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Albatron Mini-ITX Evolves - KI780G On Display - The Box and What's Inside

Mini-ITX is sure getting its day in the sun and today we have Albatron's latest instalment armed with an AM2+ socket.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Dec 4, 2008 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%      Manufacturer: Albatron

Package and Contents

 

Albatron Mini-ITX Evolves - KI780G On Display

 

Albatron ships the KI780G in a standard Micro-ATX sized box, which is somewhat redundant since the board is only a mini-ITX design. However, we aren't complaining. The box has very little info on the front apart from the Albatron logo; there isn't any model numbers apart from an affix sticker that is placed on there during manufacturing.

 

Albatron Mini-ITX Evolves - KI780G On Display

 

On the back there is even less. All you will find is marketing info and jargon, no real info on the board or any pictures, so you're going to be left in the dark on the boards features and specs.

 

Albatron Mini-ITX Evolves - KI780G On Display

 

Albatron's documentation and software is quite good; a single users manual covers all the basics of the installation and BIOS as well as some info on the driver install and setup of the included software. The DVD included has drivers for XP and Vista in 32 and 64-bit versions, but there are no Linux drivers unfortunately.

 

Albatron Mini-ITX Evolves - KI780G On Display

 

Being a basic board there is only a few cables and accessories included; amongst them is a single IDE cable with two device support, one SATA data and one SATA power splitter along with a rear I/O shield. And that's all she wrote.

 

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