Friday 18th July 2014: 9.43am.
One of the unhelpful parts of this board is it's noisy fan which is in fact a recycled motherboard south bridge unit from back when NVidia did motherboards. As this board will be running 24/7 as a CI test slave, I need it to be silent and I came up with the solution below which is an enormous copper heatsink which fits beautifully and cost me £10 from amazon. It was a gamble it would fit actually, there is very little experience on the internet with these boards, and the product description was useless, but in fact it uses a very clever tongue and groove solution which should fit almost anything.
Here's the link:
The brass standoffs in the corners are the beginning of a case for the board - I have some acrylic and polycarbonate sheet here which will form a top and bottom to protect the electronics.
And I'll see if I can get some benchmarks for this board on here soon. It should be as fast as a low end Haswell, yes ARM chips really are becoming desktop class!