Intel's Motherboard Double Whammy

"Intel today unveiled two new motherboards at its annual premier partner summit, one each for nettops and small form factor (SFF) desktops."

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Intel’s Motherboard Double Whammy
 
Intel today unveiled two new motherboards at its annual premier partner summit, one each for nettops and small form factor (SFF) desktops. Both the boards have been given catchy codenames – Johnstown for the nettop and Mystic Lake for the SFF.
 
D945GSEJT – the nettop board will feature an Atom CPU without a fan. It is a low profile board compared to Intel’s earlier ones and is likely to be priced under $90. The company is hoping to target nettops in the $250 range with this board.
 
The SFF board on the other hand is the DG41MJ, which is a mini-ITX board that can accommodate Core processors up to 65W TDP. Pricing details for Mystic Lake have not been revealed.
 
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15-04-2009, 17:42:13

mrapoc
Ok

So i have a pentium 2 to "upgrade"

mcman gave me a SIS PCI 6326 card...now installed but there is tearing down the side of the screen when scrolling - 8mb onboard

I have a intel i740 which is surprisingly AGP but i have no idea on specs or even if it will work on XP

I was thinking an agp would be a waste on such a specced system tho (128 + 64mb sdram lol)

Shall i try to install the agp one in hope the tearing goes/the best performance possible for such a system..or would it be bottlenecked to the point its worthless

16-04-2009, 05:55:33

themcman1

Ok

So i have a pentium 2 to "upgrade"

mcman gave me a SIS PCI 6326 card...now installed but there is tearing down the side of the screen when scrolling - 8mb onboard





Is there? :confused:

Worked when I last plugged it in.

16-04-2009, 06:24:01

mrapoc
Well it might be the pci slot or anything

Had trouble finding the driver so perhaps that was it

Did it work for you when you installed a full XP (as in did it auto detect it?) cause i had to do it a different way

Well i got the agp one working and all is fine =]

16-04-2009, 06:37:31

themcman1

Well it might be the pci slot or anything

Had trouble finding the driver so perhaps that was it

Did it work for you when you installed a full XP (as in did it auto detect it?) cause i had to do it a different way

Well i got the agp one working and all is fine =]



Yer it auto detected it. :confused:

16-04-2009, 07:00:24

mrapoc
Possibly down to me using tinyxp then

no worries all is sorted :)
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