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I have my NUC D54250WYKH (the kind with the 2.5" bay) placed on top of my external DVD drive. The only moving part inside of the NUC is the fan. Should I be concerned about the vibrations' effect on the NUC? The NUC's rubber feet seem to do a pretty good job of dampening the vibrations.
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For compatibility reference, I am using the following hardware and it all works great:
SSD: Crucial M550 512GB mSATA Internal Solid State Drive CT512M550SSD3*
RAM: Crucial 8GB Kit DDR3 1600 MT/s CL11 SODIMM 204-Pin 1.35V/1.5V Single Ranked Notebook Memory CT2CP51264BF160BJ**
Monitor (and speakers): Connected as the HDMI input to my Asus ET2203 all-in-one PC
Nothing in the 2.5" drive bay
* I copied the Intel Rapid Storage drivers to a flash drive and "F6" installed them while installing Windows. Works like a charm.
** Note the "J" at the end of the RAM model number. This means that it's high-density (it's a 4GBx2 kit and there are four rectangular chips per each side of each SoDIMM--not the eight square chips per side as with the non-J kit). I read elsewhere that the non-J model causes intermittent crashes for some people.