Reviews: Via Epia M1000 Mini-ITX Motherboard
After reading quite a bit about the relatively new Via PadLock security initiative, and while looking for a low consumption mainboard, I decided to give Via a try.
So I recently bought a Via Epia M10000 Mini-ITX motherboard with a Nehemiah C3 1GHz CPU (motherboard, CPU, 512MB of RAM and Mini-ITX case run for under $300 which is a very decent price for a feature packed system), and put it to test in different areas.
The results, while not a power horse, are still not disappointing. There is a lot of room for this highly integrated low power mini-ITX motherboard in custom routers, digital video recorders, personal entertainment centers, small servers, and any other place where a low noise, small form factor, low power, crypto enabled solution may be required.
(Submitted by Flavio Villanustre Mon Jul 18, 2005 )
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