Logic Supply LGX ML300 Fanless NUC

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INTEL NUC D53427RKE BOARD


The Intel D53427RKE inside the Logic Supply ML300 system.

The Intel D53427RKE board defines almost every aspect of the system's performance and capabilities. Its Core i5-3427U is a high efficiency 17W TDP dual-core with 3MB cache and hyperthreading, clocked at 1.8 GHz with 2.8 GHz Turbo frequency. Built in Intel HD Graphics 4000 runs at 350 MHz, with max dynamic frequency of 1.15 GHz. The board is normally equipped with a low profile blower heatsink for the CPU, not used in the LGX ML300 system.

 Intel D53427RKE Specifications
Processor Core™ i5-3427U, 17W TDP - soldered
Chipset QS77 Express Chipset
System Memory Two 204-pin DDR3 1600/1333 MHz SDRAM SO-DIMM; up to 16 GB total RAM supported
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4000
Expansion Slots

One PCI Express Half-Mini Card connector
One PCI Express Full-Mini Card connector

USB 4 USB 2.0 onboard; 1 USB 3.0 (external)
LAN Gigabit (10/100/1000 Mb/s) Intel 82579LM
Audio Intel® High Definition Audio via the HDMI v1.4a and DisplayPort 1.1a interfaces
Back Panel I/O 2 USB 2.0
1 mini HDMI
1 mini DisplayPort
1 LAN
1 19-volt DC input
Front Panel

1 power switch
2 USB 2.0

Intel® Visual BIOS Intel® Visual BIOS in Interface (SPI) Flash device
Support for (ACPI), Plug and Play, and System Management BIOS (SMBIOS)
Hardware Monitoring Nuvoton NCT5577D embedded controller:
• Voltage sense
• Thermal sense
• One processor fan header
• Fan sense used to monitor fan activity
• Simple fan speed control
Intel® Security and Manageability Technologies • Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) 8.0
• Virtualization for Directed I/O (Intel VT-d)
• Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT)
• Intel ID Protection (Intel® IPT)
• IntelAnti-Theft (Intel® AT)
• Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
• Intel® Small Business Technology (Intel® SBT)
Operating Temperature 0ºC ~ 50ºC
Form Factor 4"x4" (101.6x101.6mm)

OTHER DETAILS

Accessories with the sample system included:

  • Windows 7 disc
  • bracket kit for mounting the system to VESA-standard, horizontal/vertical surfaces, or DIN rail clips, four stick-on rubber feet,
  • Delta Electronics external 19VDC 65W AC/DC adapter with AC cable. The Delta runs on 100~240VAC, outputs 19VDC, and is rated for Level 5 (highest) efficiency as per the International Efficiency Marking Protocol (rev. Oct. 2008, PDF), referenced by Energy Star. This rating describes efficiency to be at least 87%.


Cover/heatsink half of the ML300 chassis. Note the two raised square portions to which the CPU and PCH of the board clamps when it is installed.

In the ML300 case, no heatpipes are used for heat transfer. Instead, on the underside of the cover, there are two raised blocks of aluminum, one for the CPU and one for the PCH. When the board is mounted, those chips make tight firm contact with the aluminum blocks, covered with TIM, of course. Conduction to the ribbed casing top enables most of the heat disspation, but the entire aluminum casing helps with cooling.



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