Akasa A-NUC30-M1B Newton S6T Fanless Case For NUC

Akasa Newton S6T, Fanless Case For Intel NUC 6th Generation, Serial Port, Aluminium, IR Receiver Opening, 2x USB 3.0

Scan code: LN73594 Manufacturer code: A-NUC30-M1B Request call
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Product Overview Fanless case with Serial port for Intel® 6th Generation NUCsupport 2.5" SATA HDD / SSD.

• 2x front USB ports.
• Support for 2.5" SATA HDD/SSD.
• Serial port support.
• VESA mounting.
• Antenna fitting hole.
• Kensington lock.
• UCFF 4" x 4". Features • Aluminium fanless CPU cooling design.
• Stylish front panel diamond effect.
• Support IR remote function.
• Compatible with the following Intel® NUC Board: NUC6i5SYH / NUC6i5SYK / NUC6i3SYH / NUC6i3SYK.
Case Edition Newton S6T
Case Form Factor UCFF 4" x 4"
Motherboard Form Factor UCFF 4" x 4"
Material Aluminium
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x HD Audio
  • 1 x IR Receiver Opening
  • 1 x Power LED
  • 2 x USB 3.0
Drive Bays 1 x 2.5" Internal
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor External
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black/ Aluminium
Dimensions 176.5 x 53.5 x 200 (WxHxD mm)

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Akasa Newton S6T, Fanless Case For Intel NUC 6th Generation, Serial Port, Aluminium, IR Receiver Opening, 2x USB 3.0 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An excellent 3rd party fanless case for the Skylake NUC This is an excellent fanless case for the Skylake NUC6i5SYK (or H). The instructions for installing the motherboard are clear on a large printed set of diagrams, and the process is straightforward if you take care doing each step paying attention to detail. Care is also needed to get the thermal pads in place on the top of the processor chip and the M.2 SSD. Getting the motherboard out of the original case in the NUC6i5SYK is also simple, and just needs a relatively small number of screws taking off to remove the motherboard, and then to remove the fan unit, and heat sink from the bottom of the motherboard, taking care to clean off the thermal paste once that is done. You also need to unscrew the fixing screw for the M.2 SSD, and take out the SSD, before you can gently prise off the two tiny delicate cables for the wifi/bluetooth antennas that are stuck to the inside of the top section of the original case. The original antennas are discarded as they don't work in the S6T. If you want to use wireless in the S6T, then you need to separately order a pair of 15cm long IPX MHF4 to RP-SMA Pigtail Adaptor Cables, and a pair of wifi antennas to screw into the SMA connectors once the transfer to the S6T has been completed. There are two holes in the rear section to take these SMA connectors in the S6T which have rubber stoppers in that are simply removed if you will be using wireless, or left in place if you are just connecting to the internet via ethernet. Note though that the MHF4 connectors are really tiny, and need very nimble fingers to push on to the tiny sockets on the AC8260 wireless card on the motherboard. The MHF4 connectors are currently the smallest radio frequency connectors in the world. Once the motherboard is in the S6T then the SSD can be put back. If you are transferring from a brand new NUC without any SSD fitted then just remove the antenna cables before transfer and then install the SSD once it it in the S6T. Do take care if you are using wireless that the correct antenna cables are bought, as there are some similar looking ones that have different connectors that may be too large to connect to the AC8260 wireless connectors which are only just over a millimetre wide. The install of a 2.5" SSD is also straightforward following the printed diagram guide if you are using one. One additional point is that once the fanless machine is ready to use it is worth going into the BIOS settings and changing the cooling setting mode from "managed" to "fanless" so that the operating system you install does not try to set a fan speed or to get information about a now non-existent fan. The rest of the transfer is routine especially if you have done a bit of home computer hardware DIY before. The case with its transferred motherboard works very well and is of course completely silent. Very pleased with the final result.
Date published: 2016-09-06
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Akasa A-NUC30-M1B Newton S6T Fanless Case For NUC
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