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    Cool super dooper intel atom motherboard

    hey all...
    i just came across a motherboard with intel atom 330 processor which supports memory upto 4gb. there are 2 pci slots and 1 pci-e slot too... no other atom motherboard offers that much.

    check it out here-
    http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/spec/ATOM-GM1-330.pdf
    IT CAN ALSO BE OVERCLOCKED. Its stable at 158 FSB which runs the CPU at 1.9GHz instead of the stock speed of 1.6GHz (133FSB)

    have a look at here-
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813153144



    BUT GUYS, PLEASE HELP, I WANT A GRAPHICS CARD AND A SOUND CARD COMPATIBLE WITH THIS MOTHERBOARD. PLEASE HELP ME OUT.

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    There's about 45 different PCI video cards on newegg. Google will result in even more results. Sound cards are usually PCI so there are a lot of options for that as well. I would just search around a little.
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    Any PCI or PCI-E card will work, what are you having trouble with?
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    Actually, not every PCI-E card will work on that motherboard.
    Most PCI-E video cards are PCI-E 16x, and this motherboard has none o those type slots.


    I want to know why anam_funny feels the need for video other than what is onboard.
    I'm curious about the need for another sound card, as well, but the reasons for an additional sound card are easier for me to fathom than the need for a video card.

    Honestly, unless you're going to run something graphics-heavy in the car (most of us don't), you don't need more than onboard video.
    And unless you're an audiophile with specific criteria you have to meet, I suggest trying out the onboard sound and se if it is suitable for you. If not, then shop for another sound card.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    every jetway motherboard I've tried bleeds the data coming from my GPS module connected to COM2 (or COM3) thru to the mouse, causing the mouse to not function properly,
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    Unless you really need the lower power, once you move to uATX it would seem you might as well go with real desktop processors, then you do get things like a PCI-E x16 slot and often improved onboard audio.

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    Actually tbh I don't know of any PCI-E x 1 video cards the only things I've seen those slots used for are a couple sound cards and a couple network/wireless cards. They don't really allow enough throughput to be used for video processing.

    If money isn't a problem I would suggest getting one of the Asus pci-e x 1 sound cards as they have phenomenal performance. Although there are some downsides to them, they don't have front headphone ports and they aren't the best in brand new games. But throw a movie at it and wow. There is of course other options from creative and turtle beach.

    As mentioned beore if you really want a seperate video card go the route of PCI.
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    they do make pci-e x1 video cards, but I wouldn't consider any of them a major upgrade from the onboard video chip.

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    Yes, your correct I never really bothered looking that hard as I didn't think they would be any good if they did exist. I suppose if you have no other options then its a possibility. This is what newegg has.
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