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Thread: Intel D945GCLF2 Dual-Core Atom

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    Yes, I have the latest BIOS (0150), still issues with USB devices

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    Does anybody else find that this boards quite temperntial ?
    its been in the car for a couple of months now.
    every so often it frezzes and restarts itself. now the hard disc is a 3.5" at the min as i had a spare in the house so fitted that. however the case itself is only half bolted onto the back seats as when i went to put in the rivi nuts i found that there was no real metal behind and so theres only the 2 top bolts holding it in place

    so ive not worked out if its the board, hard disc or the mounting.
    sometimes it works fine done a 90 mile trip never crashed once yet ive done a short 10 mile one and crashed 5 times.
    currently tring to source a new case as the one ive got is more disged for server racks so aloough thin (45mm i think) its rather long. and a laptop drive for it as running out of space on the main computer in the house so could do with getting the HD in it
    Prob 60% complete

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    Replaced the 40x40x10mm northbridge fan with a SilenX 14dBA 5 CFM and I'm happy to report, it's very quiet! I thought I'd share this info in case others are interested.



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    Disable onboard graphic

    Hi, any one know if there is a way to disable (not only in the device manager) the onboard gfx? I use a PCI gfx (ATI FireMV 2200) and I don't need the onboard gfx. The gfx heat sink gets pretty hot even when I don't use it. I can't find a setting in the BIOS for disabling the onboard gfx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrLove View Post
    Hi, any one know if there is a way to disable (not only in the device manager) the onboard gfx? I use a PCI gfx (ATI FireMV 2200) and I don't need the onboard gfx. The gfx heat sink gets pretty hot even when I don't use it. I can't find a setting in the BIOS for disabling the onboard gfx.
    the only way to disable the chip itself would have to be through the BIOS.. if there is no option, then you prob can't do it

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    There should be an option for which graphics device to use first in the BIOS. That chip is more than graphics though, it handles memory access and basically all traffic to the CPU from everywhere else passes through it. As it is designed on an old process, it will likely always be rather warm. What we need is a board using Atom and a matching low-power chipset.

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    Question Composite video found?

    Quote Originally Posted by dschu View Post
    The composite signal can be found on the on the second pin from the right (bottom row).
    I could not find any composite video output in ANY pin of the S-video connector in this motherboard, either. Just the separated luma and chroma signals, and once enabled TV out in the Intel driver config.

    Can you reconfirm you did find composite video in the second pin from the right (bottom row), as you say? Because maybe my MB is defective, then! Or am I missing addtitional configurations?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotavalla View Post
    I could not find any composite video output in ANY pin of the S-video connector in this motherboard, either. Just the separated luma and chroma signals, and once enabled TV out in the Intel driver config.

    Can you reconfirm you did find composite video in the second pin from the right (bottom row), as you say? Because maybe my MB is defective, then! Or am I missing addtitional configurations?

    Thanks!
    Hi,

    Initially I couldn't find the composite signal either, but that was because I used the S-Video signals a few moments earlier - i.e. before you boot XP, you must decide whether you want to use composite or S-Video. You can't switch between them (whilst XP is running) or use both at the same time.

    So this is the pinout for the composite signal I used (view of the back panel):
    Code:
     * * *
    * * * *
    * = Ground
    * = Composite signal

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    Quote Originally Posted by dschu View Post
    Hi,

    Initially I couldn't find the composite signal either, but that was because I used the S-Video signals a few moments earlier - i.e. before you boot XP, you must decide whether you want to use composite or S-Video. You can't switch between them (whilst XP is running) or use both at the same time.

    So this is the pinout for the composite signal I used (view of the back panel):
    Code:
     * * *
    * * * *
    * = Ground
    * = Composite signal

    Thanks a lot! Tested as you said, and working!

    I did not realize that it's either S-Video or Composite, but not both at the same time. And the decision has to be taken before you boot Windows!

    It is unfortunate this is not mentioned in the documentation of the board by Intel. What a headache this issue has been for me!
    Again, THANKS A MILLION!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by strikeback03 View Post
    There should be an option for which graphics device to use first in the BIOS. That chip is more than graphics though, it handles memory access and basically all traffic to the CPU from everywhere else passes through it. As it is designed on an old process, it will likely always be rather warm. What we need is a board using Atom and a matching low-power chipset.
    What the heck are you talking about? I thought we ARE talking about an atom board here? That's what this whole thread is all about...
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