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Sunday, 25 February 2007 22:54

Albatron claims world's most powerful Mini-ITX boards

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17 cm square



Albatron Technology is waiting for this year's CeBit 2007 show to release what it claims is the most powerful Mini-ITX Mainboard.

The company is about to release the AMD based Mini-ITX Motherboard, capable of supporting the latest AMD offerings and a full range of AMD's latest Dual Core and 64-bit processors.

The board is only 17cm square, and it supports HyperTransport technology, up to 2 GB of Dual Channel DDR II memory using two SO-DIMMs. It has an integrated graphics engine, SATA II with RAID and GBit LAN connections. Albatron also managed to get eight possible USB ports, IEEE1394 and even an HDMI connector.

The name of the board will be made public on March 15th at the Cebit 2007 show.

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