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    Comparison between 600mhz and 1ghz fanless motherboards? Anyone with experience?

    Im used to getting the motherboards a little cheaper, but there seems to be a shortage of ones that my cheap ars will buy. Has anyone used the 600 mhz fanless processor , the 800Mhz motherboard, and the 1ghz M series board? If so, how was the startup and shutdown and working speed? I don't run anything buy frodo and my navigation software. My main concern is startup that I have got down to 17 seconds with the MII12000 processor, and 20 with the M10000 I had a long time ago (maybe it was 30). I had learned enough to modify windows by the time I got the 1.2Ghz processor motherboard.
    any help would be appreciated.
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    I think it's pretty obvious that the 1Ghz board is going to run everything faster than the 800mhz or the 600mhz boards.
    How much faster, I don't know. I wouldn't expect the 1Ghz to be 20% faster than the 800mhz board & 40% faster than the 600mhz one, though.
    But it would make for an interesting comparison. You've got my curiosity piqued now.
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    i've got the 800 and trust me you dont wanna go there. I originally planned to have only mp3 n gps but in a years time the project has grown way past the limits of the 800mhz. Like ive said in previous posts, the EPIA 800 MIGHT run at 400mhz when its all said n done. I'm on a 800mhz intel ATM with less ram and this thing is superior by far (so much so that this is goin in the car soon! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonicxtacy02
    i've got the 800 and trust me you dont wanna go there. I originally planned to have only mp3 n gps but in a years time the project has grown way past the limits of the 800mhz. Like ive said in previous posts, the EPIA 800 MIGHT run at 400mhz when its all said n done. I'm on a 800mhz intel ATM with less ram and this thing is superior by far (so much so that this is goin in the car soon! )
    Thanks for the heads up man. I do just use GPS and play my movies and video, but that alwasy changes.
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    I have the Epia 6000E (600 MHz fanless) now and had the M9000. Both could run WinXP Pro fast enough and I could run MP3, GPS, OBD data logger, etc with Frodoplayer. They seemed to be equally responsive. I don't use them for playing videos, so don't know how they do there.

    You don't have to worry at all about overheating the fanless. The M9000 would overheat occasionally.
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