Intel DN2820FYKH Barebone Desktop (Celeron N2820 2.39GHz, HD Graphics, WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0) £92.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Available at around £99 a couple of weeks ago, the price has taken another drop to below £93. Previous deal (where it achieved 480oC of heat) here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/intel-dn2820fykh-barebone-desktop-celeron-n2820-2-39ghz-hd-graphics-wlan-bluetooth-1931287

It looks ideal for a torrent box or perhaps the basis of a low powered NAS using external drives.

EDIT: Technical specification can be found here: http://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/nuc/nuc-board-dn2820fykh.html

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#1
Not bad OP .. what are the Specs of this Deskrop please ..... thanx. :-)
#2
Be aware, this could be old stock with the 2820 processor, the newest ones, should have the 2830.
banned#3
Just a note; it doesn't include memory and hard disk (or SSD).
#4
that's why it's called
prowla
Just a note; it doesn't include memory and hard disk (or SSD).
that's why it's called' barebones' .

Edited By: stoney73 on Jul 04, 2014 09:10
#5
Could get 4gb ram and a small ssd (128gb m550) could be had for under a ton, making media player for <200 pounds. Question is would this be quite a snappy setup? Use a pi atm and apart from sluggish menus, it plays 8gb MKVs flawlessly. Don't know whether I can justify 200 nuggets for slight improvement on menus. What are your thoughts.
#6
Let down by max of 4Gb RAM, single 2.5" bay. Okay for mounting behind monitor but once external drives, hubs and power supplies are taken into account your paying for miniaturisation that only serves to scatter several boxes on your desktop.
#7
bubblegum2910
Be aware, this could be old stock with the 2820 processor, the newest ones, should have the 2830.
I think both the description, and the model number make it clear it will be a 2820 processor.
#8
zaphodbb
Let down by max of 4Gb RAM, single 2.5" bay. Okay for mounting behind monitor but once external drives, hubs and power supplies are taken into account your paying for miniaturisation that only serves to scatter several boxes on your desktop.
As a these will typically be used for media centre purposes. Why would you need more than 4GB of ram?
My Rasperry Pi copes with XBMC fine and 512MB of the stuff.

Also no reason why some well placed self adhesive Velcro strips couldn't stick the other peripherals behind the monitor.
An All-in-One Desktop would cost much more with no chance to upgrade the bare bones later.
#9
Isn't this the same NUC as posted yesterday for a penny more from Ebuyer? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nuc-bare-pc-92-99-ebuyer-1944776
Not criticising the poster, but prospective buyers will find more info in that thread.
#10
Further info:

Processor

Intel® Celeron® processor N2820
(up to 2.4 GHz dual-core, 1MB cache, 7.5 W TDP)

Memory


1 DDR3L SODIMM
1.35V, 1333/1600 MHz (down clocked to 1066 MHz), 8 GB maximum

Graphics


Intel® HD Graphics (up to 756 MHz)
1 x HDMI* 1.4a

Audio


Up to 7.1 surround audio via HDMI interface
Back panel headphone/microphone jack

Peripheral connectivity


1 x USB 3.0 port on the front panel
2 x USB 2.0 ports on the back panel
Front panel consumer IR sensor

Storage


Internal support for 2.5-inch HDD or SSD

Networking


10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet port
Intel® Wireless-N 7260BN pre-installed, including wireless antennas
(IEEE 802.11bgn, Bluetooth* 4.0, Intel® Wireless Display built-in)

Enclosure


Silver aluminum ring with diamond cut around black top
Dimensions: 116.6mm x 112mm x 51.5mm

Power adapter


12V, 36W wall-mount AC adapter
Multi-country plugs (IEC types A/C/G/I)

Additional features


Intel® Visual BIOS
Intel® Visual Boot Manager
Windows* 8.1 and 8 Logo
Compatible with Linux*
VESA mount bracket (75 x 75mm and 100 x 100mm compatible)
Half-length PCIe* mini-card slot (used by pre-installed wireless card)
Low-acoustics active cooling design
Kensington lock support
3-year advanced warranty replacement

Included in the box


Intel® NUC board DN2820FYB integrated in enclosure
VESA mount bracket, with screws
12V, 36W wall-mount AC adapter with multi-country AC plugs
(IEC types A/C/G/I)
Intel Celeron brand sticker
Integration guide
#11
Oneday77
zaphodbb
Let down by max of 4Gb RAM, single 2.5" bay. Okay for mounting behind monitor but once external drives, hubs and power supplies are taken into account your paying for miniaturisation that only serves to scatter several boxes on your desktop.
As a these will typically be used for media centre purposes. Why would you need more than 4GB of ram?
My Rasperry Pi copes with XBMC fine and 512MB of the stuff.

Also no reason why some well placed self adhesive Velcro strips couldn't stick the other peripherals behind the monitor.
An All-in-One Desktop would cost much more with no chance to upgrade the bare bones later.

Okay, after reading paperLawyers last post I am attracted by the 36W PSU, I want MW CPU in tiny case drawing uW tho! :)
#12
bubblegum2910
Be aware, this could be old stock with the 2820 processor, the newest ones, should have the 2830.

There's not a massive difference in the benchmark results of these. Are there any real-world reasons for getting the n2830 above the 20? e.g. virtualisation benefits or whatever?
1 Like #13
Intel are discretely replacing the 2820 with the 2830 after they decided they couldn't be arsed to fix a bug that affected some users.

Note this Celeron is based on the Bay Trail Atom CPU's rather than Celeron's based on Haswell. Not saying anything bad except they're very low power consuming and not directly comparable to regular desktop type Celerons

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2014/04/24/intel-n2820/1

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 04, 2014 12:05
#14
spannerzone
Intel are discretely replacing the 2820 with the 2830 after they decided they couldn't be arsed to fix a bug that affected some users.

Note this Celeron is based on the Bay Trail Atom CPU's rather than Celeron's based on Haswell. Not saying anything bad except they're very low power consuming and not directly comparable to regular desktop type Celerons

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2014/04/24/intel-n2820/1

Thanks for that. It did seem a bit whiffy, with both processors appearing to offer similar performance. The only difference in the spec I could see was the memory interface being a little faster on the '30.
#15
Don't touch! As stated the processor has a bug. It's really poor that intel are still selling these. Should be recalled really.

Ideal for a low power solutions but I'm waiting until they get through this dodgy stock.
#16
Yeah I might get the 2830 version to make a smart TV pc to replace a cumbersom desktop I have in use and like the idea of tiny, quiet and low consumption device running Windows similar.
1 Like #17
Earlier this week Intel had 6-8 weeks worth of n2820 stock still to shift to sellers before they start with n2830 variant rolling out.

N2820 version: SA H22962-100, H22962-101, and H22962-102
N2830 version: SA H22962-103 and later

Its going to be longer than s6-8 weeks before stock at sellers is not mixed :(


Edited By: Njay on Jul 04, 2014 15:15: typo

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