August 20, 2007

Pico-ITX Motherboard: Smaller than a hard drive

A first look at VIA’s Pico-ITX motherboard."Just to establish the basics, the PX10000G motherboard is powered by an embedded VIA C7 processor that runs at 1.0GHz and up to a gigabyte of RAM. The DDR2 400/533 fits into a single So-DIMM on the bottom of the motherboard. Storage is handled through a 44-pin right-angle IDE connector or a single SATA connection, though the motherboard has four USB slots which will come in handy as well. Graphics, one of the systems weakest points, is done by a VIA UniChrome Pro II 3D/2D AGP graphics with MPEG-2/4 and WMV9 video decoder and output to the on-board VGA connection or through LVDS to DVI."

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