a power cable, which, is silly, I love this little guy and I'll see about buying another. Perhaps doing an i3, it could make a great steam box for streaming games from my big rig and be a great media center for Netflix and such.

For day to day tasks, running lightweight Linux, probably any Linux, it works like a dream. This thing hardly stutters for just being a daily computer for the average user

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  • Juic
  • 9/2/2014 12:35:43 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat HTPC Option

Pros: Dual HDMI output
Quite under load
Great for XBMC(XBMCbuntu, Openelec, etc.)
Also great for Linux
Cheaper than building a comparable mini-itx system

Cons: None really. It doesn't come with the power cord, but that's nothing major.

Other Thoughts: I bought this to replace my Raspberry Pis that I had setup in my living room and my bedroom. I installed XBMCbuntu, and the dual HDMI output worked instantly. I wanted to customize the audio, because I have surround sound in my living room, but only the tv speakers in my bedroom. So I found a dual audio patch for XBMC that did just that, and it works perfectly now.

I have also installed uTorrent, setup SMB and NFS shares all running in the background. Even with all that running, the machine runs perfectly and handles 1080p surround sound media with no problems.

I bought 8GB of G.Skill RAM, which now I know is over kill. I would recommend 4GB for anyone that is using this for XBMC mainly.

I also bought a 32GB mSATA SSD, but you can run XBMCbuntu(or Openelec) off of a fast USB stick and you'll be fine.

Lastly, I bought a USB3 Seagate 4TB external hard drive that I use to store all my media files.

I love this setup. It takes up hardly any space (less than any of my game consoles), is quite, and has low power consumption. The dual HDMI is perfect for displaying XBMC on two different TVs, and there is still enough CPU power to run services in the background. For about 350 bucks total, I couldn't have built a setup like this if I went with a mini-ITX setup.

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  • 4/10/2014 9:54:53 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat box for the price

Pros: -Cheap!
-LOW POWER! (9.25W @idle,~ 30W @100% CPU)

Cons: -Lacking processing power

Other Thoughts: I bought this to set up a windows 8 box running hyper-v with a virtual linux server. This is only for personal use. This box does everything great, until you throw some real work at it. That's when it falls flat on its face. Windows update constantly hangs because it just doesn't have enough processing power. It's just slow, and you must be patient. But hey, this is a Celeron processor, so for the price, this is awesome. I figure I can just upgrade the machine to a better one, if I ever need more processing power. Easy swap of msata drive and memory into new box.

I put a Mushkin Atlas 120GB msata SSD along with 8GB of Corsair value memory. Windows 8 takes less than 9 seconds to boot.

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  • N/A
  • 2/17/2014 11:40:13 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFantastic Kit for Openelec

Pros: Quiet, plenty fast as an HTPC. Combined with an mSata drive, runs Openelec lightning fast. Have had no issues playing everything I've thrown at hit. Very happy with my purchase. Highly recommend!

Cons: No so far

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  • Rustyman
  • 12/10/2013 6:23:51 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Small and easy to install. Great as a HTPC. Works Flawlessly on Linux Mint 15. Plays 1080p Video with ease.

Cons: First Installed Windows 7 and XBMC on the NUC. A lot of videos played well with the exception of VC-1 encoded videos. They were unplayable. After doing research found that it was the Intel Drivers for Windows. If you turned off the Video Acceleration (DXVA2) in XBMC, Video playback would work well. The problem is 1080p playback had some issues, although it played 720p just fine. I removed an egg because of Intel's lack of support on their own graphics card for windows.

Other Thoughts: I found out that the drivers for Linux worked flawlessly. So I decided to wipe the drive and put Linux on the NUC. After Installing Linux and intel graphics drivers the system worked extremely well and felt even faster.

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  • N/A
  • 11/24/2013 3:35:37 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for HDTV

Pros: Small, quite, powerful to decode ANY HD video - 720p, 1080p, Blu Ray, 3D frame packed Blu Ray., HD audio pass through over HDMI c apable,

Cons: Only three UBS ports, if you need more - get a hub.
No power cord, however it is a barebone, you need to get your memory, msata hdd and mouse/keyboard remote separately as well.

Other Thoughts: Do not be fooled by 1.1Ghz Celeron 847 processor. It plays very little role while watching a movie. Intel HD 4000 video processor is super powerful and can decode anything. Just get appropriate software with hardware decoding enabled - Power DVD, CCCP codec pack or similar.

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  • Elranzer
  • 9/29/2013 2:09:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect for Certain Uses

Pros: For the size and price, this little thing can pack a punch and fit anywhere. It's great for kiosk devices (what I use it for at work) as well as a small computer for the casual PC user.

Once you buy all of the items you need to build one of these, Windows 7 boots extremely fast on this. The drivers can be easily found on Intel's website. Update the BIOS right away, though, the out-of-box version sucks.

Celeron with Intel HD 4000 these days easily outperforms the AMD Fusion series.

i3 and i5 versions are available with additional features in addition to the higher-speed processor (USB3, Thunder Bolt, better HD 4000 series GPU).

Cons: Does not include power cable, although it does include the power supply. You need to buy the 3-prong power cable, sometimes called the "Mickey Mouse" power cable.

GPU is not upgradeable. This goes for all NUC models. Like a laptop, you're stuck with what's out of the box, in this case it's the Intel HD 4000 series (more powerful based on which CPU you chose).

No audio port (headphones, speakers). The audio only comes out of the HDMI port. You'll have to invest in a USB sound card or stick with an HDMI solution for audio.

Gets hot if not ventilated well enough.

Out of the box, comes with a problematic BIOS (drivers may not recognize devices). Update the BIOS right away.

Other Thoughts: The box includes: NUC case, CPU, motherboard, power supply (no cable), instructions, Intel CPU sticker.

Internally, you have the following ports: 2x DDR3 SO-DIMM, 1x miniPCIe (full length), 1x mini-PCIe (half-length). It also has two WiFi antennas pre-installed in case you buy a WiFi card.

You need to buy at least 3 additional items to make this functional: RAM (DDR3 SO-DIMM), mSATA SSD (uses full length mini-PCIe slot) and the 3-prong power cable (aka "Mickey Mouse" power cable).

Additional items you might want to consider are: half-length mini-PCIe WiFi card (it includes two antennas internally), USB sound card, USB hub (powered).

This is not a desktop replacement for power users. Look into the i3 or i5 models for that. But it can be a desktop replacement for the casual user, and makes a good kiosk device and rudimentary HTPC.

9 out of 10 people found this review helpful. Did you? Yes No

  • HDvideo fan
  • 9/14/2013 4:29:35 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood enough

Pros: I was planning to build an HTPC for my house, I found this Nuc perfect for the job because of its low price and form factor.

I can stream without any troubles HD videos and Full HD videos through my WLAN.

With an SSD a 4GB its pretty responsive.

Cons: There are no USB 3.0 ports.

You have to buy ram, SSD and Wireless card in order for the nuc to work.

Its really weird that they invest money in a box that makes an intel sound when you open it but they don´t include a power cable

Other Thoughts: If you are planning on watching HD video y recommend VLC player o XBMC. Ive found I can play HD videos very nicely while mantaining the processor cool.

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