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Thread: Anyone try the Intel D945GCLF (with integrated Atom 1.6Ghz CPU)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijk View Post
    Is there any US company that is selling this heatsink?

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    what do you mean by vga noise if you dont mind me asking?

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    now the board seems gr8 - how do u intend to get the display??
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    Quote Originally Posted by noIQ View Post
    Is there any US company that is selling this heatsink?
    Zalman's NB cooler family might be ok, but a DIY clip is required:

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    Can any one help me getting display to RCA??
    as in if i use this mobo- how do i get the video out..
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    256MB RAM
    80GB HardDrive
    DVDROM
    ATI Radeon 9200
    ATI Remote Wonder
    235 ATX SMPS
    500VA UPS
    300W DC to AC Inverter
    ::FRONTEND:: I need suggestions please
    ::OPERATING SYSTEM:: TinyXP

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    Thread is a bit dated, but I just thought I would report back. I changed from a VIA VB7001 to this Intel Atom board. This board is very stable and runs my carPC setup flawlessly.

    I ordered another one to use in the house for media storage & light HTPC use.

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    Same here, i replaced my VIA VB7001 with the D945GCLF, and love it so far. Centrafuse with iGuidance and music playing in the background shows 2% CPU usage while on 2GB of RAM and running off of Windows 2000.

    My only problem so far is the boot issue, i'm using the M1 ATX power supply, and when I turn the car back on the MB does not power up by it self but I have to manually hit the reset switch, which does not bring the system out of hibernation but resets the whole system, which takes 60 minutes to end at the centrafuse main screen.

    But video is smooth like butter, and stays cool like fonzie!

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    PCI Riser and Intel D945GCLF / D945GCLF2 Atom

    It took me many hours to figure out which jumper configuration works, but I figured out how to use the VIA 1 to 2 PCI Riser VIA-EXT with the Intel Atom boards:



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    If you are looking at the riser, PCI gold fingers down, there is a grid of pins 3 rows x 6 columns. The jumper should be vertical between the pins 3rd column right on the lower 2 rows. If you received your riser and haven't moved the jumper yet, just move it left one pin. You can see an image of the riser here at mini-box.com

    I hope I added enough keywords that the search bots get this... I searched for weeks to find this info!!!

    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by srp365 View Post
    It took me many hours to figure out which jumper configuration works, but I figured out how to use the VIA 1 to 2 PCI Riser VIA-EXT with the Intel Atom boards:



    ......
    ::|:::


    If you are looking at the riser, PCI gold fingers down, there is a grid of pins 3 rows x 6 columns. The jumper should be vertical between the pins 3rd column right on the lower 2 rows. If you received your riser and haven't moved the jumper yet, just move it left one pin. You can see an image of the riser here at mini-box.com

    I hope I added enough keywords that the search bots get this... I searched for weeks to find this info!!!

    Enjoy

    So youve got 2 PCI cards hooked up now?? Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by farobaba View Post
    Same here, i replaced my VIA VB7001 with the D945GCLF, and love it so far. Centrafuse with iGuidance and music playing in the background shows 2% CPU usage while on 2GB of RAM and running off of Windows 2000.

    My only problem so far is the boot issue, i'm using the M1 ATX power supply, and when I turn the car back on the MB does not power up by it self but I have to manually hit the reset switch, which does not bring the system out of hibernation but resets the whole system, which takes 60 minutes to end at the centrafuse main screen.

    But video is smooth like butter, and stays cool like fonzie!
    I want to upgrade to this board but I also have a M1-ATX. Is there a workaround for this issue?
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