The PCEngines APU2 platform is based on the GX412TC, which is a 6 year old APU (and around the same capabilities as the ones found in the HP t620 series). PCEngines only sell 3 AMD APU products, one based on the AMD/Natsemi Geode LX, one on the AMD T40, and one on the GX412TC.Sg 1100 is a bit low on ram here you get 4g as well as not being locked to pfsense.
dell wyse 5070 extended has a pcie x4 slot(openned slot) and j5005 cpu(15watts tdp), sometime ebay has under $200 with shipping plus tax included. similar passmark as T730 but 15-20 watts lower tdp.It looks like the T730 will consume about 10 to 15 watts over the T620 plus. Initially I said no big deal but that adds up to around $10.50 a year. Crazy to think about.
Now I'm thinking of a netgate SG-1100...
I personally use a Flirc receiver and a Logitech Harmony 650 remote with my T640 for most things (i.e., Plex), and a Logitech K830 keyboard/trackpad when I need a keyboard. Works pretty well for me. I taught the "Plex" device in myHarmony some codes from an old Sony remote to fill in some gaps in the buttons and then mapped them to the keys I wanted in the Flirc software.I'm not current on the state of wireless PC remotes. What do you use with the t640 that's been working for you?
I am using a Chinese manufactured Air mouse. One side is a normal remote control, it is programmable, but everything works fine out of box with Win 10.I'm not current on the state of wireless PC remotes. What do you use with the t640 that's been working for you?
Put in $95 offer for this seller, which was accepted. Thanks for the heads up! I also have one from the OP's seller.
AFM is a special "plugin" in vega3 GPU to add "frame" in movie/anime, making the movie more smooth as being able to play at 60 frame per second instead of original 24/30 frame.What is the purpose of using AFM feature?