CompuLab Fitlet 2 Is A Mighty Fine, Low-Power PC Preloaded With Linux Mint
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 9 March 2018. Page 8 of 8. 13 Comments

Lastly is a look at the overall CPU temperature over the course of all the benchmarks carried out for this article:

The Fitlet2 had the lowest minimum temperature of 29 degrees while the average temperature under load was 58 degrees with a peak of 72 degrees. The average temperature is right in line with the actively cooled Intel NUCs tested and also the IPC3 while the Fitlet2 boasts a lower peak temperature than that more powerful CompuLab PC.

The Fitlet2 AC system power consumption over the course of all the tests run had a minimum power draw of 4.9 Watts, an average of 12.4 Watts, and a peak of 17.9 Watts when engaging the HD Graphics 500. It's a remarkable difference when looking at the once popular ASRock net-tops with the older Arrandale Core i3 processors consuming multiple times more power.

Overall the CompuLab Fitlet2 is a very capable Linux-friendly system for those needing a very compact system that's built extremely well, passively-cooled, and can stand up to many different industrial applications. The Fitlet2 barebone pricing with an Atom x7-E3950 begins at $199 USD on Amazon while more information on this CompuLab PC is available from Fit-IoT.com.

If you want to see how your own Linux PC performance compares to the systems tested in this article, simply install the Phoronix Test Suite and run phoronix-test-suite benchmark 1803094-FO-FITLET2CO19.


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