Passively cooled computing systems carry many advantages. Most of these turn out to be very important for industrial and embedded applications. The low power nature of the NUCs make them the ideal candidate for passive industrial computing platforms. We have already reviewed a number of industrial PCs before. Today, we have the first off-the-shelf passively cooled Broadwell vPro PC in for review from Logic Supply. Read on for our thoughts on this unique industrial PC.
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