My new Micro Barebone Intel NUC 6I5SYH

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I am more than satisfied with my Macbook Pro, but I am still quite fond of working with Linux. I saw a cheap opportunity, and assembled a nice micro barebone. Runs perfectly. The Intel NUC need only RAM and disk storage. I chose the NUC6I5SYH, thus it offers me to use a fast NAND storage for the OS (M.2 22x80) and a 1 TB Fusion drive for storage.

My overall setup:

![NUC6I5SYH](https://media.cinhtau.net/NUC6I5SYH.jpg){:class="img-responsive"} Intel Core i5-6260U, 1.90 GHz, Intel Iris Graphics 540
![nuc-so-dimm-260](https://media.cinhtau.net/nuc-so-dimm-260.jpg){:class="img-responsive"} Kingston ValueRAM (2x, 8GB, DDR4-2133, SO-DIMM 260 pin)
![nuc-hdd](https://media.cinhtau.net/nuc-hdd.jpg){:class="img-responsive"} Toshiba H200 Hybrid Drive (1 TB, 8 GB MLC NAND, 5400 RPM, 64 MB Cache, 6.35 cm (2.5 ") , SATA 6 Gbit/s, HDWM110EZSTA
![samsung-m2-2280](https://media.cinhtau.net/samsung-m2-2280.jpg){:class="img-responsive"} Samsung 850 EVO (250GB, M.2 2280), MZ-N5E250BW