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  • OnLogic Introduces New AMD Ryzen Powered Industrial Grade Mini-ITX Thin Client

    Phoronix: OnLogic Introduces New AMD Ryzen Powered Industrial Grade Mini-ITX Thin Client

    Often times when checking out thin clients and industrial PCs / IoT units from OnLogic and other industrial PC vendors, they tend to be Intel powered and within the forums the first question is often about any AMD equivalent... For those wondering about any new AMD-powered thin clients / mini-ITX systems within an aluminum chassis, OnLogic has introduced the TM800...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...800-AMD-Client

  • #2
    Does that qualify as a "thin client"? Looks like it fits a standard itx case and stock apu cooler.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by molecule-eye View Post
      Does that qualify as a "thin client"? Looks like it fits a standard itx case and stock apu cooler.
      It's a big box, but it has a thin client OS called ThinManager, so I guess it's technically a thin client, even if in a thick chassis.

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      • #4
        Bad value.
        Kontron's C3713D board has all this and more ( Ryzen 1807B) and costs less than half that.
        Plop it in a small enclosure without PSU and that's it.

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        • #5
          What interests me more is where the feck are the Intel N6005 based ITX boards? We're still stuck with the J5005-ITX from ASRock.

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          • #6
            WTF is up with the price? Buy this instead.

            Same chipset, same form factor, swap the DP for HDMI, and lower the price by $600. You're welcome.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Brane215 View Post
              Kontron's C3713D board.

              Kontron's D3713 board

              Yes, looks nice.

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              • #8
                True you can build it by yourself cheaper but they provide this as a company for a companies. Usually you want to have someone responsible for the parts and the advertised specs. OnLogic does provide that. Our IT department insisted on such a company for rugged "thin clients" because of the provided guarantees.

                edit: even if I know that I can build it myself way cheaper, I'm happy with those clients at work from OnLogic (back then they have called LogicSupply). They are reliable workers no issue - especially the passive cooled units are a good.
                Last edited by CochainComplex; 10 June 2021, 03:49 AM.

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                • #9
                  Does it have to be so ugly? Obviously made to be hidden away in a server room or utility room where it will never be seen.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post
                    True you can build it by yourself cheaper but they provide this as a company for a companys. Usually you want to have someone responsible for the parts and the advertised specs. OnLogic does provide that. Our IT department insisted on such a company for rugged "thin clients" because of the provided guarantees.
                    Exactly. A Proliant or PowerEdge server costs a lot more than a DIY whitebox server with similar specs. You're paying for warranty and support, which are hard requirements for most corporate purchasing. You're also paying for the robust testing and qualification process, which you don't get with the whitebox kit. OnLogic did not build this for Grandma to check her AOL email.
                    Last edited by torsionbar28; 09 June 2021, 01:31 PM.

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