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    Intel D201GLY2 with 1.33 GHz Celeron Processor

    Is this board 1.2ghz or 1.33ghz? I have the D201GLY2...and on the box it's say 1.33ghz but in windows it's 1.2ghz. Here a pic of the box.

    [media]http://home.austin.rr.com/soloxp/images/pic/intel%20boxd20.jpg[/media]

    Do I need to call Intel about this or...is there something in the bios I miss?

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    either way its still a great board..
    from memory, if it has SATA its the 1.2 and of it only has IDE its the 1.33

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    Also, it may be clocked down, Windows will show you the speed the CPU is at right now. If the CPU decided to downclock since it was not utilized 100% then you will see a decrease
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    D201GLY uses a 1.33Ghz Celeron 215 processor

    D201GLY2 uses a 1.2Ghz Celeron 220 processor (lower hz, but faster processor). Mine reports 1.2Ghz in Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woofnstuff View Post
    either way its still a great board..
    from memory, if it has SATA its the 1.2 and of it only has IDE its the 1.33
    You right about it been a great board. I took back the VIA C7 1.500ghz because it had high cpu usage with RR and FreeIce...But this board the cpu usage is a lot lower.

    Thanks for the info guys.

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    check out the new intel boards comming out real soon too

    http://www.mini-itx.com/2008/03/06/i...based-mini-itx

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    Only four USB ports on that upcoming ATOM M/B means I'll never buy it. I'm staying away from USB hubs as they seem to cause hibernation or other issues, so having several USB ports is important to me.

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    With my D201GLY2, I ran dxdiag in Windows and it reports back an Intel Celeron 220 @ 1.2 GHz and my packaging says 1.2 GHz on the sticker.

    BlackStealth, I was a little bummed too when I realized that my D201GLY2 only had 2 USB ports, but later realized that I could add 4 more for a total of 6 by extending the USB headers on the motherboard using expansion slot mounted USB ports. So, I have 6 total. Maybe this new motherboard will offer a similar option and you'll be able to have 8 total instead of 4.

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    No such luck for the USB. It will have 4 on the I/O shield and a single header for 2 more, total of 6. But the ATOM CPU is amazing. 1.6GHz at only 4 watts! They will also release a Dual Core ATOM 1.6GHz in August that will consume just 8W
    The new BLKD945GCLF will support up to 2G of RAM in a single DIMM socket via a 2G RAM module

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    The Atom M/B that I was referring to earlier was this one (http://mini-itx.com/96533563) -- it only has 4 USB. However, the BLKD945GCLF looks good to me with 6 USB ports.

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