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Intel D510MO Mini-ITX Motherboard
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Intel
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March 04, 2010 recently sent their new M350 Mini-ITX case over for review, and included some extra components to form the nucleus of a silent computer system. In addition to the case, they provided their 80W picoPSU and Intel's D510MO Mini-ITX motherboard, which is powered by an embedded 1.66GHz dual core Intel Atom processor. Couple these items with a solid state drive and some DDR2 memory and you have an extremely compact, low power system that is 100% solid state and noiseless.

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This review is going to take a closer look at Intel's D510M0 motherboard to see what kind of performance you can expect from a system built around this little guy. Before taking a closer look at the motherboard provided by, let's take a look at some of the features and specifications, as taken from the product page on their website.

Features and Specifications:

Model: D510MO
Processor: Intel Atom Processor D510 Quad (Dual Core), 1.66GHz
Chipset: Intel NM10 Express Chipset (TigerPoint)
L2 Cache: 512 KB x 2 L2 Cashe
System Memory: Single channel DDR2 800/667 MHz, 2x DIMMs (max 4GB)
Graphics: Integrated graphic VGA port & on board LVDS (optional)
Power: 24 Pin ATX
Connectors (rear):
    1x D-SUB15 (VGA)
    1x LAN 10/100/1000MBit (Realtek)
    3x Sound (Line Out, Line In, Microphone)
    2x PS2
    4x USB2.0
Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio (ALC) Incl multi-stream support
Connectors (internal):
    1x PCI
    1x Mini PCIex
    AUDIO (Front panel)
    3x USB
    2x SATA (3GBs)
    2x COM (Serial)
    1x Parallel
    D510MO Main board (with 1.66Ghz Atom N510 CPU)
    I/O ATX rear plate
    SATA cable
    Drivers CD
Form Factor: mini-ITX (170mm X 170mm)
Thermal solution: Passive, Z-height 35mm
Additional comments:
    Windows Vista Basic WHQL certified
    Windows 7 Starter/ Home basic support

For a Mini-ITX board, Intel has packed a decent amount of expandability into the D510MO. Two memory slots, two SATA ports, a PCI slot, a mini PCI Express connection, and plenty of USB ports should make configuring this board into a basic system rather convenient.

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