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post #11 of 15
This is just the standard spec Intel board with red PCB and slightly better cooling. Hopefully they sell it cheaper, but 80$ is already pretty cheap. Slightly better BIOS too?

Here's the original, and it's already available.
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...ufacture=Intel

I've thought about clustering 6 or more of those for a folding box...
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can anyone say HTPC for a car.
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lol mini-ITX motherboards have been on sale forever. this is just rebranding to increase popularity

http://logicsupply.com is one place i think
    
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i hate how laptops are all going small, i find a good deal on one, then i look at the screen measurements, and it's a 14.1". way to small for me. i like the 15.4"+ screens since they give me more room for different things.
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Stupid Intel....

Intel is reclassify mITX with PCI only. VIA, the creator of mITX, are saying to use PCIe.
Its a real shame, I have only seen like one mITX with a PCIe x16 port. When I saw that I imagined a tiny little portable gaming rig run by a core 2.
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