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Intel DCCP847DYE

Intel DCCP847DYE
alaScore 89

22 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Intel DCCP847DYE is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 22 reviews)

User Reviews  

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Great HTPC Option

 

I bought this to replace my Raspberry Pis that I had setup in my living room and my bedroom. I installed XBMCbuntu, and the dual HDMI output worked instantly. I wanted to customize the audio, because I have surround sound in my living room, but only...

Dual HDMI output ; Quite under load ; Great for XBMC(XBMCbuntu, Openelec, etc.) ; Also great for Linux ; Cheaper than building a comparable mini-itx system

None really. It doesn't come with the power cord, but that's nothing major

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Beware of this Product

 

I purchased this product. After I bought the cables, the memory, the SSD hard drive. I still have not figured out how to get sound out of it. There is no way to do so, unless you buy a monitor with an audio output or internal speakers. I have contacted...

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Perfect for Certain Uses

 

The box includes: NUC case, CPU, motherboard, power supply (no cable), instructions, Intel CPU sticker. Internally, you have the following ports: 2x DDR3 SO-DIMM, 1x miniPCIe (full length), 1x mini-PCIe (half-length). It also has two WiFi antennas...

For the size and price, this little thing can pack a punch and fit anywhere. It's great for kiosk devices (what I use it for at work) as well as a small computer for the casual PC user ; Once you buy all of the items you need to build one of these,...

Does not include power cable, although it does include the power supply. You need to buy the 3-prong power cable, sometimes called the "Mickey Mouse" power cable ; GPU is not upgradeable. This goes for all NUC models. Like a laptop, you're stuck with...

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Update the BIOS

 

Purchases this to be the Hamachi gateway for remote clients to tap into the office network. Installed Win7 Pro on it, and had immediate difficulties downloading driver updates. Had to use sneakernet to get drivers installed, and still had networking...

Small and inexpensive. Just enough for the job at hand

Needs a BIOS update out of the box, to be reliable. Not everyone will notice/think of that

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No HD Video

 

Power adapter to wall cord is not included. It is clearly stated in the product description.

Small and quiet

Graphics is weak. It is not capable of playing HD video

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Not that great

 

Purchased to run XBMC on OpenElec First problem I found is that I could not enter the BIOS using F2 key. As every mechanism to update BIOS requires use of a keyboard, that is a real issue. When it was working, seemed very smooth. However, had some...

Nice looking bit of kit. Very quiet

Heating issues ; BIOS issues ; HD video issues