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VIA EPIA EX - Mini-ITX at the next level - Specifications

VIA is finally back in the labs with a look at their EPIA EX motherboard with C7 1.5GHz low power processor onboard!

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Jun 14, 2007 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9%      Manufacturer: VIA

Specifications of the VIA EPIA-EX

 

CPU

 

VIA C7 1.5GHz "Esther" Core

 

Chipset

 

VIA Single Chip CX700M2

 

System Memory

 

1 DDR2 SDRAM 240pin DIMM Sockets

 

Supports DDR2-400/533MHz

 

64bit Single Channel

 

Supports up to 2GB Total Memory

 

Bus Frequency

 

100MHz Internal

 

400MHz External

 

VIA V4 Bus

 

Expansion Slots

 

1 PCI Slot

 

Connectivity

 

1 Parallel ATA port supporting 2 IDE Drives

 

2 Serial ATA ports

 

1 VT6107 Ethernet Port

 

Rear Expansion Ports

 

1 DVI connector

 

1 RJ45 with USB stack 2.0 connector

 

1 miniDIN for S-Video output

 

1 Triple RCA jack for composite video and stereo audio outputs

 

1 Triple RCA jack for component video output

 

1 S/PDIF coaxial connector

 

1 S/PDIF Toslink connector

 

Internal Headers

 

2 USB pin connector for 4 additional USB 2.0 ports

 

1 1394 pin connector for 1 1394 port

 

1 Front-panel audio header for HP-out and MIC-in

 

1 Audio Line-in header

 

1 LPC header

 

1 LVDS connector to support 1-CH LVDS panel

 

1 TV out header for SCART and D-terminal (Optional)

 

1 CCIR656/601 video input and SMBUS

 

1 PS2 mouse/keyboard header

 

2 SATA connectors

 

2 Fan pin connectors for CPU and System fans

 

1 ATX power connector

 

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