The folks over at Silent PC Review have been putting computers through their paces for over a decade. Their focus, as their name would suggest, falls on PCs specifically-designed for low noise operation, which has led to detailed overviews of a wide range of fanless industrial computers, silent consumer-grade systems, alternative cooling solutions and other whisper-quiet components. Late last year Mike and his team featured our ML400G-50 Mini-ITX system, this time around they’ve applied their extensive testing regimen to the Thin Mini-ITX ML210G-10, saying in part that,

The ML210G-10 is considerably more efficient than any mini-ITX board we’ve tested thus far. Idle power is especially low, nearly matching the most power efficient NUC at just 7W AC.

Under high loads, it is the most energy efficient PC we’ve reviewed – in nearly 13 years of testing.

Head over to SPCR to read the full review and see how the ML210G-10 stacks up against other small form factor PCs.