What is your specific question? Did you try installing it and it didn't work? Or are you asking for similar experiences before you purchase it?
I was wondering if anyone has used applicants extender. and if anyone knows if it works. would be great if someone who works at Intel or another hae expe- rience of this
Intel's Technical Marketing Engineers (TMEs) will typically add entries to the Compatibility List (here: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-034985.htm) if they try using something.
okay. i take a look on that and se if I finde some info
I am getting a bit disappointed and iriterad that it's not fine someone who works at Intel, which can refer back to my question here in the forum
I am a former Intel employee (I'm retired now). There's a few things to be said. First of all, this is first and foremost a user-to-user support forum; there is no guarantee that Intel's Customer Support folks will respond to every single query. They try to cover everything they can. If you really, really want an answer from Intel, you need to contact Intel Customer Support directly (use phone or chat service). Complaining here accomplishes nothing. Secondly, this is a niche product that you are asking about. I rather doubt that any of the Intel Customer Support folks will have ever seen one of these cards anyway. There are many, many, many products out there that could potentially be used in this socket; Intel cannot test every single one of them (it would certainly be cost prohibitive to attempt to do so). If you purchase one of these cards and it doesn't work, we here in the community, as well as Intel's support folks, will try to help you figure out why and see if there is something that can be done about it. That's all that can be promised.
One question I have is whether there is physically room in the chassis for this card. You need to check this out. It may take a modified or custom chassis to fit it in...
Okay, I thank you for help.I understand that this is a different product I work with than are normal for many of you here on the forum. though I thought it was an easy question for you on the intel to answer whether it fits with this adapter in NUC5i5mybe Pattern 2 SSD card slot so I can make it work. I understand that not everyone knows what this is.I have already sent a question to Customer Support Directly without reply. so I ask for help on the forum. yes there is space Physically room in the chassis for this card. so it's not a problem.
As I said, if you really, really want to see a response from Intel Customer Support, use phone or chat to contact them. Unfortunately, as I also said, I rather doubt they will have any experience with this device to pass on.
I have written to them and received responses. it seems that no one knows or can something about the matter in question. so I get swelling guess at what to do. or I get swellable test me out and see how it will work with what I intend to build. Unfortunately, it will be to go the hard way to support thought I would take the matter up in the forum to see if there is anyone here who can come up with any good or useful information and hope that someone has tried to build something similar. Though at the same time, I would of course not reveal too much about what works with the project. I do not want others to build what I'm working on. Then this may be something maybe I will sell at term
I understand what you are saying, but what you need to understand is that the only way that the list of compatible and incompatible devices will get updates is when users report their successes and failures. If everyone holds their cards this close, we all lose out...
Well I understand what you say. though what I wanted to answer was whether it could be that they komponeter I asked if could imagine working together. and if these adapters could fit in the Pattern 2 SSD palace that sits on NUC5i5mybe computer. I remember thinking that if you are on the intel people could answer on.I hope that maybe you could take the time to check out some more of those things I wrote about and see if you think they can work with my Intel NUC5i5mybe computer
I live in Sweden and there are not so many here who know nothing a Intel NUC computers right now. So I must turn to you to Intel in the US to get answers to my questions.
The Intel® NUC Kit 5i5MYBE has 2x M.2 slots and 1x SATA 6.0 Gb/s. It is possible to attach the MM4U-DB4U card to the NUC and use the 1x SATA port for the hard drive. It will not possible to add the wireless card to the NUC.
The NUC has 2 wires; they are the antenna for WIFI ready; using this card you will need to add the mobile antennas. The recommendation would be creating your own chassis or get an option similar to the manufacturers Cardia Networks Rough NUC-IPC platforms or Logic Supply IoT Gateway Solution. Please check the link below: Intel® NUC Ecosystem Enabling Specification
The technical product specification of Intel® NUC Kit 5i5MYBE is below:
Thanks Mike C
it is precisely the information that I have wondered all the time. and now finally I got the answer I had udrat over all the time that no one else could answer
thanks once again for the positive response. so now I keep working on my projects I have plans to implement
Sincerely Magnus Eriksson.
hey what's kind antenna type, it is on these contacts to this card I need these connectors to connect external vehicle antenna 7260NGW (Intel® Dual Band Wireless AC 7260 802.11ac Dual Band, 2x2 Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 *)
Sincerely Magnus Eriksson