The Compulab Intense PC is a tiny desktop computer with a fanless design. It measures 7.5″ x 6.3″ x 1.57″.

While many of Compulab’s earlier PCs feature low power Intel Atom, AMD G-Series, or NVIDIA Tegra processors in order to reduce heat generation, the Intense PC packs an Intel Sandy Bridge processor.

The computer is available with a choice of 17W Intel Celeron, Core i3, or Core i7 chips.

Compulab Intense PC

Compulab first unveiled the Intense PC in March. Now it’s available for purchase with prices starting at $399.

For that price you get an entry level barebones system with an Intel Celeron 827E processor, Intel HD Graphics 2000, no RAM or hard drive.

A top of the line system will run you $1156. For that price you get an Intel Core i7-3517UE Ivy Bridge processor, 8GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Professional.

There are a number of options in between with most models featuring Sandy Bridge processors.

The computers feature HDMI, DisplayPort, Ethernet, S/PDIF 7.1 channel audio, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, and 2 eSATA ports. They’re expected to ship in about 6 weeks.

via FanlessTech

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4 replies on “Compulab’s Intense PC fanless mini-desktop now available for $399 and up”

  1. Lovely little device, but too $$$ for the level of performance. This will keep it to a niche item.

  2. Thanks for the mention Brad 😉

    I’m personally very excited for this incredibly powerful little box. We’re NOT in a post-PC world just yet.

    1.  Your site is pretty cool. I’ve been wanting to put together a quiet desktop. I didn’t even know I could make a fanless one without resorting to using an Atom.

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