Nettop Compulab IPC3 uses passive cooling

Nettop Compulab IPC3 uses passive cooling

Manufacturers continue to expand its range of computer systems using the latest processors Intel 7th generation. The next member of the family mini-computer company Compulab, using as a platform Intel Kaby Lake chips became nettop Compulab IPC3.

Compulab IPC3: Specifications

A characteristic feature of Compulab IPC3 is a completely passive cooling, which greatly facilitates the use of energy-efficient processors Core i5-7200U and Core i7-7500U. In addition, efficient heat dissipation is ensured by a special hull structure, the ribs which greatly increase the surface area of ​​dissipation. This construction virtually eliminates the ingress of dust into the system unit, which in conjunction with a wide variety of available interfaces, allows the use of a mini-computer, together with a variety of industrial equipment.

Nettop Compulab IPC3 uses passive cooling

The amount of RAM Compulab IPC3 can reach 32 GB SO-DIMM DDR3L. As storage system can act SATA-drives size 2.5 inches, the SSD format M.2 2260, as well as devices with built-in mSATA. Connecting external devices is carried out by means of four ports USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, two the mSATA, video outputs DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 1.4a, a pair of Gigabit Ethernet connectors, audio connectors, as well as the aforementioned slot M.2 2260. There is support for WLAN 802.11ac and Bluetooth wireless networking 4.0. If necessary, set the interface connectors can be extended through the use of special modules.

Compulab IPC3: Price and release date

Price Compulab IPC3 starts with a mark of $693. The device provides a five-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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Nettop Compulab IPC3 uses passive cooling was last modified: January 22nd, 2017 by Tomas Shellby