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What's quite interesting to note is how poorly the i5-based NUC performed against the i3-based unit we highlight below. Having said that, though, the very small form factor, coupled with an ability to use two monitors—via the miniDisplayPort and mini HDMI ports—means that the NUC need only improve its performance to be a strong contender in the near future. On the other side of our test solution, we used a combination of parts, starting with a rack-mount-capable Inteset case designed specifically for the thin mini-ITX motherboards: While it would be nice to come up with some fancy explanation, we actually chose this RAM because we wanted to a keep cost down and b match closely to the Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage in our NUC, which required 1.
Our only major issue with the setup was the case itself.
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It's ideal for rack-mounting, especially in a side-by-side configuration allowing two of these units to be mounted in a 1U rack space. If we had only had to mount the M-SATA inside the case, we could unequivocally give the case a strong recommendation. Yet, we had a number of issues mounting the SSD in the Inteset case, enough so that we had to flip the drive around to face the opposite direction. It is also partly due to the location of the foot that supports the mounting bracket, which in our case we had to bend several ways to avoid either having Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage mounting bracket put its weight on a soldered diode or capacitor.
It's as elusive as it is enticing.
I realize the DIY laptop topic has been thrown around quite a few times on this forum, but all those threads seemed to be centered around laptop kits that offer few choices in terms of hardware and are generally more expensive than their pre-made counterparts. My question is whether building a DIY laptop, made completely from scratch including the caseis possible.
Being that I have not seen all that much information on made-from-scratch laptops, I have assumed that it is either far too difficult or impossible. Even if it was difficult, I would have expected that some experienced DIYer would have taken on the feat irregardless of the challenge. After all, more spectacular projects have been accomplished at the hands of a hobbyist. I seems to me that one could build a laptop using a mini itx motherboard, a SSD to avoid the complexity of protecting a hard drivea desktop cpu down clocked and down volted to reduce heat, a low profile cpu cooler to save space, low profile ram to save even more space, a repurposed Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage keyboard, a laptop screen of your choice, and some sort of homemade case or repurposed case to hold the components. Likely, the case would have to be made from scratch because a repurposed laptop case would have to be heavily modified in order to properly cool generic desktop parts that were not custom designed for a laptop case's thermals as are OEM laptop components.
I have built quite a few desktops and realize that constructing a laptop from scratch is in a whole other ballpark in terms of difficulty, more akin to constructing a 3D printer using aduino boards. So, why hasn't this been done before and, if it has, why isn't it done more often" to any manufacturer. Even simple things like hard drives and RAM haven't always been standards for notebooks. Just look to about years ago.
Every other manufacturer had their own RAM modules, and there were a half dozen thicknesses of 2. Internal cards like modems and audio cards were still on cards, and even then they were all different. The industry is standardizing what can be easily, but core components still need to Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage made to suit the application. Just use a board with single-height IO ports, low-profile cooling solution, and get a board that uses laptop ram that lays flat, and you're off Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage a good start. Most of those boards will natively support LVDS, so your interface, if you choose to use integrated graphics, is already there.
Like i said, it's not impossible. January 26, 5: It's not impossible, but being that every manufacturer wants to shape things differently, put things in different spots, add different hardware, etc, and then cram it into the smallest space possible, it dictates that motherboards be shaped to accommodate the shape of the enclosure and it's devices.
But a standard could be developed just like BTX, but hopefully better and more successful. And the cases would be analogous to slim 10' Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage, mini 13'mid 15' and full 17'. There's no reason this couldn't work except that the market is small--which is a pretty good reason.
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I suppose there's also the inherent increase in damage to a laptop--putting the manufacturer at significantly greater risk of people complaining about things breaking that the manufacturer Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage no control over--that would cut into profits. I don't see why it couldn't start with someone defining a standard say ASUS does it and makes their laptops to that standard with an easily removable bottom panel. Then has some spots for mounting fans, heatsinks, and an extra 2.
And an unlocked BIOS is a must--but it would have to have plenty of warnings informing the user that adjusting these settings could destroy hardware components which most of us reading this would completely ignore. If such laptops existed, they're all overclockers would buy it and Zalman and other manufacters would start making parts. And this would lead to a fully DIY laptop. Can you build a laptop cheaper than you can buy one? Remember the manufacturer would have to increase costs because there would be more returned items and Gigabyte GA-H87TN Intel Small Business Advantage items that never sell well because a few people bash their reputations on Newegg I know we've all not bought stuff with 6 total reviews and 3 bad ones.
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