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Tuesday, 31 July 2007 11:57

iBase packs Santa Rosa onto mini ITX

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Just 17 cm square

 

iBase has come up with a 17 cm square motherboard which puts Intel's Santa Rosa mobile platform into a Mini-ITX form factor.

According to techreport the MI910 features Intel GM965 north bridge and ICH8M south bridge components and support for mobile Core 2 Duo processors at front-side bus speeds up to 800MHz.

iBase have managed to fit in a couple of DDR2 DIMM slots, two Serial ATA ports, Gigabit Ethernet options, standard and Mini PCI slots, and integrated GMA X3100 graphics.

While it is not going to be a great game computer it will give Apple's Mac mini a run for its money even if it costs $100 more.

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