26

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

Yurius :
[off] And is in the nature 2242 nvme disks? [/off]

VasyOK! :
"In connector M.2 it is installed SSD with interface SATA, and we do not have information on, whether supports this connector of the device with interface PCIe 3.0 x4."
Absolutely authors

Here here what piece grew lazy: drives of a shape factor 2242 - on fingers of one hand.
In our market it only Transcend MTS400 (32, 64, 128, 256, 512). SATA3 only, naturally.
In States still MyDigitalSSD and AData, too SATA.
(Well and SanDisk 16, installed in Lenovy as a system cache.)
Accordingly;
1. To accuse authors of the review of laziness it is a little strange - to check up presence PCIe simply there is nothing.
2. Creators of the surveyed device deserve censure: 2242 - very much, very rare standard (about what owners Lenov perfectly know).
P.S. Theoretically in the nature there is Toshiba BG1 , which generally 2230 (the one-sided!) and PCIe 3.0, but it is an animal legendary, anybody alive not  and on sale missing (one and a half year all almost from the moment of the announcement).

27

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

POMKA
So at you and not "workplace" wink

28

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

KM-300
Well so yes. Though it as a workplace does not drive . If absolutely simple something for the secretary.

29

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

For the secretary microATX just right unless it is necessary  model on a glass little table etc. - then it is possible also this box
But it not especially elegantly looks and not design absolutely
Adding from 12/15/2016 12:02:
Generally 40 % from 6700K are not "absolutely simple" decision, and quite working, even more than!

30

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

Vit_84
Instead of it is necessary to look at the general point
Authors deduce fat the general points of a technique that at them looked (on idea). I also speak About it. wink
Look at specific applications!
Thanks for touching care. I look everywhere.:gigi:
3 multiple difference will suit you?
Saw, saw. Well let type arranges, though actually at a difference in times not only in kernels and frequencies, but also speed SSD and memory size (and accordingly - the price) would like to calculate for something ... Unfortunately, this technique operates with categories of individual tasks in individual applications, and from this all its lacks of application to practice.
And if as a matter of fact: I here somehow already wrote that the percents of class Core i3-6xxx (two +HT) are an optimal variant for any modern computer, if it not a workstation (or the server). Accordingly, the hero of this article has an optimal config (except SSD and memory size).

31

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

Would like to see results of testing on  x265 ( http://x265.ru/en/x265-hd-benchmark/) .
At these processors support of coding in format HEVC (.265) is declared, I think all it would be interesting to see as it will be reflected for a while necessary for video coding in the given format.

32

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

(livejournal.7f2b4e7c5e0975a748cc8e3e170377a7) Alex
The Cinema to me in FullHD not bad twists    in HDMI for 10 roubles
On what ? Too such variant of application is interesting to me, but doubts are concerning productivity , especially if video with  30-40 Mbit\s.

33

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

[off]
bolkhov
Asked just for the  sad
[/off]

34

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

nanoflooder :
The price in ~10 without a disk and storage

Under the link interests that I gave, the device costs 11

35

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

KM-300 :
Astromouse
This workplace.
As the workplace is better microATX in the good case - quits more cheaply, faster, with upgrade possibility, and is not strongly direct more in the sizes
All the same this  in a pocket not , will be carried on its operation-home by nobody

From what you took, what microATX it is better? I would tell that is worse. In the first it is occupations sometimes rather valuable place on desktop or under it. And here for the monitor hung up and forgot.
About an upgrade generally it is cheerful, I since 2003 am not engaged , and at once I buy a new config. Just time in 4-5 years. For through this time you come to that  that and nothing or there is nothing. New percents not to thrust, as other socket, and the new socket behind itself drags also new , and also all there is already easier at once to change.
The maximum that additional laths of storage (that it is possible to make and here) achieved and changed the drive (here as it can be delivered another). About  simply I am silent.
Computers reached that state as a microwave, at once bought and use, while it works. Broke: you follow the new. Often  there is bluntly nothing for more cheaply to take new.
I not from those who changes every year for new generation  a stone/video card. These people probably have time to make pair of upgrades to system.

36

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

Judging by photos, on the case the warranty sticker which is not giving freely to add to solder or use complete "" for setting 2,5 "a disk. WTF? What does the vendor speak on this subject?

In a mode of stressful loading of the processor with usage of utility Prime95

and on following screenshots testing in AIDA about what in the text is not present words is visible.

37

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

lusrpag
What does the vendor speak on this subject?
At me in a manual on notebook MSI something is written like "at us there is a sticker but the user can remove it for an upgrade with warranty saving". I do not see the reasons why here there should be other policy.

38

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

awizard
The strange policy, what for it then generally should be molded...

39

Re: Article arguing iXBT.com: "Review mini-PK MSI Cubi 2 on the basis of processor Kaby Lake-U"

lusrpag :
awizard
The strange policy, what for it then generally should be molded...

In  "teapots" from "curious pepper" easily separate.:gigi: