I apologize for the inconvenience that this NUC could cause. Intel® is aware of some issues with the Skylake NUCs.
I would like to proceed with your case and in order to do that I would need you to install the Download Intel® System Support Utility and run it. Once done, please attach the file and we can continue.
While i am waiting my NUC, that's what i feel...
thx for your quick response. I now want to attach the file like you suggested. Like you can see im running the old BIOS 28 at the moment, because with BIOS 33 my first NUC died (WHEA). Now with BIOS 28 there are a few freezes. It was getting realy hot one time and crashed, but after that the NUC was booting normal. At the moment have a bad feeling using the NUC so I'm working on my Notebook. Hoping everyday Intel says that the have found the problem and perhaps I can get an NUC without problems. An additional information: The NUC freezes one time, when i was trying to use a SD card with the reader.
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>>It was getting realy hot one time and crashed<<
Heat is what I believed caused the " uncorrectible" in my first 6i5. I started it up and checked the fan a few days later. Quite as a mouse. Thought Intel had fixed the noisy fan problem. Within three weeks got the WEHA. Checked BIOS and chip was 90 C. Heat should not have hurt the chip but it could have cooked some other component? RMA same.
In the replacement NUC I installed RWMonitor. Since then I have applied every modification/update offered by Intel including disabling C state.
Right now my Value temps are 40C, out of box 50C. Video Temps are stable at 55c, out of box around 65C. Fan ( Blower ) now 3050 RPMs.
I do gets spikes as high as 72C but they are so fast the eye can hardly notice them.
My NUC was manufactured 20Jan 2016. I have only had it on line 5 days.
provo44, thank you for your feedback.
Kassiopeia, I understand your concern with this NUC and updating the BIOS to the latest version, but the fact the NUC is getting hot and restarting itself is not normal, and I would like you to try updating the BIOS to the following version; Download BIOS Update [SYSKLi35.86A], I would also recommend updating your Intel® HD Graphics version to the following; Download Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics Driver for Windows 7*, 8.1*, and Windows® 10 for Intel® NUC6i[x]SY. Please, give them a try and let me know if the issue persists.
Could you please provide me with the RAM part number that you are using?