Orio Spec DB4



Orio Spec has announced the launch of its new complete DB4 Fanless Silent SL (abbreviated, DB4 to dry), a system that uses the Streacom DB4 box as a basis to create a completely silent and functional mid-range equipment.

As we said, the Orio Spec DB4 makes use of the cubic box Streacom DB4, a box that is a cube literally and that uses all its structure of aluminum as a sink for the internal components of the equipment, although it is true that it incorporates a heatsink Of four copper heatpipes that will join the processor’s IHS with one of the sides of the case. It is capable of hosting a mini ITX system and since it has no fans, it is completely passive and does not make any noise.

The mini ITX board used by Orio Spec for this system uses an Intel H110 Express chipset, specifically a custom Asus H110i-Plus. It has an Intel Core i3-6100T dual-core processor at 3.2 Ghz, and comes standard with 8 GB of DDR4 RAM in two 4-GB modules, but is expandable as the system supports up to 64 GB. Also in the basic model includes a SSD Samsung 750 EVO of 120 GB that can be changed by its versions of 240 and 480 GB. The system does not have dedicated graphics card (and in fact does not support its installation) and uses Intel HD graphics integrated in the processor.
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In terms of connectivity, the system features two USB 3.0, four USB 2.0, one RJ-45 Gigabit, and HDMI, DVI-D and D-Sub (VGA) video outputs that support the use of up to three Monitors simultaneously. Logically, this is not a team meant to play but for multimedia tasks not too demanding in places where design and maximum silence matter.

Below you can see the specifications as expressed on the manufacturer’s website, but keep in mind that as we have indicated there are some hardware components that can be modified at the time of purchase to provide the system with greater capacity or power . The base equipment price is 120,000 Yen, about 1,000 euros approx.

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