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Stealth Introduces Mini PC with Core "Ivy Bridge" Processor

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Processor AMD Phenom II X6, 1055T
Motherboard MSI (cant remember model..)
Cooling Antec Kühler + extra fans (Antec, Zalman, Coolermaster, Generic brand)
Memory 8Gb (2 x 4Gb)
Video Card(s) ATI Radeon HD6870
Storage Samsung 1TB, 320 Seagate, 250 Samsung
Display(s) LG Electronics
Case ANTEC Sonata III 500 (found/salvaged + modified)
Audio Device(s) 8Ch + Harman Kardon 2.1 (modified, electronics in JVC wood speakers)
Power Supply It's made in Denmark, never seen a PSU made there..
Software Win7 X64 Ultimate
#26
Since it's powerful (looking at the CPU), it can be used maybe for banking systems in a smaller store, acting as a "server" for some sort of shopping system. Usually, the systems have their own small computer, but I have seen models where they are connected elsewhere.
 
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Video Card(s) Asus Strix GTX 1070
Storage 240GB HyperX 3k, 500GB Samsung 850EVO, 2x WD Black 640gb, WD Black 1TB, Seagate 10TB
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#27
Since it's powerful (looking at the CPU), it can be used maybe for banking systems in a smaller store, acting as a "server" for some sort of shopping system. Usually, the systems have their own small computer, but I have seen models where they are connected elsewhere.
Most def, stick enough ram in this thing and you could run server on it easily for a small network/domain/exchange etc, if you really want use a SAN and don't worry about internal storage. Talk about nice silent, small out of the way, out of sight server. Heck it could be put on the receptionists desk.

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I just ordered in a nice loaded up Dell T420 server (dual 6core, 64gb ram, 8 hard drives), 1 fan in the back, nearly silent... All I have to say is it's about time and I couldn't be happier, nor my customer.