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Thursday, 07 June 2007 17:31

MSI has mini-ITX board with HDMI

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Computex 07: For AM2/AM2+


MSI showed a mini-ITX board with HDMI for AMD Athlon 64 processors and for some reason MSI christened it the Fuzzy 690T. The names gives away the fact that it's using the AMD RS690T chipset, which is a notebook chipset and it features integrated ATI Xpress 1270 graphics.

The board is meant to support both AM2 and AM2+ CPUs and features two SO-DIMM slots with support for DDR 800 memory.

It's also got a mini PCIe x1 slot for various notebook upgrades such as Wi-Fi cards and TV tuners, as well as a standard PCI slot.

Other features include D-sub, dual Gigabit LAN and 7.1-channel audio.

This is what the board looks like:

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Last modified on Thursday, 07 June 2007 17:35
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