Originally Posted by wthenshaw
ever have any ITX boards then let me know
I actually have a couple ITX boards that are just sitting - problem is they aren't useful for much of anything other than maybe a *nix box for a router or something similar. They're passively cooled Intel Atom boards (D510MO). One of them is destined for a DIY CNC controller - but that's a long way off! (I have to build my shop first..
On the updates front... the light panel continues to irritate... apparently when I measured where I needed to drill the holes - I measured from the edge of the case on the panel (not factoring in the LED strip's width or the bolt that prevents it from laying flush against the back of the case at the front, but factoring in the frame that I wound up not using) so my holes are 'shifted' to the left by 1/4".
So since that exit tube for the loop can't be straight I'm going to redo the entire panel.
HAHA... hell no, I'm not doing that... or at least I'm not doing that until I do a hardware update sometime in the next year or so... maybe then I will (but probably not even then since it will only bug me for a few days and then I'll stop noticing it any more). SIGH!