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Intel's Bay Trail NUC now on sale in the US

Intel releases its DN2820FYKH Bay Trail-based NUC to the public. Features a dual-core Celeron N2820 CPU clocked at 2.4GHz (NASDAQ:INTC)

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Jan 24, 2014 1:50 am

Back in September the internet was set abuzz with rumors of a new NUC from Intel that features the company's Bay Trail technology, and today the new Bay Trail NUC is finally available for retail sales in the US. At the moment, AVA Direct appears to be the only retailer selling the device though.

 

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The new DN2820FYKH barebones kit is based on Intel's micro NUC chassis design and features a Celeron N2820 processor with dual Silvermont cores clocked in at 2.4GHz. The devices GPU clock is set at 756MHz as well making it much faster than the Atom-based NUCs currently on the market. Users will need to add their own RAM (up to 8GB is supported) via a single SO-DIMM slot, as well as wireless card via a single PCIE slot. Users will also have to bring their own storage to the party with drives up to 9.5-mm thick being supported.

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Techreport.com, Avadirect.com

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