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  • NewEgg is now selling all EPIA Boards including the 10000

    Just noticed this today...

    The M1000 is $34 more than the 9000.
    Sounds like a pricey for just a speed bump of 66MHz.

    The are also selling the CLE266 Motherboard with a CPU socket. Standard Micro-ATX Type.
    I still think they should have provided an AGP Slot on this one. A ATi AIW VE is the best you can do in the aftermarket for it as far as video goes...

    http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...tby=14&order=1

    -Mario

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    • #3
      Heh, beat me to the punch, I was just browsing newegg (as I do too often ) and noticed the same thing.
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      • #4
        I feel the same about the core, but it's just a speed bump and not the new highly anticipated core from VIA.

        Although it's good to see all my *****in' to NewEgg about carrying those finally paid off...

        Maybe now they will carry the new versions as they come out...

        -Mario

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        • #5
          Re: NewEgg is now selling all EPIA Boards including the 10000

          Originally posted by m3rdpwr
          Just noticed this today...

          The M1000 is $34 more than the 9000.
          Sounds like a pricey for just a speed bump of 66MHz.

          The are also selling the CLE266 Motherboard with a CPU socket. Standard Micro-ATX Type.
          I still think they should have provided an AGP Slot on this one. A ATi AIW VE is the best you can do in the aftermarket for it as far as video goes...

          http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...tby=14&order=1

          -Mario
          It would have been nice if they included a tv-out on it too.. My father wants me to build him a cd ripping & burning station. It would have been perfect for that.
          aka Kumaneko
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          • #6
            I'll assume you are talking about the socketed version.

            I was thinking the same...

            -Mario

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            • #7
              It looks like the soceted version isn't there now :/ I was thinking of picking it up for another project.. oh well.
              aka Kumaneko
              "Don't make me moderate your ***!"
              Maxima of Doom - project thread - photo gallery
              mp3car system is currently FUBAR and finances do not allow for a correction of that situation
              Real computer hackers use a rotary cutting tool on their motherboard.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ShinkunoNamida
                It looks like the soceted version isn't there now :/ I was thinking of picking it up for another project.. oh well.
                http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproduc...ription=cle266

                The one on the top for $66.

                Keep in mind it's micro ATX, but it has all the latest goodies except for s-video and composite...

                -Mario

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                • #9
                  What is cnr slot for?
                  aka Kumaneko
                  "Don't make me moderate your ***!"
                  Maxima of Doom - project thread - photo gallery
                  mp3car system is currently FUBAR and finances do not allow for a correction of that situation
                  Real computer hackers use a rotary cutting tool on their motherboard.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ShinkunoNamida
                    What is cnr slot for?
                    CNR= Commumication Network Riser.

                    Sort of what Intel did, bit VIA's implementation.

                    It's supposed to be a low cost interface for communications devices. Meant more for an OEM thing, but I doubt you'll find much for it...

                    -Mario

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