A bad news in advance: The cirrus 7 nimbus release will be postponed for one month until the end of June. Our preparations are in full swing, but unfortunately we can not keep up to the original date.

We are overwhelmed by the high response after the announcement. I had not expected such high demand from all over the world. Thanks to all interested parties! The most frequently asked questions in particular to the starting price I will answer here.


The cooling conceptt

The cirrus 7 nimbus is built in the sandwich principle. Various layers of lasered aluminum are stacked into a heatsink housing. A simple and cost-efficient design is the idea behind the concept. It works without heatpipes.


Another advantage is that you can build cirrus 7 nimbus at different heights. A lamella layer is 12mm high. With each layer, the passive cooling performance improves.














Pre-order consideration

Due to the high demand, delivery bottlenecks may occur after release. We therefore offer all interested parties an interest in buying interest preorder@cirrus7.com to write.

It is NOT a binding order. Interested parties who leave a pre-order message will be notified early on availability and preferred to handle other orders.


  • Mainboard: Intel DQ77KB
  • CPU: G1610T (499.- €) / G2020T (538.- €) / i3 3220T (588.- €) / i5 3470T (648.- €) / i5 3570T (668.- €) / i7 3770T (758.- €)
  • Pre-configured standard equipment: 4GB RAM / 60GB mSATA SSD
  • OS: Ubuntu 13.04 / Ubuntu 12.04 / Windows 8


  • 1x HDMI
  • 1x DisplayPort
  • 4x USB 3.0 + 4x USB 2.0
  • 2x Intel GBit LAN


  • 1x mSATA
  • 2x 2.5“ 7mm SATA-III


  • WLAN + Bluetooth: Optional
  • VESA / wall bracket: optional
  • vPro + KVM over IP: ab core i5

Power consumption

  • Idle: 16W
  • max: depending on the CPU 30-65W

Shipping and availability outside Germany

  • Shipping within Germany: free
  • Europe(EU): 19,99€
  • Outside EU: on request


Due to the expected availability of matching boards, a Haswell version is unlikely to be released before Q4 / 2013. Intel will most likely release low-end Haswell variants later, as Ivy-Bridge did.

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