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    Epia ME6000 is too slow?

    I'm feeling that my Epia ME6000 is little bit too slow for carpc use. Is there a big difference between ME6000 and M10000 when it comes to speed? So is it worth to change or should I consider AMD or Intel based ATX system?

    Which AMD or Intel processor match the speed of Epia M10000?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCN View Post
    I'm feeling that my Epia ME6000 is little bit too slow for carpc use. Is there a big difference between ME6000 and M10000 when it comes to speed? So is it worth to change or should I consider AMD or Intel based ATX system?

    Which AMD or Intel processor match the speed of Epia M10000?
    Well the M10k works flawlessly for me. It is 400Mhz faster on a C3 scale, so not that much faster, but I have no hiccups, a great boot time, and easily handle video.

    The M10k is roughly compareable to a P3 700-800 Mhz system.
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    Coz the M10k has a dedicated video chip of sorts, no?

    "embedded MPEG-2 decoder"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SentraVIP View Post
    Coz the M10k has a dedicated video chip of sorts, no?

    "embedded MPEG-2 decoder"
    Yes it does. I thought the others did too, but I never really dealt with the old ones.
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