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    What is the best EPIA board to get? I was looking at the EPIA N700-15 for my setup. Is there a better one then this? I see there are other N series boards. But none with a 1.5ghz.

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    Why do you want an EPIA board? The Intel boards are much better/faster/lower power. Take a look at the D945GCLF2.
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    do they fit in a Nano board case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipmaster View Post
    do they fit in a Nano board case?
    No.

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    I'm looking for a nano board for a project and this is the only board I found that fits my requirements

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    Maybe you can look for Commell 3.5" motherboards somethink like LS-372 or LS-373...

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    Sorry - didn't get that you wanted a Nano-ITX.
    Quote Originally Posted by ghettocruzer View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Dejan_ View Post
    Maybe you can look for Commell 3.5" motherboards somethink like LS-372 or LS-373...
    Word of warning to the thread starter, the Commell boards are NOT cheap. I'd go as far to say that they are ridiculously over-priced.

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    what do the Commell boards usually go for? I'm looking for a board to build a low powered server. I've looked at the MSI GM45 Core 2 Duo Mobile Mini-ITX Mainboard. It is also a core 2 duo board. Which one is a better board

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    I don't have the information any longer, but the last time I pulled a quote it was something like $399.

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