|Specifications||UltraNUC Pro 6|
|Model number||UltraNUC Pro 6th Gen|
|Based on NUC kit||Intel NUC6i3SYB or NUC6i5SYB (Swift Canyon)|
|CPU||Intel Core i5-6260U or Core i3-6100U (Skylake)|
|CPU details||Dual core ULV, 15W TDP, 1.8 GHz (Core i5) / 2.3 GHz (Core i3)|
|Turbo boost||2.9 GHz (i5) / None (i3)|
|Cores / threads||2 / 4|
|CPU lithography||14 nm|
|Graphics||Intel HD 540 (Core i5) / HD 520 (Core i3)|
|RAM||2 x Dual channel DDR4 SO-DIMM|
|Supported memory type||2133, 1.2V|
|Maximum memory||16 GB (2 x 8GB)|
|Form factor||UCFF (Ultra Compact Form Factor)|
|USB 3.0 ports||4 (2 x front, 2 x rear)|
|mini PCIe (half-height)||1 (for Wi-Fi adapter)|
|mini PCIe (full-height)||1 (for M.2 SSD)|
|Internal storage||1 x M.2|
|SDXC Card Slot||Yes|
|VESA mounting bracket included||Yes|
|Power supply||External 19V DC, 65W (supplied)|
|Input power requirements||12 - 19V, 65W|
|Chassis size (M.2 Only)||115mm x 111mm x 32mm|
|Chassis size (M.2 and SSD)||115mm x 111mm x 48mm|
|PCB size||4" x 4" (101.6mm x 101.6mm)|
|BIOS type||Intel Visual BIOS, Fast Boot|
|Digital audio||Intel HD Audio (7.1 ch) via HDMI and Mini DP|
|Analogue audio||3.5 mm stereo audio jack mic in / headphone out / speaker out|
|Infra-red remote sensor||Yes (front)|
|Operating temperature||0°C - 55°C|
|Storage temperature||-20°C - +70°C|
|Graphics outputs||HDMI 1.4b and Mini-Display port 1.2|
|Chassis lid colour||Black|
|Included antennae||Wi-fi and Bluetooth (built into chassis)|
|Weight including SSD and memory||520 g|
Delivered working perfectly
Nice little thing.
Ran some bench marks against my 4th gen i7 laptop. It murdered it. Also the i7 throttled up to 20% during the tests at 83 degrees, the NUC never broke 69 degrees never needed to throttle.
Reasonably quiet. There is a small drone from it, but it is whisper quiet. The fan never spools up other than for 1 second when you turn it on or when it is just about to turn off.
I got mine without an OS. It is a work machine that I will use from home an we have an enterprise license for Windows 10. So saved about £90. However, you end up in a chicken and egg situation. You put on Windows and then can't connect to the internet. Your network card has no drivers. And you can't get those drivers, because they live on the internet. You need to download your drivers from
onto a USB drive in order to manually put them on and run them on the NUC. Once you have the network/Wi-Fi drivers, you can do the rest via automatic update.
It might be nice if Quiet PC allowed you to buy a cheap USB with the drivers you need on it as an optional extra for say £5. Would have saved my a trip to work with the NUC to get the driver I needed.
Other than that, great build, no issues, delivered fast, its a nice little product, would do again.