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|2nd March 2010, 09:18||#1|
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Zotac ION-ITX-A Mainboard Review: Does ION Need a Dual-Core Atom?
Manufacturers of miniature nettop mainboards offer solutions equipped with single-core as well as dual-core Intel Atom processors. However, are the differences between these two modifications really so significant? We tested two ION platforms and tried to answer this seemingly obvious question.
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