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BITSY PC i5-6300U Hackintoshable?

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what do you think about that :

https://www.pondesk.com/product/6th-Gen-Intel-Core-i56300U-30GHz-WiFi-HD-520-HDMI-Mini-PC_MNHO-029

 

BITSY PC i5-6300U
6th generation Intel® inside® Core™ i5-6300U 3.0GHz fanless mini PC with Intel® HD graphics 520, 3MB SmartCache, WiFi, HDMI & VGA dual display, gigabit Ethernet port for gaming, home, office, schools, stations, networking, displays and training applications etc. Support up to 16GB ram and can be installed dual storage drives including mSATA SSD and 2.5" SATA SSD/HDD. Mini slim, durable and smart compact size computer with high reliability universal performance and ultra low power 15W consumption helps user getting much better computing experience with latest Intel skylake-U processor. Stylish sleek design, industrial standard aluminum alloy case make it perfect and provide stable performance.
MNHO-029-5.jpg

Features:
6th generation Intel® inside® Core™ i5-6300U CPU
3.0GHz max turbo frequency
Intel® HD graphics 520
Dual core, 4 threads
Support up to 16GB RAM
Wireless
Bluetooth (optional)
HDMI & VGA dual display
Gigabit Ethernet RJ45
USB 2.0 & USB 3.0
Support dual storage drives, mSATA SSD & 2.5" SATA SSD/HDD
Small size and stylish design smaller than A4 paper
15W low power consumption helps saving energy.
Universal performance and compatible with almost all popular operating systems, such as windows, Linux etc. 
Can be used as personal computer, gaming computer and as HTPC to built your own home theater center as well as in the offices, training centers, industries, internet cafe and everywhere.
Note: (*) is optional.
MNHO-029-6.jpg
 

 

Specifications:

 

 

Processor

CPU

Intel® Core ™ i5-6300U

Generation

6th

Intel® Smart Cache

3 MB

Processor Base Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max Turbo Frequency

3 GHz

TDP

15W

Instruction Set

64 bit

# of Cores

2

# of Threads

4

Memory

Max Memory Size

Support up to 16 GB (not included)

Memory Type

DDR3L-1333/1600MHz 1.35V low voltage notebook memory

Storage

SSD

Support 1 x mSATA SSD (not included)

HDD

Support 1 x 2.5" SATA SSD/HDD (not included)

Graphics

Processor Graphics

Intel® HD Graphics 520

Graphics Base Frequency

300 MHz

Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency

1 GHz

Intel® Quick Sync Video

Yes

Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology

Yes

Intel® Insider ™

Yes

Intel® Wireless Display

Yes

Intel® Clear Video HD Technology

Yes

Intel® Clear Video Technology

Yes

Advanced Technologies

Intel® vPro Technology ‡

Yes

Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology ‡

Yes

Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ‡

Yes

Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) ‡

Yes

Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) ‡

Yes

Intel® TSX-NI

Yes

Intel® 64 ‡

Yes

Intel® My WiFi Technology

Yes

Idle States

Yes

Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology

Yes

Thermal Monitoring Technologies

Yes

Intel® Flex Memory Access

Yes

Intel® Identity Protection Technology ‡

Yes

Intel® Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP)

Yes

Intel® Small Business Advantage

Yes

Intel® Smart Response Technology

Yes

 

 

I/O Specifications

Display Port

1 x HDMI, 1 x VGA

USB port

2 x USB 2.0, USB 3.0 x 2

Lan Port

1 x Realtek RTL8111E Gigabit LAN (Wake On LAN)

Wireless

Yes

Bluetooth

Optional

audio

Standard Audio input and output

THE

 

Support Windows 7/8/10 & Linux etc. (not included)

Power and Working Environment

Voltage

100-240V 50-60Hz

Power Adopter

DC 12V / 5A

Consumption

15 ~ 28W

Fan

Yes

RTC battery

Lithium 3 .3V / 21 0mAH CR2032 battery

Working Temperature

0 ~60°C Centigrade

Humidity

95% @ 40 ° C

Others

Computer Size

170 x 170 x 50 mm

Material

Aluminum Alloy

Net Weight

1.5kg

Package includes

1 x Mini PC, 1 x power adopter, 1 x stand holder, 2 x WiFi Antennas

 
Edited by Allan
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