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Thread: New ASUS and Zotac Mini-ITX boards

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    Quote Originally Posted by simplex View Post
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    thanks.
    hard to find any specs from anywhere...

    does only the Deluxe come with a wifi+bluetooth from the atom series? the regular ones doesn't?
    http://www.nordichardware.com/en/new...e-arrives.html

    i'd need the wireless feature, but would like to get more than 1 audio output...


    D945GCLF2 is probably obsolete by now?

    **ahh...
    i think my only option is http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=xrR7wto9Z5BL42aU

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    I am looking at this or the Zotac IONITX-F-E. Does anyone think it would work to solder a power connector to the board?

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    i wouldn't-- that board is designed to use a external power supply-- so you might hurt something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IADakota View Post
    I am looking at this or the Zotac IONITX-F-E. Does anyone think it would work to solder a power connector to the board?
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/imagehosting/thum_1846564bcf4270c9b8c.jpg
    You should buy the same board, but with power connector. Only the deluxe version comes with
    power supply. Of course, you can do it, but I think falls in the 'don't try this at home' category.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simplex View Post
    You should buy the same board, but with power connector. Only the deluxe version comes with
    power supply. Of course, you can do it, but I think falls in the 'don't try this at home' category.
    i would put it under the "expect to get a new one soon after connecting it that way" category. though it could be interesting to see multiple components blow up at the same time...(so take a video of you connecting the power )

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    I was looking at that Zotac H55 board to put in my Charger, but I'm leery of the power draw for an i3/i5; I don't want something weak like an Atom/Ion/etc, but I'd prefer if there were a laptop-version of the i3/i5 for the lower power draw.

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    Why not go with a C2D then? There are super efficient Core 2 cpu's

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    T7200 is only 34W TDP. For a 2.0Ghz C2D that's pretty darn good. That's what I run in my automotive system

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    I think that's actually what I put in my girlfriend's Scion xD. I've been looking on Zotac's site at their other boards to see if there's another one that might do me just as well.

    At least I've got the buying-scope narrowed to Zotac, now. Haha.

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