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Gigabyte Unveils the C1007UN-D Mini-ITX Motherboard

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The mini-ITX motherboard is intended for entry-level desktops.

Gigabyte's C1007UN-D mini-ITX motherboard is based on Intel's NM70 chipset and comes with an Intel Celereon 1007U BGA processor hard-wired to the board with a pre-installed heatsink. The dual-core Celeron 1007U is a 22 nm Ivy Bridge processor that is clocked at 1.50 GHz and has a 2 MB L3 cache and a 17 W TDP.

The motherboard features two DIMMs with support for up to 16 GB of DDR3 RAM, two Gigabit ethernet ports, a SATA 6 GB/s and two SATA 3 GB/s internal ports, one eSATA 3 GB/s port and a legacy PCI slot. Outputs include 6 channel audio, D-Sub (VGA), HDMI, six USB 2.0 ports, an RS232 COM port, LPT and a PS/2 port.


Gigabyte has yet to provide any pricing information, but considering that a Celeron 1007U costs $90, it won't be too spendy.

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    rebel1280 , March 15, 2013 8:15 AM
    im still waiting for an inexpensive ITX board that has this CPU placement for wider CPU cooler adaptability. The only one (that ive seen) available is the freaking $200 ASUS board. :( 
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    randomstar , March 15, 2013 8:38 AM
    This with a 19v brick power supply connection would be good.
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    joytech22 , March 15, 2013 3:04 PM
    If I didn't already have an ASUS E45M1-I DELUXE I'd buy this.

    But the E-450 is serving its purpose just fine. :D 
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    vaughn2k , March 15, 2013 4:50 PM
    ITX with AMD... waiting...
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    thillntn , March 15, 2013 5:11 PM
    might be a good replacement for older pci dvr pc's?
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    larkspur , March 16, 2013 9:20 AM
    rebel1280im still waiting for an inexpensive ITX board that has this CPU placement for wider CPU cooler adaptability. The only one (that ive seen) available is the freaking $200 ASUS board.

    The $200 Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe is worth the money if you are going to OC. Presently, no other mini-ITX board provides the overclock stability and longevity that a serious OCer would want. The VRM heatsinks and vertical positioning of the daughter-board VRM allows you to use the larger horizontal-blowing coolers instead of being stuck using the downward-blowing coolers (which would otherwise be necessary to keep the VRM cool on other OCed mini-ITX boards). Cheap board + OC = Problems (sooner or later and especially on mini-ITX).
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    ceh4702 , March 22, 2013 4:26 PM
    So how powerful is a celeron 1.1ghz processor on this motherboard? Is it faster than the Intel Atom DN2800MT? Show us a benchmark? Will it work with video? Does it play Flash Video? I dont think it is fast enough for HDMI for a DVR.

    I am just curious because my last Celeron was a 1.2 gig Celeron base off the PIII Core.