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vv111y Offline
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Thanks, you saved folks a lot of headache. I"ll be staying away until issues ironed out
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(2014-03-01 23:10)Roby77 Wrote:  am i wrong or i don't see any mothervoard with header ?

Up, no motherboard with ir header ?
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(2014-03-07 19:40)Roby77 Wrote:  Up, no motherboard with ir header ?
They all have COM headers, though. Using that for IR is supposed to be easy.
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thank you

edit: they can switfh on/off the motherboard ?
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It would be interesting to see how the Supermicro boards fare. I'd expect them to not suffer the same issues with running Linux.
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Yes, some Supermicro look nice on paper
http://www.supermicro.com/products/mothe...X10SBA.cfm
This one for exemple. ... except it's a "pro" board and I can't find anything like it in any consumer shop.

But if Bay-Trail-D is a nightmare, I would love to go a couple of watts above and look for a haswell part.

Look at this for exemple:
http://www.tomshardware.fr/articles/mini...46745.html
It shouldn't be verry difficult to make a 4200U-based system totally passive.
... except that Giada markets this as embeded and is nowhere to be found in the consumer market.

Do you know of anything like that in the consumer market?

EDIT:
DFI also makes some but the lowest-TDP CPU they propose are the more power hungry i5-4402E and i3-4102E which are 25W parts. It should still be possible to make that passive but it's getting more difficult.
http://www.dfi.com.tw/products/ProductDe...uctId=1129

Cheers!
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(2014-01-30 18:50)Dougie Fresh Wrote:  I'd like to start a thread to talk about the new Bay Trail-D mini-ITX motherboards that are supposed to be coming out any day now. We've all seen the press releases from last November so I don't want to include those here. What I'd like to see is real product pages from manufacturer websites and hopefully soon retailers. Once we start actually using them it'd be nice to know what everyone's experiences are, where they found them, good and the bad, etc.

Here's what I've found so far:

Gigabyte

Gigabyte GA-J1800N-D2H
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Built-in Intel Celeron J1800 (2.41 GHz) Dual-Core processor
GIGABYTE Ultra Durable Technology
All Solid Capacitors with Humidity Protection New Glass Fabric PCB design
LAN with high ESD Protection
HDMI, D-SUB ports on rear panel
USB 3.0 port with GIGABYTE 3x USB power
GIGABYTE On/Off Charge for USB devices
Mini PCI-E expansion slot supports wireless networking cards

MSI

MSI J1800I
[Image: MSI-J1800i-1.jpg]
Intel Celeron J1800 Processor Onboard
DDR3-1333 Memory
USB 3.0 + SATA 3Gb/s
Military Class 4: Top Quality & Stability
Military Class Essentials: Total Protection for Military Class Motherboards
HDMI: High-Definition Multimedia Interface
Fast Boot: Quickly Boot Up & Enter OS in A Few Seconds
M-Flash: Simply Update & Backup Your BIOS
Live Update 5: Easily Update The Latest BIOS & Drivers

ECS

ECS BAT-I
[Image: ecs-bat-i.jpg]
Applied Solid Capacitor for CPU VRM to ensure a longer lifespan for system
ECS Durathon Technology ensure the stability, reliability and performance of system.
(Triple Density PCB; Extreme Temp Resistance; 1.5K Marathon Test; Superior Solid CAPs)
Dual Display design for multiple output support
Integrated Printer (LPT) port / header to expand functionality
Microsoft Windows 8 Certified
Intel VRD 12 Ready
Supports DirectX 11 to enhance graphical performance
Supports HDMI 1.4a Technology ( resolution up to 1920X1200 ) and HDCP function
ECS Intelligent EZ Utility : eBLU, eDLU, eSF
Free Bundle: Norton Internet Security ,CyberLink PowerDVD, CyberLink PowerDirector 9,
Muzee, Google Chrome, Magix with trial version


Biostar

Biostar J1800NH Ver. 6.x
Product page at Antarespro showing US$58.99
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On board Intel Dual-core Celeron J1800 processor
Supports 1 SO-DIMM of DDR3L(1.35V) 1333/1066MHz up to 8G maximum capacity
Intel HD Graphics
Mini size (17*17cm ) for flexible use
Supports BIO-Remote 2 Technology
Supports Charger Booster Technology

ASRock

ASRock IMB-150
ASRock IMB-151
There are from ASRock's "IPC" series so no idea if they will be available to retailers. I'd like to see the IMB-151 since it has on-board power.


It looks like one issue so far is only Windows 8/8.1 is supported by these motherboards. At least one manufacturer highlights that on their website. It seems the issue is, as always, is GPU drivers.

Amazon Japan is listing the Gigabyte model here: http://www.amazon.co.jp/dp/B00I39OWHC/re...VRQENFRJN5

It translates into about US$97.

are all off them onboard proccessor?? [Image: w.png]
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(2014-03-11 18:09)g4ptek Wrote:  are all off them onboard proccessor??

Yes.

(2014-01-30 18:50)Dougie Fresh Wrote:  Gigabyte GA-J1800N-D2H
Built-in Intel Celeron J1800 (2.41 GHz) Dual-Core processor

(2014-01-30 18:50)Dougie Fresh Wrote:  MSI J1800I
Intel Celeron J1800 Processor Onboard

(2014-01-30 18:50)Dougie Fresh Wrote:  Biostar J1800NH Ver. 6.x
On board Intel Dual-core Celeron J1800 processor
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And the award for proof reading this thread goes to........

Modded MK1 NUC - CLICK ----- NUC Wiki - CLICK

Bay Trail NUC FTW!

I've donated, have you?

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After my initial report on the J1800N-D2H I have had an good dialogue with Gigabyte support and they have a new BIOS coming out that I have tested (for those who allready have this motherboard it can be found on http://www.gigabytenordic.com/wordpress/...80ND2H.rar).

This bios is the F3 version and it corrects the HDMI problem (you will need to go to advanced settings in the bios and select CSM Support: Enabled and Video: Legacy to get it to work flawlessly).

The problem with booting legacy operating systems (such as a USB stick with OpenElec) also seems to be gone with this bios release (as long as CSM support is enabled and Legacy is selected for storage and boot option).
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(2014-03-12 01:22)bablefish Wrote:  After my initial report on the J1800N-D2H I have had an good dialogue with Gigabyte support and they have a new BIOS coming out that I have tested (for those who allready have this motherboard it can be found on http://www.gigabytenordic.com/wordpress/...80ND2H.rar).

This bios is the F3 version and it corrects the HDMI problem (you will need to go to advanced settings in the bios and select CSM Support: Enabled and Video: Legacy to get it to work flawlessly).

The problem with booting legacy operating systems (such as a USB stick with OpenElec) also seems to be gone with this bios release (as long as CSM support is enabled and Legacy is selected for storage and boot option).

Sounds like some positive movement. Good to know and thanks for keeping us updated!
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(2014-03-12 01:22)bablefish Wrote:  After my initial report on the J1800N-D2H I have had an good dialogue with Gigabyte support and they have a new BIOS coming out that I have tested (for those who allready have this motherboard it can be found on http://www.gigabytenordic.com/wordpress/...80ND2H.rar).

This bios is the F3 version and it corrects the HDMI problem (you will need to go to advanced settings in the bios and select CSM Support: Enabled and Video: Legacy to get it to work flawlessly).

The problem with booting legacy operating systems (such as a USB stick with OpenElec) also seems to be gone with this bios release (as long as CSM support is enabled and Legacy is selected for storage and boot option).

Hi

I'm planning to buy this motherboard. But unfortunately your link to the F3 BIOS is dead. The BIOS is not yet on Gigabytes support page either. Have they told you around what time they would release this BIOS to the masses?

I'm planning to build an Openelec system (running from a USB stick)

Thanks for the info!
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F3: http://www.gigabytenordic.com/wordpress/...80ND2H.rar
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(2014-03-12 09:50)MatteN Wrote:  F3: http://www.gigabytenordic.com/wordpress/...80ND2H.rar

Pardon for my english.
I have this gigabyte motherboard. I am very happy with it. With BIOS F2 I managed to install Ubuntu 13.10 64bit with 2GB of RAM and It works very well. What I have not yet gotten it to work is the XBMC (have not tested much)

See if I try and try F3 BIOS try other operating systems.
As the theme of this motherboard BIOS promises quite fixed.
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Thanks for taking the time to come here and inform us of this. So this Gigabyte board seems usefull after all Smile
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