Intel NUC Kit NUC5PGYH Braswell Mini PC

Intel NUC Kit NUC5PGYH Braswell Mini PC

  Like the rest of Intel Atom systems, home theater PCs (HTPC) based on the CPU have come a long way over the last few years. The Intel NUC5PGYH offers hardware accelerated video decoding up to 4K (HDMI 1.4b output) via the quad-core Intel Braswell Pentium N3700. Now add in 7.1 multi-channel audio support, Windows 10 preinstalled, RC6 CIR (consumer […]

Read more

Legit Reviews reviews Intel Pentium G4400 IPG

The review is really light on the critial aspects for HTPC use (read MIA), but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t contain a lot of useful information about this budget ($65) Skylake CPU. When Intel releases a new processor family, we immediately start seeing reviews and opinions on the enthusiast grade processors such as the i5-6600K and the i7-6700K, both of […]

Read more

Skylake Iris Pro pricing is out, ouch!!!

If you were waiting for Iris Pro to pickup a Skylake system, the prices have come out and they are hefty – although currently they are all Xeon models (so aimed more at enterprise workstation), so hopefully we’ll see some Core branded models in a more comfortable price range soon.  One of our forum members, Sweepr, posted Intel’s latest pricing […]

Read more

Intel 750 NVMe SSD reviewed @ Technology X

For most workloads, I find my PC to be I/O limited much more frequently than by the CPU, so while an NVMe SSD wouldn’t find it’s way into most HTPCs… I still think it’s cool enough to post a review of Intel’s 750 SSD :). The Intel 750 features Intel’s latest storage technology with an 18-channel NVMe flash controller. Before […]

Read more

Intel Compute Stick nets upgrade

I reviewed the original [Bay Trail] Intel Compute Stick about a year ago, and while it was neat – the media/Wi-Fi performance was a bit anemic. Of course, as is the case with many things, a little bit of time (allowing for steady march of improvement) can fix a lot. So I’m much more enthusiastic about the upcoming Cherry Trail […]

Read more
1 2 3 4 9