A product tear down is the act of disassembling a product, such that it helps to identify its component parts. Small Form Factor PCs are built to take less space on your desktop. They are typically less expensive and less powerful that PCs that require a full-size case. However, SFF PCs can also contain high end processors and powerful features.
In this video we’ll tear down a Pentium Class SFF PC to find out how it’s built. We’ll also explore expansion possibilities and build quality. The audience for this video will include SFF PC owners who want to know more about their machines and potential purchasers of a small form factor PC. We’ll also look at installing a fanless PCI video card in this machine.
The background music by Evan Schaeffer, https://soundcloud.com/evanschaeffer (Thank You!).