Zotac ID18 barebones nettop PC (Celeron 1007U) £92.83 (free delivery) Ballicom through Amazon
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Zotac ID18 barebones nettop PC (Celeron 1007U) £92.83 (free delivery) Ballicom through Amazon

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Found 8th Oct 2014
This is a barebones nettop PC, in addition it requires memory (2 x 204-pin SODIMM up to 16GB), a laptop harddisc / SSD, and an operating system. It has a Celeron 1007U CPU which scores 1450 CPU marks on CPUBenchMark which is very good for this level of PC.

cpubenchmark.net/cpu…GHz

Though no OS is included it comes with a Windows 7 / 8 driver disc.
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I'd be tempted to wait for Zotac's new BI320 which has a newer version of this celeron which, notably, comes with quicksync.
Is the CPU good enough to stream games via Steam. The actually game will be running on the main PC and this will be connected to TV.
Any ideas how much 16jig ram would cost for this?
Should be good enough to stream games, I use it to stream Sky Go and it's perfect.

As for memory it will cost about £110 - £120 to put 2 x 8GB in it.
peaceoff

Any ideas how much 16jig ram would cost for this?



£107.28
skykid3

£107.28



That deserves posting righT?
4GB will be plenty.
wide

That deserves posting righT?



thought it was average price?
This CPU seems much better in the benchemark than the Celeron 2820 that is in intel's similar priced NUC
over £250 for a system without monitor?

better off buying a ready made one.
Is this a better buy than the NUC
skykid3

thought it was average price?



I don't follow SODIMMs but that's good for 16GB of "normal" RAM. Idk, maybe RAM's not as bad as it was.
latok

over £250 for a system without monitor? better off buying a ready made … over £250 for a system without monitor? better off buying a ready made one.



Depends on what you're after, many will bolt this onto their LCD TV and use as a media device so no additional monitor needs purchasing, some may have SSD, OS and memory from other builds etc.

If you're building from scratch then you may be better off buying a ready built one but can you get this tiny PC ready built for £250?
Will this barebone (with 4GB RAM, normal HDD, OpenELEC) be better as a home media player than MiniX NEO X8-H or incoming MiniX NEO Z64?
smigol

Will this barebone (with 4GB RAM, normal HDD, OpenELEC) be better as a … Will this barebone (with 4GB RAM, normal HDD, OpenELEC) be better as a home media player than MiniX NEO X8-H or incoming MiniX NEO Z64?



It's a substantially faster CPU, it's also a substantially more power hungry one (relatively speaking). Which is better?
Do you think it would be capable of playing Minecraft and Terreria?

Or would i satill be better with the A4-4000 deal posted earlier?

carl19692

Do you think it would be capable of playing Minecraft and Terreria?Or … Do you think it would be capable of playing Minecraft and Terreria?Or would i satill be better with the A4-4000 deal posted earlier?



yes it will play both, do a search on google for "Intel Celeron 1007U terraria" & "Intel Celeron 1007U minecraft"
available HERE for £89.74 inc VAT (Free Delivery)
if I wanted to add an IR receiver and use this device with openelec -what is the best ir receiver to use?
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