Monday, February 15th 2016

Akasa Intros its First Mini-STX Chassis

Akasa introduced its first case for the emerging mini-STX form-factor. Think of mini-STX as a NUC-sized (127 mm x 127 mm) motherboard with a common LGA CPU socket; or a "socketed NUC." Akasa Euler ST has cutouts at the right spots for Intel's upcoming mini-STX motherboards, with tons of room left for storage devices. The ridged aluminium body of the case doubles up as CPU heatsink, and can handle chips with TDP of up to 35W. The platform itself will support chips with TDP of up to 65W.
Source: FanlessTech
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3 Comments on Akasa Intros its First Mini-STX Chassis

#2
dom99
this combined with a next-gen APU is a pretty good combo
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#3
Fx
We will finally be able to build our own sleek, customized OpenELEC boxes. I can't wait.
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