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ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe Mini-ITX Motherboard
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Doctor Feelgood
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PostPosted: Wed, 01 Sep 2010 06:53:12    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

After spending several weeks playing with the ASUS AT3IONT-I Deluxe Mini-ITX motherboard all I can say is - WOW! This motherboard is very impressive. With integrated Bluetooth, WiFi, a multimedia remote control, and even a power supply built in, you're well on your way to getting your media center up and running without buying much else.
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Little Bruin
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ddewaele
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PostPosted: Wed, 01 Sep 2010 08:42:18    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

Nice review.... Did you put it in a case and did some temperature readings ?

I noticed that the power adapter that came with this board was drawing 21 watts when nothing was connected. Did you experience something similar ?
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mrweasel
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PostPosted: Mon, 13 Sep 2010 14:25:59    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

The temps were taken on an open bench in the same manner I do all of my testing. Because different folks have different cases anf fan configs, I always think it best that way. I also did not take any temps for 2 reasons. 1) Hardware Monitor was giving me really odd temps that were out of range (ie-Northbridge temps around 600'F and 2) Some guys I had doing work at the house "borrowed" my infrared thermometer.


Given the low power numbers from all the components, 21 watts seems just about right. I imagine if you threw a PCIe card in that would put you right around the 90 watts the power brick is rated at.

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