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Old 18th June, 2007, 04:18 AM
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VIA EPIA EX - Mini-ITX at the next level

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Compared to the ATX 30x24cm design, this is a baby at 17x17cm - extremely small but packed to the brim with features. In terms of layout because of its extremely cool running nature, running cables though the system is not a problem, as it doesn't interfere with cooling, a small fan is required for the 1.5GHz CPU model but 1GHz models run fanless as they generate far less heat.

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Old 20th June, 2007, 11:30 PM
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tshhh! That's far to big, what you really want is THIS!
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Old 21st June, 2007, 12:45 AM
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At 150-200 quid, it's kinda pricey, though.
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Old 21st June, 2007, 05:45 AM
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Will it take an 8800 Favu? Can I run it on Vista, Will I have to phone home If I change OS's?
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It's taken Via a very long time to finally get smaller than the SOM-ETX systems. SOM-ETX is 114mm x 94mm which is a little bigger than Pico-ITX's 100 mm x 72 mm, but some SOM-ETX of 'em hit a lot faster than a 1GHz C7 - how about a 2.1GHz Pentium M?
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