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VIA EPIA M10000 Board Review
By: Bustercaps
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    2004-06-02

    Table of Contents:
  • VIA EPIA M10000 Board Review
  • Board Details
  • More Photos of the Board
  • Extras, System Specs and Linux
  • Windows Operating System
  • Testing
  • Quake III and Home Entertainment PC

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    VIA EPIA M10000 Board Review - Board Details


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    Here is some information about the board:

    • CPU - VIA (Nehemiah Core)
    • Speed - 1000Mhz/1Ghz
    • Mainboard - EPIA-M
    • FSB 133x7.5
    • Memory Bus 2x133Mhz (266Mhz Data Rate)
    • Chipset - VIA VT8623-8235
    • Award BIOS

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    Did I mention that this is a Mini-ITX board? As you can see in the comparison picturess above, that is a normal everyday plastic fork that you can buy at any grocery store. I have seen pictures of this board before, but until you see one up close and personal, it's hard to imagine. I was amazed at the size. Here are some pictures that show just how tight VIA's manufacturing has to be to fit everything on this 17cm x 17cm board.

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    Above you can see some capacitors bunched tightly together around the Power Connector. Also, you can see just how close the Jumpers for the Front Audio connector are to the CDRom connector. If you're like me and have fat fingers, these jumpers can be a bit of work to manipulate.

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