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MS-9A66 – High performance fanless system with Intel 4th Generation Core i or Celeron Processor

The MS-9A66, fanless system, is designed for the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors in the FCLGA1150 package and supports two DDR3 1600/1333MHz SO-DIMM up to 16GB. The platform is based on Intel® HD Graphics that provides high-end media and graphics capabilities for videos, 2D/3D graphics and interactive content. In addition the MS-9A66 supports DisplayPort with a resolution up to 3840 x 2160 and DVI-I with a resolution up to 1920 x 1200. Excellent for the wide variety of applications in the transportation, environment monitoring, industrial, medical and telecommunication fields. Product Drivers

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1 kg

Ordering Options

939-9A66-001 (SKU# 1708166A): Barebones Fanless System with Core-i5 4570TE, Q87 939-9A66-002 (SKU# 1708166B): Barebones Fanless System with Celeron G1820TE, Q87 939-9A66-008 (SKU# 1708166C): Barebones Fanless System with C226, 2PCIeX8+2PCI – For Celeron Processors 939-9A66-009 (SKU# 1708166D): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+3PCI – For iCore Processors 939-9A66-010 (SKU# 1708166E): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+PCI – For Pentium Processors

Ordering Options

939-9A66-001 (SKU# 1708166A): Barebones Fanless System with Core-i5 4570TE, Q87 939-9A66-002 (SKU# 1708166B): Barebones Fanless System with Celeron G1820TE, Q87 939-9A66-008 (SKU# 1708166C): Barebones Fanless System with C226, 2PCIeX8+2PCI - For Celeron Processors 939-9A66-009 (SKU# 1708166D): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+3PCI - For iCore Processors 939-9A66-010 (SKU# 1708166E): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+PCI - For Pentium Processors

MS-9A66 – High performance fanless system with Intel 4th Generation Core i or Celeron Processor

The MS-9A66, fanless system, is designed for the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors in the FCLGA1150 package and supports two DDR3 1600/1333MHz SO-DIMM up to 16GB. The platform is based on Intel® HD Graphics that provides high-end media and graphics capabilities for videos, 2D/3D graphics and interactive content. In addition the MS-9A66 supports DisplayPort with a resolution up to 3840 x 2160 and DVI-I with a resolution up to 1920 x 1200. Excellent for the wide variety of applications in the transportation, environment monitoring, industrial, medical and telecommunication fields.

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Ordering Options

939-9A66-001 (SKU# 1708166A): Barebones Fanless System with Core-i5 4570TE, Q87 939-9A66-002 (SKU# 1708166B): Barebones Fanless System with Celeron G1820TE, Q87 939-9A66-008 (SKU# 1708166C): Barebones Fanless System with C226, 2PCIeX8+2PCI – For Celeron Processors 939-9A66-009 (SKU# 1708166D): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+3PCI – For iCore Processors 939-9A66-010 (SKU# 1708166E): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+PCI – For Pentium Processors

Ordering Options

939-9A66-001 (SKU# 1708166A): Barebones Fanless System with Core-i5 4570TE, Q87 939-9A66-002 (SKU# 1708166B): Barebones Fanless System with Celeron G1820TE, Q87 939-9A66-008 (SKU# 1708166C): Barebones Fanless System with C226, 2PCIeX8+2PCI - For Celeron Processors 939-9A66-009 (SKU# 1708166D): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+3PCI - For iCore Processors 939-9A66-010 (SKU# 1708166E): Barebones Fanless System with Q87, PCIeX16+PCI - For Pentium Processors

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