VIA has been busy in the last months. After the release of the EPIA-P900 a few weeks ago, the company is back with EPIA-M910, a Mini-ITX motherboard. VIA offers two versions respectively equipped with a dual-core Nano X2 and a Eden X2.
The list of VIA motherboardsgrows with the advent of the Mini-ITX EPIA-M910. For this new product, the manufacturer has decided to trust in home processors: namely Eden and Nano microprocessors. In fact, VIA will launch two versions of its EPIA-M910. The first will be equipped with a dual-core Nano X2 clocked at 1.6 GHz while the second, low voltage, will carry a X2 Eden 1 GHz, also with two cores. Both motherboards have the VX900H chipset which allows a better reading of the different HD formats including MPEG-2, H.264, VC-1, WMV9 and HDCP for Blu-ray content.
Moreover, it is possible to configure the EPIA-M910 with a system memory up to 8GB via a pair of DIMM sockets. This is in addition to a pair of SATA 3Gps ports. In terms of connectivity, we note the presence of a PCI, a PCI-Express x4, two Gigabit Ethernet connectors, eight COM ports, two 18/24-bit LVDS connectors, PS/2 connectors, VGA and HDMI, four USB 2.0 ports and audio controller.
It also has an active or passive cooling configuration.
For now, VIA has not announced the release date, or the price of its new motherboard.
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