[QUOTE=DuckieHo;4388498]The 780G is relatively new chipset so the mITX boards aren't that common yet. I do believe there are at least 4 different manufactors of a 780G mITX.
Why would you want an intergrated package?
What AMD needs to do is designed stripped down verson of the awesome 780G and intergrate the southbridge. Drop some USB/SATA ports. Cut some of the HD3200 cores. Power saving could also be achieve by using single-phase PWM instead of 3/4/6-phase common on the 780G.
Well all they did so far was release a new CPU so... and we are comparing a matx board with a mitx, they are in somewhat different markets. If you must compare AMD and Intel platforms though, i think AMD is ready.
woo so-dimm and pciexpress as well
anyways all the cutting down stuff really does is make a cheap motherboard cheaper to make (mitx boards will still be expensive). Most of the power consumption is from the integrated mem controler on the Intel 945GC, AMD put that in the bag long ago so its not a problem. Honestly, just look at all the extra dvi, satas, e sata, usb, Hd abilies and better expansion slots as a premium.