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GIGABYTE H55N-USB3 (Intel H55 Express) Mini-ITX Motherboard - PCstats.com GIGABYTE H55N-USB3 (Intel H55 Express) Mini-ITX Motherboard
Wed, August 11 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Not all that long ago VIA introduced a new form factor called Mini-ITX. It was a great idea; a small yet powerful board layout that allowed a decent amount of flexibility. Unfortunately VIA did not have the marketing muscle to get wide acceptance and the idea fell into obscurity. It was not until Intel launched the Atom CPU that we saw a return of the Mini-ITX. The form factor pioneered by VIA was ideal for the small Intel CPUs. We started to see products based on the Atom using the Mini-ITX and Mini-DTX form factors. However, that was not the end of the Mini-ITX. People began to find out (to their surprise and delight) that the Mini-ITX form factor is also a great platform for the P55 and H5x chipsets. This is due to the reduced power demands from the chipset and the fact that the CPU contains the PCIe lanes for the GPU. Now we are seeing products in this form factor for much more powerful CPUs."
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Thermaltake RSI H Series - DS100 Review - PCstats.com Thermaltake RSI H Series - DS100 Review
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Not everyone wants or needs a computer with 2 TeraFLOPs of graphics computing power or 4 cores with Hyper-Threading. While such systems have their purposes, the majority of computer users use their computer to Surf the Internet, work on office products, check email and light gaming. There is also a crowd of people using their computers as Home Theater PCs that watch DVD or Blu-ray movies on their big screen TV and record TV shows as a DVR. The Thermaltake RSI Series H SD100 fits the bill for those users and more.
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