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Sapphire debuts two mini-ITX motherboards

Posted on Monday, March 09 2009 @ 00:16:31 CET by


Sapphire has introduced two mini-ITX motherboards for the Industrial PC (IPC) market; the IPC-AM2SO690E (pictured on the left) and the IPC-AM2DD690g (pictured on the right):
First up is the IPC-AM2DD690G which is built on a blue PCB and as the name suggests, uses the AMD 690G chipset. It has HDMI output, a D-sub connector, four USB 2.0 ports, 10/100Mbit Ethernet, two PS/2 ports and three audio jacks around the back. It only works with AM2 processors (max 65W TDP) which seems a little bit limiting, unless the information we've had is wrong, as we'd expect it to work with AM2+ processors as well. Other features include a single DIMM slot, a PCI slot, two SATA connectors, an IDE and floppy connector, headers for four extra USB 2.0 ports and a TV-out header.

The second board is the ICP-AM2SO690E which is oddly enough based on the AMD 690E chipset. This board has a single PS/2 port, six USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, a D-sub, Gigabit Ethernet, three audio jacks and two serial ports around the back. It also has a pair of SO-DIMM memory slots, a PCI slot, two SATA connectors, an IDE connector, two headers for four additional USB 2.0 ports, an S/PDFI out header and a few more IPC like features such as LVDS, power for an LCD backlight inverter, a DOM power connector and even a good old fashioned IrDA header.
More info at FUD Zilla. Some AMD 780G based motherboards from Sapphire should be ready by Computex in June, but it is unknown if this will include consumer-orientated boards.




 



 

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