Wednesday, May 23rd 2012

Habey Readies Fanless IPC with Core i3 Processor

Known more for its VIA Nano and Intel Atom-powered fanless IPCs (industrial PCs), Habey is readying BIS-6763, a new IPC model that is driven by a robust Core i3 "Sandy Bridge" dual-core processor. Measuring 190 x 190 x 67 mm, the IPC is made of a metal chassis, a portion of which is ridged, to double up as a heatsink. Beneath it is a pair of cylindrical heat pipes that transport heat to the top panel (heatsink), which cool the Core i3-2367M processor (dual-core, 1.40 GHz, 3 MB L3, 17W TDP), and Intel HM65 Express PCH.

Sadly, the IPC does not take advantage of the processor's dual-channel DDR3 IMC, there's just the one DDR3 SO-DIMM slot, supporting up to 8 GB of DDR3-1333 MHz memory. For expansion, there are two mini-PCIe slots. The sole storage option is a 2.5-inch SATA 6 Gb/s SSD/HDD bay. Connectivity includes one serial RS232 interface, six USB 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, and Intel HD 3000 graphics that gives out an HDMI, and a D-Sub display output. With 2 GB of DDR3 memory included, the BIS-6763 is expected to be priced at US $499. A variant that's powered by Intel Celeron 857 (dual-core, 1.20 GHz, 2 MB L3, 17W TDP), is also expected to be available, at US $299.

Source: FanlessTech
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3 Comments on Habey Readies Fanless IPC with Core i3 Processor

#1
Wile E
Power User
Ugh. Every time I see these mini systems, I dream of having a car PC. I could do so much with it. Not only music, navigation, and movies, but also monitoring car vitals, and even tuning my car if I get the software for it.

MUST. RESIST. URGE.
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#2
entropy13
by: Wile E
Ugh. Every time I see these mini systems, I dream of having a car PC. I could do so much with it. Not only music, navigation, and movies, but also monitoring car vitals, and even tuning my car if I get the software for it.

MUST. RESIST. URGE.
Do not resist. The only thing holding you back is $. Don't let it hold you back. :cool:

:D:p:laugh:
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#3
Drone
Hm these things get popular more and more.
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