VIA's EPIA M10000 board from their line of Mini-ITX boards has a lot of items crammed into a small space, but It didn't heat up during tests. See the results for test done with this board as a Linux box, Linux Server and an everyday Windows box.I'll start with a brief history lesson on VIA and their Mini-ITX line of boards.Back in June of 1999, VIA Technologies bought up the failing Cryix Corporation to add a processor line to their company. An article from C|Net about it is available here. After the acquisition, VIA came out with the "Joshua" line of low power processors, then came "Samuel", and then "Ezra". In 2002 VIA announced the "Nehemiah" core which is where we are today with this M10000 EPIA board. VIA is currently working on newer motherboard/processor combinations, some even smaller than the Mini-ITX board we have today.But for the time being we will see how this Mini-ITX board fits into our everyday lives.
What do you get from VIA when you purchase a EPIA M10000? Let's look at the box and its contents.
Now let's get to the reason we are here, the board.
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