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Intel NUC - Haswell (4th Generation CPU)
#76
Is WOL confirmed for the NUC from S5? Still haven't had any concrete answers yet..

And can you use the internal pulse eight HDMI-CEC? or should I go external just to be safe?

Plan on picking one up for Xmas.
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#77
(2013-11-03, 07:26)Javlin Wrote: Is WOL confirmed for the NUC from S5? Still haven't had any concrete answers yet..

I haven't read anything about WOL, maybe this is just a step too far for reviewers to set up. Once they start shipping and people get to play around with them I'm sure we'll have some concrete answers.

(2013-11-03, 07:26)Javlin Wrote: And can you use the internal pulse eight HDMI-CEC? or should I go external just to be safe?

I'm not familiar with HDMI-CEC but this might be useful to you? Haven't read anything else regarding HDMI-CEC and this NUC though...

http://missingremote.com/review/intel-nuc-kit-d54250wyk
Quote:Once freed from the chassis the included heatsink and fan (HSF) is the most dominant feature on the underside of the board, but it also includes Intel’s custom solutions, or HTPC, header which provides access to HDMI CEC and the REC_LED functionality. Unfortunately a more forgiving chassis with space for the Pulse-Eight internal CEC adapter is not yet available, so it was not possible to test this feature. When one does appear, we’ll be sure to grab a 2.0mm-to-2.4mm USB adapter and give it a go.

http://missingremote.com/news/2013-09-18...tpc-header
Quote:If you saw the recent Intel Haswell NUC D54250WYK announcment and thought "hey, that would make a pretty slick HTPC" - go ahead and sit down. Not only does it have all the good stuff like IR, SATA, USB 3.0, etc. that we mentioned before. It also has the HTPC_HEADER on board.

Unfortunately, there isn't space in the stock chassis to mount the Pulse-Eight internal CEC adapter so a custom enclosure will be required to get the most out of it. That said, frankly I don't care - this is awesome news!

Hopefully someone steps up to make a suitible enclosure or we will have to do something on Kickstarter Smile.
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#78
(2013-11-03, 07:26)Javlin Wrote: And can you use the internal pulse eight HDMI-CEC? or should I go external just to be safe?

I have the external, I have no idea if there is enough space to get the internal one in...space looks tight. Obviously the wise move would be to just wait and see, but something tells me from the pictures I've seen it would possibly be a struggle. The communication from pulse 8 is pretty good, so I'm sure they can let you know sizes.
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#79
(2013-11-04, 01:18)ChopD Wrote:
(2013-11-03, 07:26)Javlin Wrote: And can you use the internal pulse eight HDMI-CEC? or should I go external just to be safe?

I have the external, I have no idea if there is enough space to get the internal one in...space looks tight. Obviously the wise move would be to just wait and see, but something tells me from the pictures I've seen it would possibly be a struggle. The communication from pulse 8 is pretty good, so I'm sure they can let you know sizes.

Does this not suggest there isn't enough space Tongue?

Quote:Unfortunately, there isn't space in the stock chassis to mount the Pulse-Eight internal CEC adapter so a custom enclosure will be required to get the most out of it.
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#80
Thanks for digging up the info guys I'm holding off to see if there is a bigger case announced.
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#81
(2013-11-04, 07:07)Javlin Wrote: Thanks for digging up the info guys I'm holding off to see if there is a bigger case announced.

I wonder if the bigger case are fanless ?
if not the impatics case looks great.
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#82
(2013-11-04, 01:21)Platypus2 Wrote: Does this not suggest there isn't enough space Tongue?
Quote:Unfortunately, there isn't space in the stock chassis to mount the Pulse-Eight internal CEC adapter so a custom enclosure will be required to get the most out of it.

Apologies, I somehow missed this.....I think I just scanned your post and thought it related to something else.

So yeah, looks like I was right then Wink
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#83
(2013-11-02, 20:40)voip-ninja Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:30)detroitjb Wrote: hey everyone, I am looking into replacing my 1st gen WDTV live with one of these boxes as well, the i3 version. I know it has IR capabilities so I can control it with my Harmone One remote, correct? How do I go about doing so though? How do you map buttons on the remote to the NUC so various menus/functions in XBMC work correctly? Through logitech's Harmony One software or some other means?

Thanks!

You just tell your Harmony One that you have a Windows Media Center remote control, which works natively with XBMC, and should work fine with the NUC IR. None of that will be 100% confirmed until the boxes start shipping and people try it out.

I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.
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#84
(2013-11-04, 19:11)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:40)voip-ninja Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:30)detroitjb Wrote: hey everyone, I am looking into replacing my 1st gen WDTV live with one of these boxes as well, the i3 version. I know it has IR capabilities so I can control it with my Harmone One remote, correct? How do I go about doing so though? How do you map buttons on the remote to the NUC so various menus/functions in XBMC work correctly? Through logitech's Harmony One software or some other means?

Thanks!

You just tell your Harmony One that you have a Windows Media Center remote control, which works natively with XBMC, and should work fine with the NUC IR. None of that will be 100% confirmed until the boxes start shipping and people try it out.

I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.

Hmm what drivers? The only ones I found were 'Infrared: Nuvoton* Consumer Infrared (CIR) Driver for Intel NUC'. Google seems to think that its only needed for 'Nuvoton' remotes?

Also we are talking about the new haswell NUCs that have built in IR, your NUC has had IR added to it, I don't know if there is any difference to this?
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#85
(2013-11-04, 19:11)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:40)voip-ninja Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:30)detroitjb Wrote: hey everyone, I am looking into replacing my 1st gen WDTV live with one of these boxes as well, the i3 version. I know it has IR capabilities so I can control it with my Harmone One remote, correct? How do I go about doing so though? How do you map buttons on the remote to the NUC so various menus/functions in XBMC work correctly? Through logitech's Harmony One software or some other means?

Thanks!

You just tell your Harmony One that you have a Windows Media Center remote control, which works natively with XBMC, and should work fine with the NUC IR. None of that will be 100% confirmed until the boxes start shipping and people try it out.

I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.

Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Media-Rem...box+remote
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#86
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote: Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

I really like the design of this remote but I wonder how well it works in OE? Is the button mapping good out of the box?And is it customizable by changing the Lircmap/remote.xml like every other IR-Remote?
HTPC LibreELEC 9.0 - Xperience1080+
RPi3 LibreELEC Milhouse build - Arctic Zephyr
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#87
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote:
(2013-11-04, 19:11)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-02, 20:40)voip-ninja Wrote: You just tell your Harmony One that you have a Windows Media Center remote control, which works natively with XBMC, and should work fine with the NUC IR. None of that will be 100% confirmed until the boxes start shipping and people try it out.

I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.

Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Media-Rem...box+remote

Before I buy another remote, can you confirm that it works with the http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F3F3...UTF8&psc=1 using OpenElec?

Thanks

(2013-11-05, 06:54)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote:
(2013-11-04, 19:11)Selene Wrote: I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.

Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Media-Rem...box+remote

Before I buy another remote, can you confirm that it works with the http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F3F3...UTF8&psc=1 using OpenElec?

Thanks

Sorry, I dont know how to edit: I forgot to include that i don't want an additional IR receiver, I mean the built in one
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#88
(2013-11-05, 00:32)[email protected] Wrote:
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote: Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

I really like the design of this remote but I wonder how well it works in OE? Is the button mapping good out of the box?And is it customizable by changing the Lircmap/remote.xml like every other IR-Remote?

Works great with openelec...
I used it without needing to edit remote.xml ..

It also can be used to change the input and volume of the tv Smile

Its a really great - small - black - cheap remote..
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#89
(2013-11-05, 06:54)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote:
(2013-11-04, 19:11)Selene Wrote: I bought this http://www.amazon.com/SANOXY%C2%AE-Windo...994&sr=8-1
and it doesn't seem to work with my i3 NUC on OpenELC with the built in IR. I see on the intel website there's IR drivers. I'm hoping there's a remote or something that works with OpenELEC.

Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Media-Rem...box+remote

Before I buy another remote, can you confirm that it works with the http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F3F3...UTF8&psc=1 using OpenElec?

Thanks

(2013-11-05, 06:54)Selene Wrote:
(2013-11-05, 00:15)solamnic Wrote: Get the Xbox black remote....
works with Openelec out of the Box...

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Media-Rem...box+remote

Before I buy another remote, can you confirm that it works with the http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F3F3...UTF8&psc=1 using OpenElec?

Thanks

Sorry, I dont know how to edit: I forgot to include that i don't want an additional IR receiver, I mean the built in one

You are the only one here with the new NUC so you are going to get to play guinea pig till more people get them.
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#90
Quote:You are the only one here with the new NUC so you are going to get to play guinea pig till more people get them.

I'm almost certain he doesn't have it...the only people that do are reviewers and they have prototypes. They have also had them since late September / early October so he's been pretty quiet if he does in fact have one. I figured he has one of the ivy ones and added an IR to it. Please correct me if I'm wrong, Selene
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