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|23rd August 2004, 11:09||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Pentium M 2GHz/533 in mini ITX board reviewed
The DFI G5M100-N is a mini-ITX Pentium board and the reviwers have tried experimenting by running a system without fans and heatsink.
The review also looks at overclocking the cut-down Celeron M at 1.3GHz and claim to have pushed the thing up to 2GHz at a standard voltage.
The system they tested included a Western Digital 80 Go S-ATA drive, and all was powered by a 365 watts supply.
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