Wednesday, June 19, 2013

READY....SET.....GO....

Although not Haswell, my "Rend Lake" NUC arrived today courtesy of logic supply.  Thank you for your patience.  A full guide is coming, but will now include a Core i5 system!

8 comments:

  1. Yes, this is what I want to see!

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  2. Some online specs about NUC mention that they can be run on 12v DC. It would be great if you could test the NUC on 12V see if it can be run directly from the native PSU. On a side note I have found a way of procuring the JAE connector and am working on findind a place that can do short runs of custom connectors. I am hoping we can get a JAE to HDMI with a 5V out to kick start the PSU 24v out.

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  3. Can't wait to see it! You have done a really great job here:)

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  4. is the NUC i3/5 more powerful than the mac mini core2duo @2ghz and 8gb ram + SSD?

    thanks

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  5. Hey Dremel Junkie, just wanted to say I've read through most of the posts on your blog and what you have here is some seriously impressive stuff. I've always admired the look of the iMac G4 and I hope to someday complete a 20" mod. As such, I'm seriously looking forward to reading your upcoming guide, especially in regards to how you made use of the original power supply with all the connections to the monitor and NUC. Thanks again!

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  6. Still checking every few days on the NUC manual. Go ahead and put a tip jar on the site and I'd gladly chip in. Thanks!

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  7. hi there ,actually a question ,please i have i mac g4 and have been following your mods ,id like to know if i can buy a benq monitor with hdmi and if it will work with a macmini to mod with the imac ?do you think it would be functional id like to use the arm of the imac??please reply ty

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