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Thread: Core Duo / Core 2 Duo Mini-ITX boards

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    I've also been looking at mini ITX boards for a couple of days now.. wish I'd found this list earlier, but here's a couple of others I think you'd be interested in. the good points and bad points are probably a bit interchangable depending on what you want it for.

    QUAD CORE (LGA775)

    280770 (www.globalamericaninc.com)
    Good points =Quad core, up to 4G ram, PCI-E x16 slot, ALC888 7.1 Channel HD Audio, four sata 2 points
    Bad points = only one expansion slot, Ram only works in single channel mode (I think)

    2807680 (www.globalamericaninc.com)
    Good points= Quad core, up to 4G Ram, ALC888 with spdif, six SATA-300 ports raid capable
    Bad points= Only has PCI slot and mini pci slot, Ram only works in single channel mode (I think)

    CORE 2 duo (mobile sockets)

    SBC86840 ( http://www.axiomtek.com/Products/Vie...asp?view=528#1 )
    Good points= PCi-e x16 and Pci-e4 slots, pci-e mini card, (apparently the Pcie-4 slot can be turned into three pcie-1 slots through some kind or riser… though I haven’t been able to find the product to do that)
    Bad points= the socket P processors are a tad expensive, not sure what the quality of the audio would be as it only says AC97 compliant.

    Fuzzy GM965 (MS-9803) MSI GM965 ( http://www.orbitmicro.com/global/fuz...id-p-4187.html ) (this site at least shows the board)
    Good points = 1x PCI-E 16x, 1x PCI Slot, 1x Mini PCI-E, Realtek ALC888 7.1 Channels HD Audio Codec (with spdif outm), supports dual channel ram up to 4 gb
    Bad points= Only 2 sata slots (but has ata-100 connector), socket p chips expensive

    There are also some a fair few dual core lga775 and dual core mobile mini itx cards on the global American inc website but I think they are fairly similar feature wise to the quad core ones above anyway.

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    mini ITX boards with built-in DC power

    Most boards take an ATX power connector but some allow for a DC-in port so we can run them off a battery.
    Does someone know of any such board that also has a PCI-E slot ?
    I only know of the AOpen i945GTt-VFA that takes a 19V DC input. Is there anyone else with a lower power requirement ?
    Cheers!

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    Commell LV-677DC, runs off the batt. and has one pcie-16x port
    Transflective Lilliput 8", LV-677DC Core Duo 1,83Ghz, , Mpegbox uSDC20D, Shuttle Express, HQCT, PG XS6600 http://carpc.boyakasha.dk

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    8 V ~ 21 V full range DC input for LV-677DC .

    The specs list 8 V ~ 21 V full range DC input for LV-677DC . But they don't mention exactly how much DC voltage is needed, how much current etc. If you have the board, any idea how much Voltage and current the DC battery needs to supply to power this ? Thanks!

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    AOpen i945GTt-VFA

    This on has built-in power as well, and can be powered from a 19V external battery. Just wondering if someone can compare the power consumption using a flash disk to hold XP and using a PCI-e card that will take one power connector..
    I live in Australia - so I don't have access to these goodies unless I buy and get them shipped or pay a huge premium for buying them from a local retailer..

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    Wow those are some nice boards...now that I need a new one...

    Has anyone seen some reviews of these?

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    very good job; respect to you !

    This is a valuable inventory for those looking for small automotive oriented mobos.

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    here u go


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    those boards are already included in the list...we also sell the J9F2 here on the store.
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    Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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    I have not measured how low the board can go, but it survives cranking, so at least lower than 11,8V which is what my batt puts out when the engine is off. I Have had mine running of a 65W ac/dc converter, with not any big problems, this was with one 3,5" HD, DVD, one usb hub, lilliput screen powered by this.
    Transflective Lilliput 8", LV-677DC Core Duo 1,83Ghz, , Mpegbox uSDC20D, Shuttle Express, HQCT, PG XS6600 http://carpc.boyakasha.dk

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