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    Maximum Bitrate Woofnstuff's Avatar
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    having the same board as you .. i will tell you when mine arrives... hopfully next week.
    it in theory should use the same or less power under load and in idle as cpu is much lower wattage

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    having the D201GLY and being quite happy with it, except
    1. no s3 standby
    2. weak graphics
    3. slow bios post time

    it this better with this board?

    and how do i plug power with it - still 20 pin plus 4 pin dc connectors?

    and what energy consumption is it having (>30 watts idle)

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    mine is now sitting on the desk beside me...

    5.1 audio 2 front panel, 4 pin headers
    spdif out
    8xusb 4 front 4 pin headers
    VGA
    Svideo
    2x sata (3 GB sata)
    1x IDE
    1GB lan

    will be powering it up tomorrow

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    I can't find anywhere in the States that has it listed yet.

    Let us know how it goes.

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    ill do a few bench tests too with my old little valley board, as im building this up fresh and selling my current built up pc to a mate

    tomorrow

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    Yeah someone has one.
    let us know what the power drain is like at full. just so i know what PSU to look for

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    i would guess a 60 or 80W psu would be heaps

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    is that on the 12v ?
    looking like an m3 will be up o the job then

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    So... has anyone managed to find a retailer for this yet?

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    well POST is nice and fast, and general windows use seems fine...

    win XP pro sp2 installed easy as, I rolled the drivers etc in with nlite first.

    will do some bench tests atom vs my little valley later today

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