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Cirrus7 Nimbus fanless, Linux-friendly PC has a heatsink for a case

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PC maker Cirrus7 plans to ship a new fanless desktop computer by the end of June. It’s called the Nimbus, and it looks more like a heatsink than a PC, because that’s basically what the entire case is.

Each piece of the case is a layer of laser-cut aluminum designed to dissipate heat from the processor and other components without the use of any moving parts. That means the little PC keeps both cool and quiet while it operates.

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