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Old 23rd August 2005, 17:09   #1
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Default Aopen Pentium M Media Center board

Once you get it working how you want it to and providing you don't intend to overclock, fiddle with the heatsink, multitask or use the motherboards' onboard smart fan controller, it will prove to be an excellent Media Center solution. If you are looking towards the board as the basis for some Dothan overclocking we wouldn't recommend this board as there are boards that are much better suited to overclocking with the Pentium M.

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