Mini ITX Motherboard Supports Up to 16 GB DDR3

The MANO870 and supports up to two DDR3 SO-DIMM modules with a capacity of up to 16 GB. The board comes with Intel's QM77 chipset and supports Ivy Bridge Core i3, i5 and i7 processors.

The board integrates four USB 3.0 ports, two SATA-600 interfaces, two LAN ports, and supports Intel's iAMT 8.0, Rapid Storage, as well as TPM 1.2. Display interfaces include DVI-D, VGA, LVDS and HDMI.

Axiomtek said that the MANO870 will ship in early 2013. Pricing was not announced.

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  • dark_knight33
    Isn't that a bit like saying "Mini-ITX board supports USB3"? It doesn't really seem like a ground breaking and news worthy feature...

  • ShadyHamster
    Just had a quick look through the list of LGA1155 mITX boards available at the site i buy from and all of them seem to support 16GB of memory.

    This board in general isn't really news worthy

    Maybe the price will be a news worthy feature but of course we don't know that yet.
  • I was going to say the same thing... Seems like an odd headline. There are existing mITX boards which support up to 16GB such as the EVGA Stinger (up to 16GB at 2133MHz).
  • looks like the only difference i can see between this a regular itx is that this uses laptop components, this a has a g2 socket and it take laptop ram and it has 2 lan ports
  • A Bad Day
    And the big news is?...
  • SteelCity1981
    be a great thing to hve for lan parties. i remember the days when you had to drag out your atx cases to a lan party which was a pain in the ass, now these itx packages have gotten pretty advanced over the years to the point where they can do a lot of the same things that their much bigger cusions can do now where they have become a 'desktop to go' type of setup.
  • Onus
    Iron core chokes and SODIMM memory? Hmm, and no STANDARD front panel USB3.0 connector? Pass. Even the mSATA slot it appears to have doesn't redeem it.
  • maraque
    Slow news day, huh?
  • greghome
    If it were a M-ITX board with support for like 4-8 Dimms/So-Dimms, I'd be impressed, but this is just like saying the new petrol
  • Fdx216
    Yeah exactly "big news on a slow news day"