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mini-itx

Postposted on Sat Jun 25, 2005 9:44 am

I have recently become addicted to "Stumble upon it" (a fantastic firefox extension) and stumbled upon this site:

http://www.mini-itx.com/

Thought some of you guys might find it interesting. It's a neat site with links to a ton of interesting (to me at least) diy projects.
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Postposted on Sat Jul 23, 2005 4:07 am

I've seen that site. It's totally Via CPU dominated, but... I think a Pentium M mini-itx board might be in the making. I wish I had purchased an older board that they made... it was socket 478 for the Pentium 4!
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Postposted on Sat Jul 23, 2005 4:19 am

Hmm... if you only look at that site, you're missing out on a lot.

Throw in a dose of http://epiacenter.com and http://logicsupply.com - that'll give you enough non-project related stuff.

Of course, the VIA C3 is the most common CPU on Mini-ITX.

However, the Pentium M, Pentium 4 (S478, LGA775, and LGA775 dual-core (that's coming soon)), Pentium 3, Transmeta Efficieon, and the AMD Geode (including the NX, which is a ULV Athlon XP-M) are all represented on Mini-ITX. Granted, all but the Pentium 4 boards are VERY expensive...
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