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    Talking New Dual Processor VIA EPIA DP-310

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/03...-way_mini-itx/

    Stumbled across this, looks nice

    Sorry if this has been posted, I had a quick search but couldnt find it.....
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    256Mb, PIII 533 on a Hyph01 PCI sized mobo (Lan/Sound/GFX)
    M1-ATX PSU
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    Haicom GPS
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    Installed in an old NTL box, (best thing for it)

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    think it has been posted. properly next time - you are letting the British side down

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    Sorry I searched for DP-310, dual and even 310 but couldnt find it.

    Didnt fancy doing any more searching as I am knackerd due to my car keeping me awake last night as you may have read in my other posts

    I will try harder for Blighty next time.....
    System:
    256Mb, PIII 533 on a Hyph01 PCI sized mobo (Lan/Sound/GFX)
    M1-ATX PSU
    250GB Hdd

    USB:
    Haicom GPS
    Belkin Wireless

    Case:
    Installed in an old NTL box, (best thing for it)

    Screen:
    LinITX 7"

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    dual CPU VIA mini-ITX board

    some people jsut have 'it' I guess

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    Oh you searched for DP and ATM came up

    Dual processor is not really good unless you wanna multitask. Too expensive for the power gain.

    Im running dual P3 1GHz on one of my machine. A single P4 at 2GHz outperform it like 3 times or more. I do feel its more stable though when running multiple application than on a single CPU.

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