For Sale – Skull Canyon NUC + Other NUCs

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This is up for sale bought from here..

For Sale – Intel NUC8i7HVK NUC w/500Gb Evo 970 and 16Gb DDR

I bought 32gb of RAM as it was needed for the project, so you have an option of 16 or 32gb RAM

£715 with 16gb Ram SOLD

Both prices include postage
Will post pictures later this evening.

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I have an i5 based NUC in a Fanless Tranquil case.
The NUC is a D54250WYK and specs can be found here:

Intel® NUC Kit D54250WYK Product Specifications

Tranquil PC H22 Fanless NUC Chassis

And here is the info about the other parts..

  • I5 Intel Haswell NUC – Intel® Core™ i5-4250U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.60 GHz)
  • Tranquil PC H22 Fanless NUC Chassis (supports additional 2.5″ HDD)
  • 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 2133MHz SO-DIMM Low-voltage 1.35V laptop memory kit (1x 8GB) CL11
  • Samsung 840 EVO 120GB mSATA Solid State Drive
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth card
  • Windows 10 Home License (ESD)


History: I bought this off someone here and it originally had 16GB of RAM, but on arrival it didn’t recognise the full 16GB of RAM.
I removed the memory one by one and found that it wasn’t recognising one of the slots, so removed the RAM and have been using it with 8GB ever since.

I have been using this mainly for occasional use to run Windows 10 for my indoor gym bike as part of a virtual indoor bike trainer (connected to a large TV)

Maybe 3 months ago I have swapped this with an Apple TV (it was a pain to use with a remote keyboard etc) and since then have been using it for running VMWare (it’s running 6.7 currently off a USB stick)

I now have some i7 NUCs and this isn’t needed anymore. Obviously this is now limited to 8GB of RAM which may or may not be an issue. The unit has never missed a beat.

With the fanless case it is not massively heavy, but will not be super cheap to post.

With this in mind I’d be looking for £100 for the unit including postage.

No box, just the NUC, PSU and HDMI cable.

It uses a mini HDMI which I can throw in a cable.


— selling “sold as discussed in thread” —
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INTEL NUC NUC5CPYH

Spec:

INTEL NUC NUC5CPYH
– Celeron N3050 @ 1.6GHz
– 8GB DDR3L
– 80GB internal 7200rpm 2.5″ SATA drive
– VGA (HDB15) & HDMI 1.4b
– 4 USB3 & SDXC
– Windows 10 Home License (ESD)

Full specs at:


Intel® NUC Kit NUC5CPYH

In good condition and all works as expected. It has a small internal fan, but CPU is only 6W so very quiet (almost silent). Sorry no box, just the NUC and PSU.

Looking for around £95 including delivery.

— moved to Ebay —
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Intel i7 nuc Skull Canyon,
32gb RAM
250GB V-Nand 970 EVO SSD

Warranty until September 2020 via
Warranty Information
Note that I have had a shuffle around as have three of these and now only require one, so two are for sale. The previously mentioned one with damaged screws I am keeping as it doesn’t bother me.

This one has no issues at all and comes with Windows 10 Pro installed (licensed via ESD). If you need to reload (using Microsoft’s media creation tool and a USB stick) it will re-licence when it connects to the internet.

Sold as just the NUC and Power Supply, sorry no box but will be very well packed.

For a complete technical specification please see:

Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK Product Specifications

£525 including P&P

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Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG or BT
Location: BRISTOL
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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