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Intel roadmap includes faster Optane SSDs, 144-layer NAND

Intel laid out a sweeping storage roadmap that includes ultrafast second-generation Optane solid-state drives and persistent memory modules and denser fourth-generation 144-layer 3D NAND flash in 2020.

The new Optane drives and modules revealed last week are built on 3D XPoint technology, a new type of non-volatile memory (NVM) that Intel developed with Micron. Intel launched its Optane Data Center (DC) SSDs in 2017 and followed with DC persistent memory (DCPM) modules this year, claiming they fill the performance gap between DRAM and NAND flash.

One upcoming new Intel technology that will target enterprises with high-performance needs is the Optane DC SSD, code-named “Alder Stream.” Single-port Alder Stream SSDs are expected in 2020. Intel claimed mixed-workload testing showed Alder Stream SSDs can sustain an average read I/O latency of about 10 microseconds (μs) up to a load of at least 800,000 IOPS.

“We’re not ready to say exactly how far” the IOPS could go, said Frank Hady, fellow and chief Optane system architect.

Optane vs. NAND flash performance

By contrast, Intel’s testing with its DC P4610 NAND SSD showed latency starting at about 80 μs to 100 μs and gradually rising as the IOPS increases, until contention for shared resources saturates the drive at about 300,000 IOPS to 350,000 IOPS. The first-generation DC P4800X Optane SSD starts at about 10 us of latency and reaches saturation at about 500,000 IOPS, at which point the latency shoots up steeply.

“With Alder Stream, they’re going to be able to put a whole lot more traffic into the SSD before the latency hits a brick wall,” said Jim Handy, general director and semiconductor analyst at Objective Analysis.

Although Handy views Alder Stream as an important development, he predicted that Intel’s Optane DC persistent memory modules will ultimately prove more popular than the Optane SSDs. He said the memory modules deliver considerably higher performance at roughly the same cost, so users comparing the two options will flock to Optane DCPM.

The next upgrade to Optane DC persistent memory, code named “Barlow Pass,” will fall in line with the next generation of Intel’s Xeon processors, which are code named “Cooper Lake” and “Ice Lake.” The roadmap that Intel laid out also shows third- and fourth-generation Optane DC persistent memory and SSDs coinciding with its Sapphire Rapids and future Xeon processors.

Optane persistent memory workloads

Workloads that early adopters target with the Optane DC persistent memory include databases, artificial intelligence, analytics, virtual infrastructure and storage, according to Kristie Mann, senior director of product management for Intel’s NVM solutions. 

More than 200 proofs of concept are in progress with enterprise, cloud and communications service providers, including Argonne National Laboratory, T-Systems and Verizon, according to an Intel spokesperson.

Intel claims major OEMs, software vendors and cloud service providers are developing products and services using Optane DC persistent memory. They include Alibaba, Cisco, Dell EMC, Google, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft, NetApp, Oracle, SAP and SAS.

“The large number of OEMs give credibility that Optane will live on as a key NVM component into the future,” said Jeff Kato, a senior analyst and consultant at Taneja Group. “It’s important, because IT can start to purchase Optane and know they will not be abandoned in the future.”

Intel recently opened a new technology development facility in Rio Rancho, New Mexico but has yet to disclose its high volume manufacturing plans. Intel and Micron ended their joint development of 3D XPoint, but Intel continues to receive supply from Micron.

Optane DC persistent memory is primarily used in servers now, but Intel claimed it would soon be coming to workstations for content creators and others who deal with large data sets. Optane DCPM could deliver up to 3 TB per CPU and 6 TB per client workstation, according to David Lundell, senior director of client SSD strategic planning in Intel’s NVM solutions group.

144-layer 3D NAND

Flash technologies on the horizon include 144-layer 3D NAND SSDs, code named “Arbordale +”, that Intel plans to ship as quadruple-level cell (QLC) before following with the less dense triple-level cell (TLC) NAND. Intel claimed its floating gate technology provides an advantage in terms of read accuracy and data retention over the charge trap technology that other manufacturers use.

Intel’s Hady said the floating gate technology would be extensible to five bits per cell, also known as penta-level cell (PLC) NAND, to further increase density and lower costs over QLC NAND.

During the Flash Memory Summit in August, Toshiba and Western Digital also discussed their exploration of PLC NAND and the challenges associated with developing it. Toshiba indicated its development work includes both charge trap and floating gate technologies.

“The main challenge in multi-bit designs is generating and maintaining narrow voltage threshold distributions. If the distributions overlap, then you cannot differentiate the original value, leading to bit errors,” said Doug Wong, a member of the technical staff of Toshiba Memory America’s Memory Business Unit.

Toshiba’s Wong said lower endurance and/or data retention time would make PLC best suited to read-intensive workloads in colder storage applications. Toshiba, Western Digital and Intel have not laid out time frames for PLC.

“I’m not going to hold my breath,” Handy said. “QLC is just starting to become big now, and it was first introduced in 2006. So maybe in another 13 years, PLC will become big.”

Greg Wong, founder and principal analyst at Forward Insights, said cloud providers will drive QLC adoption to increase significantly next year, and enterprises will follow in 2021 and 2022. Enterprise QLC use cases include content delivery networks, analytics, databases and machine learning, he said.

Kato expects vendors to push QLC as a flash-based capacity tier that could replace slower hard disk drives. He envisions uses cases in high-performance archive applications or entry-level storage.

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For Sale – Apple iMac 27″ 5K Late 2015 (i7, 16GB, SSD)

First time selling here on AvForums, hope everything is laid out as it’s meant to be. So here goes:

Selling my iMac 27 inch 5K Late 2015 model. Reason for sale is that I found work outside the UK and I’d rather sell this than going through the hassle of transporting it. If it doesn’t sell by the 15th of September I’ll archive this thread and make arrangements to take it with me. Price is non negotiable, I’ve priced this so it sells fast. If it doesn’t, like said I’ll pack it up and take it with me. Overall the iMac is in mint condition. There is one hairline scratch on the bottom of the frame which shows only when light is directed towards that area. Apart from that, I can’t see any scratches on the aluminium frame but there might be hairlines scratches on the base of it and some very small ones here and there but I just checked and can’t see anything else.

Specs:

27 inch 5K Retina screen – No faults, no dead pixels, no scratches.
CPU: i7 6700K at 4ghz.
Memory: 16GB (2X8gb) DDR3L 1866mhz
HD: Apple proprietary 512GB SSD (Apple SMO512G), faster than your average SSD, google it.
GPU (Graphics card): AMD Radeon R9 M395X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.
Comes with Apple wireless keyboard and Apple trackpad.

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For Sale – Apple iMac 27″ 5K Late 2015 (i7, 16GB, SSD)

First time selling here on AvForums, hope everything is laid out as it’s meant to be. So here goes:

Selling my iMac 27 inch 5K Late 2015 model. Reason for sale is that I found work outside the UK and I’d rather sell this than going through the hassle of transporting it. If it doesn’t sell by the 15th of September I’ll archive this thread and make arrangements to take it with me. Price is non negotiable, I’ve priced this so it sells fast. If it doesn’t, like said I’ll pack it up and take it with me. Overall the iMac is in mint condition. There is one hairline scratch on the bottom of the frame which shows only when light is directed towards that area. Apart from that, I can’t see any scratches on the aluminium frame but there might be hairlines scratches on the base of it and some very small ones here and there but I just checked and can’t see anything else.

Specs:

27 inch 5K Retina screen – No faults, no dead pixels, no scratches.
CPU: i7 6700K at 4ghz.
Memory: 16GB (2X8gb) DDR3L 1866mhz
HD: Apple proprietary 512GB SSD (Apple SMO512G), faster than your average SSD, google it.
GPU (Graphics card): AMD Radeon R9 M395X with 4GB of GDDR5 memory.
Comes with Apple wireless keyboard and Apple trackpad.

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NAND flash manufacturers showcase new technologies

NAND flash manufacturers laid out their roadmaps for next-generation products and architectures at the 2018 Flash Memory Summit this month.

As expected, Intel, Micron, SK Hynix and Toshiba talked up 3D NAND flash chips that can store four bits of data per cell, known as quadruple-level cell (QLC). They also spotlighted their 96-layer 3D NAND and outlined roadmaps that extend to 128 layers and beyond to further boost density.

NAND flash manufacturers introduced new efforts to speed performance, raise density and lower costs. Toshiba launched a low-latency option called XL-Flash. Chinese startup Yangtze Memory Technologies Co. (YMTC) hopes to catch up to the flash chip incumbents with its “Xtacking” architecture that can potentially increase performance and bit density. And South Korea-based chipmaker SK Hynix harbors similar aspirations with its so-called “4D NAND” flash that industry experts say is a misnomer.

Key NAND flash manufacturer Samsung was notably absent from the Flash Memory Summit keynotes, a year after discussing its Z-NAND technology at the conference. Z-NAND is another attempt to reduce costs by shifting periphery logic to a place that doesn’t take up space on the flash chip, said Jim Handy, general director and semiconductor analyst at Objective Analysis.

Here are some of the new technologies that NAND flash manufacturers showcased at last week’s Flash Memory Summit:

Toshiba’s XL-Flash

Toshiba’s XL-Flash is based on the company’s single-level cell (SLC) 3D NAND bit column stacked (BiCS) technology and enables optimization for multi-level cell (MLC) flash. The XL stands for excellent latency, according to Shigeo (Jeff) Ohshima, a technology executive in SSD application engineering at Toshiba Memory Corporation.

Ohshima said XL-Flash requires no additional process and is fully compatible with conventional flash in terms of the command protocol and interface. The read latency of XL-Flash could be 10 times faster than conventional TLC flash devices, according to Ohshima.

He said the company has “a lot of room” to do more with its current 3D NAND BiCS flash technology before new nonvolatile memories such as resistive RAM (ReRAM), magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM), and phase change memory ramp up in volume and become dominant.

“So it ain’t over ’til it’s over,” Ohshima said.

Ohshima said a combination of XL-Flash and denser QLC flash could handle a broad range of application workloads and improve overall system performance over the classic storage architecture of DRAM and HDDs. He noted the performance gap between XL-Flash and QLC flash is considerably smaller than the differential between DRAM and HDDs. And, although XL-Flash is slower than DRAM, it costs less and offers higher capacity.

Industry analysts view Toshiba’s XL-Flash and Samsung’s Z-NAND as a low-latency, flash-based response to 3D XPoint memory technology that Intel and Micron co-developed. Intel last year began shipping 3D XPoint-based SSDs under the brand name Optane, and this year started sampling persistent memory modules that use the 3D XPoint technology. Micron has yet to release products based on 3D XPoint.

David Floyer, CTO and co-founder of Wikibon, said Toshiba’s XL-Flash and Samsung’s Z-NAND will never quite reach the performance of Optane SSDs, but they’ll get “pretty close” and won’t cost anywhere near as much.

Handy expects XL-Flash and Z-NAND to read data at a similar speed to Optane, but he said they “will still be plagued by the extraordinarily slow write cycle that NAND flash is stuck with because of quantum mechanics.”

Startup takes on incumbent NAND flash manufacturers

YMTC hopes to challenge established NAND flash manufacturers with Xtacking. YMTC claims the new architecture can improve efficiency and I/O speed, reduce die size and increase bit density, and shorten development time.

“It really takes courage to go down that path because we know that it’s not easy to make that technology work,” YMTC CEO Simon Yang said.

Unlike conventional NAND, Xtacking separates the processing between the flash cell array and the periphery circuitry, or logic, onto different wafers. The startup claimed the high-voltage transistors that conventional NAND typically uses for the periphery circuit limit NAND I/O speed. YMTC claims Xtacking permits the use of lower voltage transistors that can enable higher I/O and more advanced functions, according to YMTC.

“We really can match the DDR4 I/O speed without any limitation,” Yang said.

Yang said results have been encouraging. He said the flash chip yield is increasing, and the reliability of the memory bits through cycling looks positive. YMTC plans to introduce samples of the new Xtacking-based flash technology into the market early next year, Yang said.

“Hopefully, we can catch up with our friends and contribute to this industry,” Yang said.

YMTC started 3D NAND development in 2014 with a nine-layer test chip and later co-developed a 32-layer test chip with Spansion, which merged with Cypress Semiconductor. YMTC moved the chip into production late last year, but Yang said the company held back on volume ramp-up because the first-generation product was not cost competitive.

“We are very much profit-driven,” Yang said. He later added, “We only want to ramp into volume when it’s cost competitive.”

Handy expressed skepticism that YMTC will be able to meet its cost target, but he said YMTC’s Xtacking efforts might help the company to get to market faster.

SK Hynix 4D NAND flash

SK Hynix came up with a new name to describe its latest NAND flash technology. The company said its “4D NAND” puts the periphery circuitry under the charge-trap-flash-based 3D NAND cell array to reduce chip size, cut the number of process steps and lower overall cost over conventional NAND, in which the periphery circuitry is generally alongside the NAND cell.

But, industry analysts say 4D NAND is merely a catchy marketing term and the approach not unique.

“YMTC is stacking a chip on top of the other, whereas Hynix is putting the logic on the same bit but just building it underneath,” Handy said. “The cost of the chip is a function of how big the die is, and if you tuck things underneath other things, you make the die smaller. What Hynix is doing is a good thing, but I wouldn’t call it an innovation because of the fact that it’s the mainstream product for Intel and Micron.”

Intel and Micron have touted their CMOS under the array (CuA) technology in both their 64-layer QLC and 96-layer TLC flash technologies that they claim reduces die sizes and improves performance over competitive approaches. Handy said Samsung has also discussed putting the logic under the flash chip.

Hyun Ahn, senior vice president of NAND development and business strategy at SK Hynix, said his company’s charge-trap-based 4D NAND roadmap starts at 96 layers with a roadmap that extends to 128 layers and beyond using the same platform.

The first SK Hynix 4D NAND technology will begin sampling in the fourth quarter with 96 stacks of NAND cell, I/O speed of 1.2 Gbps per pin, and a mobile package of 11.5 by 12 mm. The chip size is 30% smaller, and 4D NAND can replace two 256 Gb chips with similar performance, according to SK Hynix.

The new SK Hynix 512 Gb triple-level cell (TLC) 4D NAND improves write performance by 30% and read performance by 25% over the company’s prior 72-stack TLC 3D NAND, with 150% greater power efficiency.

Upcoming 1 terabit (Tb) TLC 4D NAND that SK Hynix will sample in the first half of next year fits into a 16 mm by 20 mm ball grid array (BGA) package with a maximum 2 TB for BGA. An enterprise U.2 SSD using the technology will offer up to 64 TB of capacity, according to SK Hynix.

SK Hynix plans to begin sampling 96-stack QLC 4D NAND, with 1 Tb density in a mono die, in the second half of next year. The company said the QLC 4D NAND would provide more than 20% higher wafer capacity than the TLC NAND that it has been producing since the second half of last year. The 72-stack, enterprise-class 3D NAND will represent more than 50% of SK Hynix NAND production this year, the company said.

HPE partners urged to tackle the ‘Super Six’ market opportunities

LAS VEGAS — At the HPE Global Partner Summit 2018, Hewlett Packard Enterprise laid out six market opportunities it wants to jointly pursue with channel partners.

HPE executives said half of the “Super Six” opportunities are ripe for HPE partners to immediately capture and half involve more long-term strategies and investments. The short-term opportunities include Gen10 servers, blade servers and all-flash arrays, HPE said. The forward-looking opportunities center on everything as a service, software-defined infrastructure and the intelligent edge.

“What the Super Six represents are six huge transitions that we see happening right now in the marketplace,” said Phil Davis, chief sales officer at HPE, at this week’s Summit.

He said HPE has been busy transforming its portfolio to align with Super Six opportunities, which he said collectively makes up a $65 billion market. Additionally, the company has received clear signals from its customer base the Super Six represents areas to double-down on. “The accelerated growth rates that we are seeing in these areas absolutely prove [the Super Six] is where our customers see … value,” he said.

Short-term opportunities for HPE partners

Davis described HPE’s immediate Super Six opportunities as having about a two- or three-year window that partners can exploit if they act fast.

Gen10 transitions: Customer refreshes to HPE’s Gen10 servers amount to about a $20 billion opportunity, Davis said. He noted that HPE partners that lead with HPE OneView, the vendor’s converged-infrastructure management platform, have “a great opportunity to refresh our own, as well as competitive environments.”

OneView “delivers a substantially differentiated experience for our customers in terms of ease of deployment of infrastructure in terms of automation of routine tasks, in terms of being able to take costs out,” he said. He noted that HPE recently shipped its one millionth OneView license.

Blades: Davis asserted that HPE essentially invented the server blade category and has led in it for every quarter.

It is critical that we lead with everything as a service [and] we lead with a consumption model with HPE GreenLake because it is what customers want.
Phil Davischief sales officer, HPE

The second strongest player in the market, Cisco, with its Unified Computing System (UCS) technology, is decreasing its focus on the blades market, he said. “If you watch what is going on with [Cisco’s] investments, it really seems like they are pulling back,” Davis said. “We haven’t seen the same pace of innovation for them and it looks like they are doubling-down on security and other places. It looks like Cisco isn’t looking to invest in the future.”

He said the server blades market represents a $6 billion opportunity for HPE and its partners and it’s “all coming up for grabs right now.”

Flash storage: As a $7.7 billion market growing at 15%, the transition to all-flash storage is “a huge opportunity” for HPE partners to disrupt, Davis said.

Among HPE’s differentiators in the flash market is its InfoSight predictive analytics technology, which HPE gained through its Nimble Storage acquisition. Now deployed in all HPE storage systems, InfoSight uses machine learning and AI to predict and remediate storage environment issues.

Davis said HPE has looked to gain a strong position by recently rolling out the HPE Store More Guarantee for the Nimble all-flash array. Launched in March, Store More Guarantee promises customers that the Nimble product “will store more data per raw terabyte of storage than any other vendor’s” all-flash array, according to HPE. The guarantee states that HPE will accommodate the customer’s additional storage for free if HPE Nimble all-flash array fails to meet the storage efficiency of a competitor’s array.

Long-term HPE partner plays

HPE’s Super Six long-term technology opportunities focus on generational changes occurring within customer organizations. Davis said these changes will be “long-lasting over the next three, five, maybe 10 years.”

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HPE executives discuss the flash storage market
at the Discover 2018 conference.

Everything as a service: HPE recognizes that the public cloud has transformed customer expectations of how IT should operate. The main expectations are that IT should be scalable and customers should pay only for what they use, Davis said. HPE’s solution for this market trend is HPE GreenLake consumption-based services delivered by HPE Pointnext. The company unveiled a partner program for HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity services on Monday.

“It is critical that we lead with everything as a service [and] we lead with a consumption model with HPE GreenLake because it is what customers want,” Davis said.

Software-defined infrastructure: HPE said it is looking to deliver an on-premises yet public cloud-like experience for customers at lower pricing compared with cloud. Core to that aim is the vendor’s software-defined strategy, which Davis said partners can think of as “going hand in hand” with HPE’s everything-as-a-service focus.

To cash in on the opportunity, HPE partners need to start customer conversations with HPE OneView, which manages the data center’s software-defined systems, he said. Synergy, HPE’s composable infrastructure platform, is another important piece for capturing the opportunity. Synergy “is really one solution for all of your customers’ workloads, whether they are virtualized, bare-metal [or] containers. It really gives a very flexible, automated experience to your customers with the maximum efficiency of resources,” he said.

HPE’s acquisition of Plexxi plays an important role, providing hyper-converged networking technology. “What [Plexxi] enables us to do is put that same composability that you have come to love in Synergy into hyper-converged,” he said.

Intelligent edge: The intelligent edge was a main area of focus at its Discover conference, held in conjunction with GPS. HPE revealed it would invest $4 billion over the next four years in intelligent edge technology and services.

“This is a massive, disruptive opportunity that we see,” Davis said, adding that the total addressable market is expected to reach $26 billion by 2020.

Antonio Neri, HPE’s president and CEO, told HPE Global Partner Summit 2018 attendees that “most of the data … is now generated on what we call ‘the edge.'” Seventy-five percent of data is generated on the edge, he added.

The edge is where “we live and work, where billions of people and trillions of things come together, interacting with each other but most importantly interacting with data in a secure way,” Neri noted. “That’s the opportunity: In this sea of 1s and 0s, how do we create value?”

Davis pointed to HPE’s Aruba Network’s portfolio as the means for HPE partners to jump into the intelligent edge market. Additionally, though HPE’s acquisition of Niara, Aruba IntroSpect user and entity behavior analytics technology can play a role.

“We see opportunities in every industry, everywhere around the globe,” Davis said.

For Sale – 1x Intel DN2820 NUC’s , I5 4460 and 2X4gb DDR3 Hyperx Fury ram (price drops))

Few items that i have had laid around now for a few months ,

1X intel nuc’s (DN2820FYKH) , one is boxed and is complete with accessories (power adaptor , versa mount and manuals ) the other is just the nuc and power adaptor,,,, See pictures below
Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH Product Specifications
Both Nuc’s are fitted with 4gb of Ram ( both nucs where used to run kodi ) and don’t get used any more hence selling them
Nuc that is boxed = £80 = £65 =£55 Sold
Nuc with out box = £70 =£55 = £45 (reserved for @geordieboy25 ) Sold

postage included with both Nuc’s

Intel I5 4460 LGA 1150 , was used in my HTPC for about 2 years ( not sure if there is any warranty left on it tho ) No Box or cooler , just the CPU = £70 including delivery = £55 sold

2X4GB DDR3 Ram 1600mhz – No box =£60 including delivered £50 £ 45 Sold

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For Sale – 1x Intel DN2820 NUC’s , I5 4460 and 2X4gb DDR3 Hyperx Fury ram (price drops))

Few items that i have had laid around now for a few months ,

1X intel nuc’s (DN2820FYKH) , one is boxed and is complete with accessories (power adaptor , versa mount and manuals ) the other is just the nuc and power adaptor,,,, See pictures below
Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH Product Specifications
Both Nuc’s are fitted with 4gb of Ram ( both nucs where used to run kodi ) and don’t get used any more hence selling them
Nuc that is boxed = £80 = £65 =£55 Sold
Nuc with out box = £70 =£55 = £45 (reserved for @geordieboy25 ) Sold

postage included with both Nuc’s

Intel I5 4460 LGA 1150 , was used in my HTPC for about 2 years ( not sure if there is any warranty left on it tho ) No Box or cooler , just the CPU = £70 including delivery = £55 sold

2X4GB DDR3 Ram 1600mhz – No box =£60 including delivered £50 £ 45 Sold

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For Sale – 1x Intel DN2820 NUC’s , I5 4460 and 2X4gb DDR3 Hyperx Fury ram (price drops))

Few items that i have had laid around now for a few months ,

1X intel nuc’s (DN2820FYKH) , one is boxed and is complete with accessories (power adaptor , versa mount and manuals ) the other is just the nuc and power adaptor,,,, See pictures below
Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH Product Specifications
Both Nuc’s are fitted with 4gb of Ram ( both nucs where used to run kodi ) and don’t get used any more hence selling them
Nuc that is boxed = £80 = £65 =£55 Sold
Nuc with out box = £70 =£55 = £45 (reserved for @geordieboy25 ) Sold

postage included with both Nuc’s

Intel I5 4460 LGA 1150 , was used in my HTPC for about 2 years ( not sure if there is any warranty left on it tho ) No Box or cooler , just the CPU = £70 including delivery = £55 sold

2X4GB DDR3 Ram 1600mhz – No box =£60 including delivered £50 £ 45 Sold

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20180526_130607.jpg

20180526_130925.jpg

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For Sale – 1x Intel DN2820 NUC’s , I5 4460 and 2X4gb DDR3 Hyperx Fury ram (price drops))

Few items that i have had laid around now for a few months ,

1X intel nuc’s (DN2820FYKH) , one is boxed and is complete with accessories (power adaptor , versa mount and manuals ) the other is just the nuc and power adaptor,,,, See pictures below
Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH Product Specifications
Both Nuc’s are fitted with 4gb of Ram ( both nucs where used to run kodi ) and don’t get used any more hence selling them
Nuc that is boxed = £80 = £65 =£55 Sold
Nuc with out box = £70 =£55 = £45 (reserved for @geordieboy25 )

postage included with both Nuc’s

Intel I5 4460 LGA 1150 , was used in my HTPC for about 2 years ( not sure if there is any warranty left on it tho ) No Box or cooler , just the CPU = £70 including delivery = £55

2X4GB DDR3 Ram 1600mhz – No box =£60 including delivered £50 £ 45 Sold

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

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For Sale – 1x Intel DN2820 NUC’s , I5 4460 and 2X4gb DDR3 Hyperx Fury ram (price drops))

Few items that i have had laid around now for a few months ,

1X intel nuc’s (DN2820FYKH) , one is boxed and is complete with accessories (power adaptor , versa mount and manuals ) the other is just the nuc and power adaptor,,,, See pictures below
Intel® NUC Kit DN2820FYKH Product Specifications
Both Nuc’s are fitted with 4gb of Ram ( both nucs where used to run kodi ) and don’t get used any more hence selling them
Nuc that is boxed = £80 = £65 =£55 Sold
Nuc with out box = £70 =£55 = £45 (reserved for @geordieboy25 )

postage included with both Nuc’s

Intel I5 4460 LGA 1150 , was used in my HTPC for about 2 years ( not sure if there is any warranty left on it tho ) No Box or cooler , just the CPU = £70 including delivery = £55

2X4GB DDR3 Ram 1600mhz – No box =£60 including delivered £50 £ 45 Sold

20180526_130628.jpg

20180526_130607.jpg

20180526_130925.jpg

20180526_130755.jpg

20180526_130813.jpg

20180526_130819.jpg

20180526_131823.jpg

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

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