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    Hey guys,

    I'm new in this forum, I found it by searching something in google.
    After reading your posts I think this page could help you:

    http://www.minitechnet.de/wiki_mini-itx.html

    There is an overview of all existing Mini-ITX Mainboards, including links to their homepage and - if available - to a review.

    Actually this page is only available in german - but I think this won't hurt to much. I don't know when they are going to translate their page and reviews...

    greetings
    Tob

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    thanks for the link Tob - anyone care to translate it for us?
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    here's a suggestion (if not discussed previously of course):

    How about a sticky on complete systems. I know from experience the next Mobile Information Center (carpc) i install will entail purchasing a complete system rather than building it from scratch. Not much of a price difference and you get it all out of the box.

    One system i have my eye on is the XPC X100. you can find it at:

    Shuttle.com

    Then there's Mini Mac but with the majority of applications running on XP, it will be a challenge. Nevertheless, it's a complete system.

    And of course various others i can't think of. As i said earlier, with complete systems in place, the population of Mobile enthusiast will grow tremendously as they will feel more adequate and confident. I for one was sweating bullets when i made that first cut to my brand new car - having no idea what was i getting into. Looking back now, i'm so glad i did. I would just have done it differently.

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    i haven't read the whole thread to see if it's already been mentioned, but the mobo from a S7620n Pavilion Slimline is Mini-ITX form factor, and is available from the hp partsurfer website. It takes Core Solo/Duo chips, and has tv out too. PN is 5188-5070 and details/specs are here. by the looks of things it's got a propritary power connector, but we are a creative bunch...i'm sure we can figure something out



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    theres also the mx945gm from bcmcom

    http://www.bcmcom.com/bcm_product_mx945gm.htm

    Specification - MX945GM, Intel® Core™ Solo/Duo, Core™ 2 Duo, Celeron® M Socket M Mini ITX Motherboard
    Systems
    CPU Intel® Core™ Solo/Duo, Core™ 2 Duo/ Celeron M (65nm) Socket M
    533/667MHz FSB
    Core Logic Chipsets Intel® Mobile 82945GM GMCH
    Intel® 82801GM ICH7M
    System Memory 1 x 240-pin DIMM socket support up to 1GB Dual Channel DDR2 533/667MHz SDRAM
    BIOS Award 512 KB Flash BIOS
    Expansion Interface 1 x PCI Express x16
    1 x PCI slot (PCI Rev. 2.2 compliant)
    Additional Features H/W Status Monitor Monitoring CPU temperature, voltage, and cooling fan status. Auto throttling control when CPU overheats.
    Onboard I/O
    PS/2
    1 x K/B, 1 x Mouse
    IDE 1 x EIDE (Ultra DMA 100)
    USB 4 x USB 2.0 ports
    SATA 2 x SATA
    Parallel Port 1x LPT
    Serial Port 2 x RS485, 3 x RS232
    DI/O 16-bit General Purpose I/O for DI and DO
    Display
    Chipset
    Intel® 82945GM GMCH Integrated Graphics Media Accelerator 950
    Display Memory Intel® DVMT 3.0 supports 224 MB video memory
    Resolution 2048 x 1536 @ 32 bpp (85 Hz)
    Dual Display CRT + LVDS
    VGA Interface 1 x DB-15 VGA Connector
    LVDS Single Channel 18-bit/Dual Channel 36-bit LVDS
    Audio
    AC'97 Codec Realtek® ALC888 support 7.1 CH HD Audio
    Audio Interface Mic-In, Line-In, Line-Out, SPDIF
    Ethernet
    Chipset 2 x Intel® 82573L Gigabit LAN
    Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
    Mechanical and Environment
    Power Supply Voltage
    +5 V @ 3.34 A, +12 V @ 0.09 A, +3.3 V @ 3.74 A, 5 Vsb @ 0.23 A (with Intel® Pentium® M 1.8 GHz & 256 MB DDR SDRAM)
    Power Type ATX
    Operating Temperature 0~60°C (32~140°F)
    Operating Humidity 0%~90% relative humidity, non-condensing
    Form Factor Mini ITX
    Dimensions 6.69" (L) x 6.69" (W) (170 mm x 170 mm)
    Weight 0.88 lbs (0.4Kg)
    * All product specifications are subject to change without notice. Last update: 10/17/06

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    Good to see this is growing, has anyone managed to get some prices on these boards?
    New Car PC Build list in progress

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    the mx945gm that i posted is 272 msrp (not sure if this is canadian/australian/us dollars)

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    Hey has anyone seen the VIA VB6002 seems to support Mobile processors

    http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/ma...erboard_id=430
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    Commell LV-670 Pentium 4 Mini-ITX

    not sure if this one has been mentiioned but here it is:

    Commell LV-670 Pentium 4 Mini-ITX Mainboard $189.00

    LV-670 Specifications
    Processor Supports Pentium 4/Celeron socket 478 - up to 2.8ghz
    533/400 MHz FSB
    Chipset Intel 845GV north bridge
    ICH4 south bridge
    System Memory 1 DDR266/333 SDRAM socket
    Up to 1GB memory size
    VGA Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics Core
    Expansion Slots 1 PCI
    Onboard IDE 1 Ultra ATA 100 (40 pin)
    1 Ultra ATA 100 (44 pin)
    Onboard USB 2 USB 2.0
    Onboard LAN Intel ICH4 and 82562ET 10/100
    Onboard Audio Intel ICH4 6-channel AC'97 with SPDIF
    Onboard TV Out Chrontel CH7011 encoder with AV and S-video
    Onboard 1394 1 Agere FW323 IEEE 1394 controller
    Back Panel I/O 1 DB15 VGA port
    1 S-Video port
    1 TV-out port
    1 LAN port
    2 USB 2.0 ports
    1 IEEE1394 port
    1 PS2 mouse port
    1 PS2 keyboard port
    1 Parallel port
    1 SPDIF
    3 Audio jacks: line-out, line-in, and mic-in
    Onboard I/O Connectors 2 IDE connectors (40 pin & 44 pin)
    1 FDD connector
    1 IEEE 1394 connector
    2 USB 2.0 connectors
    1 RS232 serial connector
    Wake-on-LAN connector
    1 CIR/SIR IrDA connector
    1 Front panel audio connector
    1 CD Audio-in connector
    2 Fan connectors
    ATX style with P4 power connector
    BIOS Award BIOS 2/4Mbit flash memory
    System Monitoring & Management CPU voltage monitoring, Wake-on-LAN, Keyboard Power-on, Timer Power-on, System power management, AC power failure recovery
    Operating Temperature 0 ~ 60°C
    Form Factor Mini-ITX (17cm x 17cm)
    Includes ATA 133 flat cable (40 pin, 80 conductor, 3 connectors)
    ATA 133 flat cable (44 pin, 44 conductor, 2 connectors)
    Back plate
    Installation CD
    User Manual
    Dual USB 2.0 port connector
    Serial port connector
    Audio jacks connector
    FDD cable
    CTS 05, Mobile Information Center...
    Atom - 1.8ghz
    2GB Ram
    32GB SSD
    8" TouchScreen
    5.6" Screen (overhead) w/reverse capability


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