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  • New EPIA Nano-ITX photos

    Check this out guys :

    http://www.epiacenter.com/modules.ph...rticle&sid=343

    Looks like the nano's are getting very close to finished products!

    Woo hoo

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    ::THUMP:: that was my jaw hitting the floor....
    ,./(0)3

    '04 Canyon 4x4 pickup

    [---PC on hold----working on external fiberglass "tool" box---]

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    • #3
      oh my... mmm mmm good
      Car: 2000 Audi A4 Avant 1.8t
      Carputer 2.0: removed. Back to stock.

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      • #4

        I want one
        Needstorage
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        Who the hell is general failure?!?
        And what the f@#k is he doing reading my drive C:\?

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        • #5
          niceee

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          • #6
            Look at the component density!.....Amazing



            Hell I want one too. NOW

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            • #7
              no this is my jaw hitting the floor

              12cm x 12cm man now i can put 1 just about anywhere
              -Jesus- King of Kings Lord of Lords

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              • #8
                What sorta power connector is that ? doesnt look like an atx standard

                Jan
                Not doing carpc anymore

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                • #9
                  They will include an ATX adapter like this one shown here (working nano in last E3)

                  Damn the hdd is bigger than the nano. Wow
                  Attached Files

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                  • #10
                    Now how in the world am I going to fit my Monster II VooDoo card on that little thing?
                    www.DurangoSUV.com

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                    • #11
                      With a big hammer and duck tape
                      Not doing carpc anymore

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                      • #12
                        And then smooth the edges with a dremel....

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                        • #13
                          My first thought was, "Damn, that heatsink is enormous!"

                          Then, I remembered that the board is really, really small, so the heatsink is probably typical size.

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                          • #14
                            The cool part is that this thing has the potential to outperform any known EPIA (except the P4 - ITX). I mean DDR400 memory, SATA etc. WOW

                            They say at VIA that the 1GHz model will be passively cooled also. WOW again

                            Specs here.

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                            • #15
                              Will it be faster than the M10000 then?

                              I am waiting on this for my next project. I have bought a CD changer and ripped out all its guts and kept the one thing I wanted, the shock absorbing frame. It has a frame within a frame and they are coupled with these little shock absorbers. My nano itx will go into the inner frame, along with the drive etc. The 10000 is too big for the frame.

                              Anyone know the big question - when will it hit stores and what will the CPU be?
                              .//Daren
                              (Epia M10000/C134) (C137/MII 10000) Liliput /Opus 150W/DVD/512MB/80GB/Hummer H1
                              MediaCar/CoPilot7/Routis

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