Scan code: LN81363 Manufacturer code: A-NUC35-M1B

Akasa Newton S7 Fanless / Silent Case for NUC7 Motherboards

Akasa Newton S7 Aluminum Fanless case for NUC7i5/i3 Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD with front I/O Ports

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Scan code: LN81363 Manufacturer code: A-NUC35-M1B
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Product Overview

Akasa Newton S7

Fanless case for 7th Generation Intel® NUC boards.

• Support 2.5” SATA HDD / SSD.
• Stylish front panel diamond edge finish.
• Two front panel USB 3.0 ports.
• Support IR remote function.
• Support microphone array.


Aluminium fanless CPU cooling design.

Compatible with: Intel® NUC Board NUC7i5BNH / NUC7i5BNK / NUC7i3BNH / NUC7i3BNK.
Materia:l Aluminium.
Motherboards types: UCFF 4" X 4".
Motherboard support: Intel® NUC Board (kit): NUC7i5BNH / NUC7i5BNK / NUC7i3BNH / NUC7i3BNK.
Dimensions: 176.5 x 200 x 53.5mm (W x D x H).
Drive bays: 2.5" SSD/HDD (up to 9.5mm high).
Front I/O: Power button, power and HDD led, USB 3.0 port x 2, IR receiver opening, HD Audio in / out.
Antenna fitting holes: 2.
Security: Kensington lock.
VESA mounting: Supported.
Optional power adaptor: AK-PD065-01M.
Core Chassis Specifications
Case Edition Newton S7
Case Form Factor UCFF
Motherboard Form Factor UCFF 4" x 4"
I/O, Bays & Expansion
Front/Side/Top Panel I/O 2 x USB 3.0
Drive Bays 1 x 2.5" Internal
Standard Expansion Slots  
Vertical Expansion Slots  
Fans & Filters
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
Fan Controller/Hub  
Dust Filters  
Liquid Cooling Support
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max GPU Card Length  
Cable Routing Space  
Side Panels
Window/s No
Window Configuration  
Window Construction  
LED Lighting Functionality
LED Lighting No
LED Lighting Emitters  
LED Lighting Colour  
LED Lighting Support & Control  
Power Supply Compatibility
PSU Included No
PSU Wattage (If Included)  
PSU 80+ Rating (If Included)  
PSU Support  
PSU Mounting Location  
Max PSU Length  
Chassis Physical Specifications
Colour Black
Chassis Contruction Materials Aluminium
Dimensions 176.5 x 200 x 53.5 (WxHxD mm)
Please Note  
Additional Information
Scan Code LN81363
Model Number A-NUC35-M1B
GTIN 4710614538153

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Akasa Newton S7 Aluminum Fanless case for NUC7i5/i3 Supports 2.5" HDD/SSD with front I/O Ports is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy unless you don't need to use your NUC Review for Akasa Newton S7 bought in June 2020 I bought the Akasa Newton S7 (compatible with the intel NUC Box7i5BNH I’ve got). I was initially excited to have a fanless chassis assuming the intial NUC case is a little bit noisy in a quiet room especially under load (you can hear the fan). Unfortunately, my excitement faded almost immediately and turned to disappointment. It took me a good 1-1.5 hours to disassemble the original NUC and reassemble to the Akasa chassis (you need to be very cautious to avoid damaging your board). In addition, you need to accept loosing IR and microphone from your NUC chassis (they are so embedded so there is no way to remove them safely and anyway, there is no space in the Akasa chassis to fit them), the Wifi/Bluetooth (you need to invest in a Wifi and Bluetooth external antenna kit for the embedded intel chip to work properly) and the SD slot (this one was mentioned in the specifications). Once switched on, it is really quiet. However, and it is my biggest problem, it works well only if your have reasonable workload. In my case, Microsoft office applications, 20 tabs in Edge browser and a youtube video. I used a software called Speedfan to control the temperature. The CPU temperature was around 40 degree Celsius with this kind of workload. As soon as you try something more CPU intensive (like a light video editing software), the CPU temperature jumps to 65 degree, the Hard drives get hotter and hotter and after 10-15 minutes, the system just stops working with a message like ‘…overheat…cool down your system…’. I didn’t give up there. I ordered some very good thermal compound paste from Artic, re-opened the Akasa chassis and re-applied the thermal paste over the CPU. Same result. I forgot to mention that the Akasa chassis got extremely hot too. As a conclusion, if your workload is not too intensive, you will end up with a working solution with absolutely no noise. If you need to just go over what I've mentioned earlier, this solution is not for you as you won’t be able to use your system. The original NUC chassis/fan associated is noisy under load but it can sustain the load at least without rebooting your system. Akasa Newton S7 is a no-go for me.
Date published: 2020-06-19
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Akasa Newton S7 Fanless / Silent Case for NUC7 Motherboards
Akasa Newton S7 Fanless / Silent Case for NUC7 Motherboards