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    Exclamation Pentium M Mini-ITX mobo with AGP slot !!!

    http://www.kontron.com/products/pdpr...eySiteRegion=7


    LVDS, LAN, 4x USB and 4x COM, 1x AGP/DVO, 1x PCI

    # Intel® Pentium® M and Intel® Celeron® M Processors
    # Front Side Bus 400 MHz
    # Intel® 855GME + Intel® 6300ESB Embedded Chipset
    # Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 Controller
    # Flat Panel Display Support
    # Dual independent Display Support (incl. 2x LCD)
    # Up to 1GB PC2700/DDR333 SDRAM (incl. ECC)
    # 3x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
    # 4x USB 2.0, 4x RS232C
    # 1x ATA100 and 2x SATA150 IDE Controller
    # AC-3, SPDIF and Sound Blaster 16 compatible
    # Size: 170 x 170 mm (6.7" x 6.7")

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    All I can say is Whoa! I wonder how much this will run...
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    From what I have seen elsewhere on the web, this cute little baby will run 450-700... yes, american dollars. So figure the super expensive Pentium M processor and you have a choice of a nice computer or just as nice of a car
    But hey, if nothing else, you have enough ethernet ports to network the tires and armrests together.

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    I would be all over this if the board was cheap, i mean, believe it or not, you can grab a celeron M chip for only like $150, and they are only a few ticks slower than the Pentium M according to all the benchmarks. Just not worth it though to spend all that money on a motherboard thats just being used in the car. Unless of couse you have money to burn, then what the hell.

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    why do you need 3 LAN connectors??? If they did a version with a couple of firewireisntead it would be much better.

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    Then how about this.
    Commell LV-672
    Features


    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 with LGA775 @ 800 MHz FSB.
    Memory: 2 x 240 pin DDR2 533MHz up to 2.0GB.
    Chipset: Intel 915G and ICH6R.
    VGA Interface: built-in Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 900.
    PCI Express bus: PCI Express x16 graphics delivers up to 4 GB/s per direction, 3.5 times more bandwidth than AGP8X.
    Enhanced IDE: one Channel support 2 ATAPI devices up to Ultra DMA 33/66//100 mode with data transfer rate up to 100MB/s.
    Serial ATA: Integrated Serial ATA controller facilitates high-speed data transfers at up to 150 MB/s for each of 4 ports. Supports RAID 0, 1 and 0+1 function.
    LAN Interface: Two 100Mbps/1Gbps Ethernet port by Intel 82541GI .
    Audio: Realtek ALC655 AC97 3D audio interface.
    USB: 6 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface with up to 480 Mbps of data transfer rate.
    IEEE 1394: 2 IEEE1394A ports with 400Mb/s transfer rate.
    I/O Ports: 2 serial ports, IrDA, FDD, PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports.
    Mini-PCI: 1 x Mini-PCI Type-III socket.
    Digital I/O: Supports 8 bit digital I/O.
    Watchdog: Software configurable, 1s.....255s / 1ms.....255 ms.

    You can get it here: http://www.bwi.com/scripts/site/site...ion/configure/

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    Quote Originally Posted by lars46
    Then how about this.
    Commell LV-672
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    You can get it here: http://www.bwi.com/scripts/site/site...ion/configure/
    Sure $350 for the board,.... no way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth
    http://www.kontron.com/products/pdpr...eySiteRegion=7


    LVDS, LAN, 4x USB and 4x COM, 1x AGP/DVO, 1x PCI

    # Intel® Pentium® M and Intel® Celeron® M Processors
    # Front Side Bus 400 MHz
    # Intel® 855GME + Intel® 6300ESB Embedded Chipset
    # Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 Controller
    # Flat Panel Display Support
    # Dual independent Display Support (incl. 2x LCD)
    # Up to 1GB PC2700/DDR333 SDRAM (incl. ECC)
    # 3x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
    # 4x USB 2.0, 4x RS232C
    # 1x ATA100 and 2x SATA150 IDE Controller
    # AC-3, SPDIF and Sound Blaster 16 compatible
    # Size: 170 x 170 mm (6.7" x 6.7")
    Just seen it on epiacenter.com
    From the specs it doesn't have any rivals...
    It has, and for the forst time, a 4x AGP port. It also has 2 ddr slots. Still 1 PCI slot though. I think I'd rather have 2 PCI ports, than 2 ddr slots.
    Anyway, far better that the Commell.

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