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Recommendation for a NUC / stationary computer for use in the clinic - up to 2.5K / 3K


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good afternoon everyone,

I would be happy to recommend from you a computer that will be intended solely for use in the clinic - that is, mainly applications Lightweight and web surfing, not much beyond.

The owner's preference is for the computer For space saving, but from a brief exploration in KSP for example I noticed that there is actually only one model, is this section dead?


There are no special requirements beyond, really, just the most basic there is.

Many thanks to the helpers.

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Do not recommend the.

Warming up, making noise, filling up with dust, the fan breaks down and eventually also burns.


Recommend it (also small but slightly larger than the NUC):

And replacement of the stock cooling in Noctua:

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