• 2009

Hardware Description

This board appears to be precisely what mITX users crave. It offers a ton of low-power CPU muscle as well as a competent video chipset. The board is vastly expansive, offering no fewer than 6 USB 2.0 slots on the backplane, as well as internal headers for four more, two video outs, as well as a DVI-D to HDMI adapter, support for 8GB of DDR2 and a PCIe 1x slot. The onboard chipset is more than suited to typical HTPC tasks like displaying full HD video and the occasional thrifty PC gaming title.