Via's little motherboards

Discussion in 'Other CPUs and chipsets' started by stmok, Jun 24, 2007.

  1. stmok

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    mmm...would make a nice passive pc's.

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  3. kogi

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    So I guess they will be crazy expensive?
    Nice, there's even a sata on the pico

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  4. Dedge

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    These would make for great embedded solutions. Off the top of my head, I am thinking firewall/gateway.
     
  5. nexx

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    I have a Mini-ITX box (pics) that I use as a server and for downloading. They're not too expensive, very quiet/silent, very low power drain, and are just plain awesome :)
     
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    I have 2 Mini-ITX mobos, they both look huge compared to the mobile itx!
     
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    I want something like this for a server, where did you guys get them from?
     
  8. kogi

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    Search static ice for "via itx".

    Here is an intel one I've being looking for. too expensive in oz though.
     
  9. nexx

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    I bought mine from eyo.com.au
     
  10. nidz

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    I have a Epia 800mhz in a mini itx morex case with 512MB ram and onboard video (vga + svideo). Fits 1 3.5HDD and a slimline cdrom. I'll sell it for the right price. Ran as a carpc in my car. Worked well for GPS and mp3 playing.
     
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    What price do you have in mind ;)
     
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    Make me a legit offer and I'll tell you if your in the ballpark. The only thing this little case needs is a hard drive. PM me if you would like to go make me an offer. keep the selling out of this thread. :)
     
  13. TheNek

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    Do any of the via boards have the plugs located parrallel to the board as opposed to at a right angle?

    OR are there adaptors that can do this?
     

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