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Intel NUC 11th Gen RNUC11PAHI50000 i5-1135G7

Intel NUC 11th Gen RNUC11PAHI50000 i5-1135G7

Latest 11th Gen NUC

Brand INTEL | CL SKU 37262
 
( 2 )
$ 649 .00

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Disclaimer:

There are compatibility issues with NUCs and M.2 SSDs, Intel has released a list of tested compatible SSDs.


Compatible SSDs Sold at Computer Lounge

  • Seagate 2TB FireCuda 520 SSD NVMe
  • Seagate 1TB FireCuda 520 SSD NVMe
  • Samsung 980 Pro 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSD
  • Samsung 980 Pro 250GB M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSD
  • Samsung 1TB 970 EVO Plus NVMe
  • Samsung 250GB 970 EVO Plus NVMe


For the full compatibility list click on this link (Select Drives: M.2 PCIe)

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UPC

735858463034

Category

Mini PCs - Kits

Brand

Intel

Subtitle

Latest 11th Gen NUC

Part Number

RNUC11PAHI50000

Warranty

3-Year Warranty

Processor

CPU Family

Intel Core i5

Cores

4

Base Clock

2.4 GHz

Boost Clock

4.2 GHz

Graphics Card

Display Outputs

HDMI 2.0a; USB-C (DP1.4); MiniDP 1.4

Graphics

Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics

Memory

Memory Capacity

64 GB

Max. Memory Capacity

64 GB

Max. Memory Speed

3200 MHz

Max. Memory Slots

2

Type

DDR4

Storage

Storage Interfaces

1 x M.2 & 2 x SATA

M.2 Slots

1

SATA Ports

2

Wireless Connectivity

Bluetooth

Bluetooth 5.0

WiFi

Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201

Works Fine These Days

Would recommend - yes

Was a little ropey to start with with intermitted BSOD's (as per the other reviewer) but a recent round of updates and/or the BIOS update appears to have sorted this now. Runs really well for me SDR stuff and hasn't crashed once since. Fan can get a little loud if your pushing it hard so not always the best for a quiet room.


Not Yet.

Would recommend - no

The hardware seems fine, however at this stage Intel/realtek haven't worked out their drivers. The realtek pcie card reader driver causes the system to blue screen and crash. There's also a known issue where sound drops when audio runs though the HDMI port that still requires fixing. If you are really good at computers then maybe this is still for you. If you have some idea, but aren't an expert, like myself, then I wouldn't recommend the hours of fixing/looking for solutions to the problems...not yet anyway. One day, hopefully Intel will release the fixes, but right now I would go for an older model that has had the time for the software to be more stable.