I've just completed my NUC7i5BNH build with Windows 10 64 bit Pro to replace my old AMD Phenom X4-955/AMD 7970 graphics card PC. While my old PC was more than sufficient for my needs I wanted to replace the old Corsair tower with a small form factor and I don't play PC games these days. Having been using the NUC for a couple of days I am very pleased with the performance for normal use (email, browser, Word, Excel) and how quiet and cool (temperature wise) the unit is. I have freed up considerable space under and around my desk.
I have installed BIOS 0046 and the latest drivers from the Intel download site as of 11 May 2017. The HDMI connector was already on firmware 1.66 and so did not need updating. note: I disabled WiFi, Infrared and the micro SD card slot in the BIOS as I don't use them. I made no other changes in the BIOS.
For anyone interested I have listed the components I used below and have had no compatibility issues connecting my Dell monitor either via USB-C/DisplayPort or HDMI 2.0 cable.
Intel NUC7i5BNH Mini PC NUC Kit
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 32GB Kit (16GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/s (PC4-21300) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin: BLS2K16G4S26BFSD
Samsung 512GB 960 PRO M.2 Internal SSD: MZ-V6P512BW
Samsung 1TB 850 Evo 2.5" SATA III SSD: MZ-75E1T0B/AM
Pioneer Slim Portable USB 3.0 BD/DVD/CD External Slot Burner: BDR-XS06
Dell 3440x1440 34" monitor: U3415W
Plugable USB-C to DisplayPort Adapter Cable - 6 feet
Amazon Basics High-Speed HDMI Cable - 3 Feet
Sony MDR-ZX770BT bluetooth headset (no specific drivers)
Jabra Speak 510 USB speakerphone (Jabra Direct 3.7)
Logitech C930e web cam (no specific drivers)
Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic keyboard (Microsoft Mouse & Keyboard Center 2.8.106)
Logitech Performance MX mouse (Logitech SetPoint 6.67.83_64)
I will also be switching back to a dual monitor setup by connecting a Dell 27" U2717D monitor when it arrives next week.
The only issue I have found is related to a bug in the latest version of Windows (version 1703/build 15063.296) which is resulting in non-Windows (e.g. linux) machines not being displayed in File Explorer network browsing. This appears to be an issue relating to Samba/SMB/NetBios similar to the issue from Nov 2015. I do not believe the issue is related to the NUC or Intel drivers and the non-Windows machines can still be connected to by typing \\machine-name