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VIA EPIA-SN Mini-ITX Motherboard - Final Thoughts

We look at VIA's EPIA-SN motherboard which combines efficient computing with discrete graphics support using the C7 CPU.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Feb 27, 2008 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: VIA Technologies

Final Thoughts

 

VIA's EPIA line just keeps getting better and better, and VIA doesn't show any signs of slowing down in this area. VIA's next-gen platform technology is due to arrive very soon with a new 64-bit CPU, even lower power consumption, new chipsets/features and an even better graphics controller for onboard usage. It's not hard to see why we love these tiny pocket rockets.

 

The EPIA-SN Series adds the latest C7 processors along with the newest chipsets designed to take full advantage of the C7's power saving features; also adding in PCI Express connectivity to boot. The SN Series of boards is set to be VIA's best product, and with the amount of stylish Mini-ITX cases available the SN Series is worthy to be put up on the top hardware list.

 

The only things we managed to find were a minus about this series is the lack of HDMI, DVI and digital audio ports; this making it a bit of a pain for digital home users.

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