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Foxconn SFF R10-D4 Intel Atom D525 (1.8GHz, Dual-core) Intel NM10 Intel GMA 3150 Barebone

Foxconn SFF R10-D4 Intel Atom D525 (1.8GHz, Dual-core) Intel NM10 Intel GMA 3150 Barebone
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7 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 69/100.

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Good! But not for gaming, old style PCI slot, NOT PCI-E


Still looking for a video upgrade!

Like the other reviews say, just add a stick of ram (2gb), a SATA optical drive, a (SATA only! no IDE) hard drive, kb(ps2 OR USB)/mouse/monitor/wiredinternet (not wireless internet) and you are good to go. NOT a gaming machine, but great for full...

Has old style PCI slot... Not PCI express! Case faceplate wont open when my SATA Optical Drive opens up, annoying but not a big deal

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Good case Dangerous PSU


Promising case but sadly comes with a Terrible PSU!

Good looking case, and the whole system with 2 gigs of ram performed Exceptionally well with Windows 7 on it

I wrote a while back that the psu had gotton so hot that it partially melted a SATA cable within and hour after i installed it to my clients house, well now, the PSU Spewed out smoke and fried! Thankfully, my client was home or it would have started a...

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PSU Is total garbage and nearly started a fire!


I bought because it was innexpensive and seemed like a good deal, it seems that everything else is great, but foxconn PLEASE Put in a better PSU! :(

Nice case screams as far as speed

Bought on 8/8/2011 installed on 8/11/2011 to client. i wrote a review when i got it because the psu got so hot that it melted a sata cable within an hour of installing it, now it got hot and the comp stopped workand and began spewing out smoke!...


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Case dimensions


Haven't even turned it on yet, but I'm sure it runs great

The case dimensions are actually 11.1 x 12.5 x 3.74 inches, which is an inch an a half bigger than the specs state. There is also a metal tab sticking out the back an additional .5 inches, making the case 13 inches long

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Pretty nice


Performed great, but has that psu issue, which is a major downside. :(

Small And Convenient. It performed exceptionally well OS wise. I normally install linux to machines i build, but i installed windows 7 per my clients request, and the machine just screams. Its fast it doesnt lag even a little when i tested it running...

PSU is terrible. I installed it yesterday, and had to go back an hour later because they smelled something burning. when i opened the case up, the psu had gotten so hot it had partially melted one of the sata cables that was up against it

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Good little system, but loud


Great little file server, very fast network speed. If I move it inside I'll switch out to a power brick instead of the extremely loud internal

Dropped in a hard drive and ram and installed Windows 7 very easily ; I'm using it as a file server so the gigabit nic is excellent ; The dual core atom is outstanding for supporting multiple connections doing HD playback

Power supply is LOUD. I've got it in the garage so I don't care, but there's no way I'd have this in any room in my house ; Case is a bit tight for installing drives, but hey, it's a miniITX, what do you expect

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Does What It Needs To


The Foxconn SFF R30-D4 was the same price as this when I bought it but has since dropped from 139.99 to 114.99

Just add a HD, RAM and OS and it's up and running. Installed ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64 bit and everything works great

Initial issue with the power light not working even after reseating the connection, had to force it a little harder than I was comfortable with but it's working