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  • New Mini-ITX board with i7 mobile!

    DFI Launches CP100-NRM Mini-ITX Industrial Motherboard
    Intended for applications requiring a stable revision-controlled platform
    or
    Intended chew bubblegum and kick ***...and it's all out of bubblegum!



    So, features:

    Processors: Intel Celeron P4500 (SV), Intel Core i5 520M (SV), Core i7 620M (SV)

    PCIe 1x or PCI (they are in the same line, so i think you can only use one of them)
    1 LVDS LCD connector (!!!)
    2 LAN
    2 DDR3 slot 800/1066
    15-pin VGA and DVI-D
    4 USB on backpanel + 4 additional
    Solid-state capacitors
    4 SATA 3.0

    Lord of the boards!!!

    More info in this pdf.

    Source: softpedia, itox.com gamechannel.hu
    Check my worklog:
    Corsa + Atom + Gentoo Linux + 9" capacitive touchscreen

    Lord of the boards: DFI CP100-NRM

    "Or you can try Ubuntu, but than don't tell everyone you are using linux,
    because it's just a secret unreleased prebeta of Windows 3829" :P

  • #2
    Now, WHERE DO I BUY?!?!

    Heck, they're already on eBay (at $400+ a pop!)

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    • #3
      More info from DFI's website
      Check my worklog:
      Corsa + Atom + Gentoo Linux + 9" capacitive touchscreen

      Lord of the boards: DFI CP100-NRM

      "Or you can try Ubuntu, but than don't tell everyone you are using linux,
      because it's just a secret unreleased prebeta of Windows 3829" :P

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      • #4
        Here's another one (they're starting to "come out of the woodwork", now!):

        ibase MI953


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        • #5
          the ibase is sexyy!!!! i wonder how much would the cost be!!? and how much wattage would it need to run an i5 or an i7 CPU?

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          • #6
            Around 20-40W, depends on model
            Check my worklog:
            Corsa + Atom + Gentoo Linux + 9" capacitive touchscreen

            Lord of the boards: DFI CP100-NRM

            "Or you can try Ubuntu, but than don't tell everyone you are using linux,
            because it's just a secret unreleased prebeta of Windows 3829" :P

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            • #7
              I believe they're limited to processors with a maximum 35w TDP, so with the power-saving features of the new Intel architecture, these should be pretty low power consumption, overall.

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              • #8
                do not want...I'd maybe go for one of these: ECS H55H-I You can send me all the money you save.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bramlet View Post
                  do not want...I'd maybe go for one of these: ECS H55H-I You can send me all the money you save.
                  But it's for i7 not for i7 mobile.
                  Check my worklog:
                  Corsa + Atom + Gentoo Linux + 9" capacitive touchscreen

                  Lord of the boards: DFI CP100-NRM

                  "Or you can try Ubuntu, but than don't tell everyone you are using linux,
                  because it's just a secret unreleased prebeta of Windows 3829" :P

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by simplex View Post
                    But it's for i7 not for i7 mobile.
                    its more for i3 and i5 really...I think there is one i7 that will work...but you are right..
                    apples to oranges.

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                    • #11
                      Guys,
                      Again, it's a pity the Zotac H55 ITX doesn't meet wit th OP's requirements, as it's a grea little board - in my opinion, it's only bested by my Commell LS-373 - much smaller footprint clinches the deal for me.

                      Both are equally good for carputer use, and the H55's better performance goes unnoticed in this application.

                      But, you do pay the premium for the industrial boards, especially the mobile-cpu versions.....

                      But then again, the stability is something to behold.
                      F6 Tornado Project Log ; HP Blackbird Watercooled Server

                      Beta Tester for Centrafuse and 3dConnexion (No business affiliation with either)

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                      • #12
                        for like $400 just for the board, way too much. however, if money is no issue to you, then my god look at what a 160w power supply can do now!

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                        • #13
                          Guys, you need to realize, that $400 buys you a lot of stability. 'm using the Commell LV-677 in a few industrial applications, with ambient running around 45 deg C, and CPU sitting at a hot 65-69 deg C, and been that way for 2 years, 24/7.

                          Acting as HMI to big processes....so...yeah......I would most likely always go for the industrial board, vs the commercial.

                          Then again, probably overkill, but so is 500 horses on the rear-threads of my UTE
                          F6 Tornado Project Log ; HP Blackbird Watercooled Server

                          Beta Tester for Centrafuse and 3dConnexion (No business affiliation with either)

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                          • #14
                            i wont argue... cars are rough on consumer hardware.

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                            • #15
                              Well, I'm committed, now... (or, is that "I oughta be committed??)

                              I just scored an i7 620M processor (QS code) for $265, shipping included. I've found an e-retailer for the ibase board for $400, but I'll be patient for a bit, and see if I can't find one a little cheaper.

                              And yes, money is no object on this build!

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