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Intel mini iTX - Intel NM10 Express - DDR3 SODIMM - Max: 4 GB - Network adapter
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Rating: 9/10
With 24 User Reviews
Nili
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Review Date: 07/20/13
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Purchased these for our manufacturing floor - no fans/ significantly less heat mean longer survival. I've employed some of the earlier Atom boards and they weren't desktop replacements, but this one particular is. We added a 32GB OCZ Onyx drive to this develop and efficiency was superb. None May well not make a wonderful HTPC board, but delivers strong overall performance at an excellent price.
Agnes
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Review Date: 07/14/13
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Uncomplicated to set up. Runs Windows XP SP3 effortlessly. None. Mounted in Apex MI-008 mini-ITX case with 2GB RAM, laptop HDD and DVD writer. Will up the RAM to 4GB when I move to Win7.Employing this for web surfing and music and photo management.
Kirima
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Review Date: 06/03/13
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All in one board that is easy to set up. I especially like the fanless design which minimizes a hardware that can break. None so far I use this as a little kind element machine running linux with SSD. Linux installed without any difficulty and appears to be rock solid after 2 weeks of continued use as a network monitor.
Julisha
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Review Date: 05/17/13
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replaced a through c7 as a linux DVR. could do a vidx transcoding in genuine time as extended as bit rate is low. can also transcode existing video when recording a different.These atom processors are great will not reboot immediately after undertaking init six in Linux. Loaded XP to see if Windows had same challenge..it did not..I did not have this dilemma with a D510 Mount Olive board or any other atom processors I have put linux on I hope some Linux guru can shed light on this reboot dilemma. I tried 2 differ power supplies and challenging drives. It does shut down OK with a init or power button push. This is an impediment if I have to reboot remotely, which is about after each and every 3 years
Obelia
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Review Date: 12/06/12
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Simple set up / takes DDR laptop memory None Don't pull off the bios jumper (read the manual)
Saida
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Review Date: 12/01/12
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I have gotten away from running big, hefty applications, but I nevertheless had a couple of substantial, power-hungry computers in comparatively massive situations just hanging around. I knew that my netbook (running a single-core Atom) was capable to take care of most almost everything that I necessary to do, so I decided to develop a desktop version with this dual-core Atom. So far, it has been fantastic! If you want a silent, low-power ྯ watts at idle) method that is capable of handling all basic day-to-day computing tasks (browser, word processor, spreadsheet, and so forth.), then you really should definitely search into this board. No noisy fans to drown out the voices in my head. Here are the basics of my process:-Corsair Nova CSSD-V32GB2-BRKT 2.five" 32GB SATA II Internal Strong State Drive (SSD)-Intel BOXD525MW Intel Atom D525@ 1.8GHz (Dual Core) BGA559 Intel NM10 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo-Antec ISK 300-65 Black .8mm cold rolled steel Mini-ITX Desktop Laptop or computer Case-four gigs of Essential 204-pin SODIMM DDR3 PC3-10600I pulled the fan out of the case (including its mounting cage) and with the pc placed vertically, I have no challenges with heat. It's nevertheless kinda weird to press the energy button and have no sound come from the computer. I very suggest it!
Makenna
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Review Date: 10/26/12
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This board and an intel ssd consumes 15W with a DC-DC power provide (measured at plug with Killawatt meter). I have this in an Antec ISK-100 case making use of their included power provide. The case fan is practically silent, temp stays at 39C. BIOS is incredibly fantastic. Utilizes laptop memory (very modest con). I use this as a headless Ubuntu server with big capacity usb drives. 15W at idle, complete linux assistance (graphics help in the install image). This is a magnificent Intel product... my first Intel buy in eight years.
Clove
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Review Date: 09/02/12
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Initial off, i'm going to commence by saying that this is a great 'lil motherboard!Its a bit far more pricey compared to other Mini ITX motherboards but its definitely worth it!Im operating ubuntu 10.04 on a 250Gb laptop difficult drive really smoothly with 1GB of ram. None actually... If your a power user, don't anticipate this to replace your primary machine.But if all you will need is the internet, e mail, and operate or a second machine to tinker with, this motherboard is the way to go.
Sachi
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Review Date: 08/29/12
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intel fixed linux reboot difficulty with bios fix.with an APEX MI-008 plus a notebook tough drive the unit makes about as substantially noise as a deer tic would have been great if Intel had tested linux on ithad to return unit when 1st one particular's USB ports failed strange prob on Linux..didn't recognize lan as eth0..renamed it to eth1
Chris
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Review Date: 06/06/12
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-Low power -Dual core-Great standard computer system-I got this particular model simply because it uses laptop ram, and I have lots of it lying about from upgrading laptops.-No fans - only two Sata- Value dropped ŭ whilst it was in transit ;) I was truly impressed with a diverse atom230 board which I use for my NAS, so I looked at Atom boards when I needed to upgrade a net browsing Pc on a budget. The 230 isn't rather up to scratch to power a modern desktop OS smoothly, but the D525 does considerably greater.Operating windows 7 on this, every little thing functions. Web browsing Computer for grandpa. Youtube 720p works nearly fully smoothly. However not quick sufficient to handle 720pኘfps h264 from camcorder.
Aria
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Review Date: 05/30/12
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Small, well laid out, fanless CPU. Good platform for my Vortexbox. Had the similar reboot issue under Linux as Jeff did. Did a small research and identified that Intel has not too long ago released a BIOS update that fixes the Linux reboot problemhttp://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId򕮅&DwnldID�&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+NM10+Chipset+Family+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+D525MW&lang=eng
Peigi
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Review Date: 05/12/12
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Even immediately after creating a Mini ITX personal computer, I'm nonetheless in no way ready for how smaller and cute these boards are. I enjoy that this board takes laptop ram, due to the fact it's so considerably more affordable suitable now. I popped in my 2x2GB RAM and was able to boot to a Ubuntu ten.ten Live CD and allow the "Extra" graphics effects on Compiz without having any efficiency difficulties. Shows up as a quad core in the system manager mainly because it's hyper threaded. Nevertheless not sure how I really feel about passive cooling. I'm going to benchmark this for a handful of days and see how hot it gets under load, and probably purchase an aftermarket fan if it gets too warm. I'm preparing on operating this box 24ǝ뤅 as my Router\Squid Proxy\VPN, so I'd like it to remain cool.
Remedy
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Review Date: 04/09/12
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I use this Atom CPU/Motherboard combo as a personal web/svn/file server. It runs Ubuntu ten.04 LTS. So far it has been fantastic and I extremely suggest it. I place it in a M350 case, which tends to make it an really compact passively-cooled box. As I needed some disk space I decided to use a standard 2.five HDD. If you don't need hundreds of gigabytes for file storage, it may be a very good idea to think about an SSD as an alternative. In the latter case it will be a totally noise-free style.P.S. I did not encounter any difficulties rebooting the server remotely as some men and women in this forum did. Updating the BIOS was the 1st thing that I did with this motherboard even though. Nothing crucial that I can believe of. At occasions, it does get a little warmer than I would like it to be. Even so, this is to be expected given 100% passive cooling. Intel BOXD525MW (dual core, 1.eight GHz), 4GB ƒx2GB) 1066Mhz DDR3, M350 Case, PicoPSU 80W, 500 GB Scorpio Black HDD
Esperanza
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Review Date: 03/30/12
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Incredibly Rapidly with an Atom.. wish it would have a PCI Express slot .. installed a NVidia pci with 512 mb ram with bluray rom drive.. plays bluarays at 1080P on an LG 47" Television connected DVI to HDMI on video card.. Need to use an older driver for video card to play blurays but almost everything functions good.. Doesnt skip a beat.. NO PCI Express slot Nicely worth the investment
David_B@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/30/12
Cons: Basic IO (no DVI, HDMI, DP, USB3, eSATA, FW, etc)Atom is being outmoded

Pros: Low powerFanlessGood price
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I buy a lot of these as they make decent thin clients and generic low-power appliances (file servers, routers, pbx, etc). With a PicoPSU they pull around 17W idle and 21-23 peak, depending on what else you plug into them, which is good, but not great when you consider that you can get similar idle numbers out of the latest Core i5. So this board makes sense if you want to save on the initial outlay, but power savings won't be significant compared to some much faster chips.With ARM quickly eating up the low end market and Brazos and more capable chips encroaching from above, the Atom is starting to look less and less relevant, especially the way Intel tends to neuter everything with less than a $1000 price tag on it.Still, we have a bunch of these and they are very predictable. If this board meets your spec then I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Oralee
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Review Date: 02/24/12
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Absolutely nothing However. I cant get the a 16GB Mini PCIe SSD to get recognized, I have tried installing Debian, Ubuntu and Windows.... Read the manual but the manual only tells you how to install a Mini PCIe Wireless card. I updated the bios hoping that a new setting would have been included but had no luck, it is frustrating since I purchased this to make my 2TB mirrored NAS, and I cant get it to function. Maybe I should have gone for a non Intel Motherboard. I personal other Intel motherboards and they function fine, I most likely got a lemon, but nevertheless is frustrating... I will have to get in touch with assistance.
Roshaun
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Review Date: 12/24/11
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Fanless, genuine modest mobo. I was expecting the heat sink to be hot be no. I don't want a fan in the case. Running Ubuntu 10.10 perfectly. Snappy. All graphical effects are there. Just two SATA ports. When you use 1 for the principal HDD and one for the optical drive, there is no more room for your media HDD (which is possibly why you construct a machine with Atom) 4 SATA ports and replacing the PCI with a PCI Express 1x slot would have been good.
Fancy
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Review Date: 11/11/11
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Straightforward, low energy, has all the connections I require. Buggy energy restoration after a failure (i.e. remote reboot situation) makes the board useless as a remote server. I have two of these boards with the newest BIOS, and they both exhibit the very same behavior...If the CPU temp is 43c or greater and energy is removed from the method, it will not power-on when energy is restored.  I have tested this somewhat extensively and it has been a very dependable indicator.  It does not matter what the CPU temperature is when energy is restored, only the temp when energy is removed.  It does not matter if the method has been on for 1 minute, 10 minutes, or four hours, only what the CPU temp is at the time power is removed.So for all intents and purposes that means these systems will not energy back on after a energy failure, unless it's within about two minutes of turning on for the very first time, or there is a decent sized fan installed on the heatsink to preserve it below 43c.
Cian
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Review Date: 11/02/11
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Silent!!! The hard drive makes a lot more noise. Primarily running as a server (squeezebox, torrent, and so on.) but with a desktop for the kids to surf the net, check facebook, etc. Handles it all rather nicely and stays cool. Only two SATA ports. With a couple far more SATA ports, this could be an outstanding mobo for a NAS/server. The mini-pciE port is type of a waste unless you're seeking to add wireless (assuming you can come across a card). Graphics aren't robust enough to act as a media center Computer with out adding a devoted card. Seems like Intel could come up with greater configuration(s) than they have.
Garrett
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Review Date: 10/12/11
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Low, low power. runs on 12 to 15 watts with a picoPSU, 1GB RAM, and no HD installed. None I wrote a assessment earlier about a problem with the power-on following power failure feature but it turned out my PSU was at fault, not this board. (If the assessment editor sees this you could delete the review I made an hour ago, thx)
Reuel
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Review Date: 10/02/11
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Actually low energy. Passive cooling. Little form factor. Lots of USB and serial/parallel ports. 1000Base-T. Yet another SATA port would be nice to run SSD + HDD + DVD drive. Perfectly acceptable for a machine that's used for internet/email/office stuff. Running Win7-64-home edition and it boots rapidly and is really responsive. With a WD Black HDD and plain-old junker 300W energy supply it draws 37W idle and runs cool and quiet. A far better PS and SSD would take it down into the 20W range.
Leatrix
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Review Date: 08/17/11
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Nice combo. I use it for a home server, WHS Vail. Works perfectly. 2GB RAM it backs up four PCs with out concern. Does everything I need it to do. None. Not a con, genuinely, but I wish it had more SATA, but for a server, I ought to be excellent to go.
Heaven
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Review Date: 08/07/11
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Little, easy to setup, runs Windows 7 Dwelling Premium excellent, has a PCI mini card slot. Only two SATA ports - but has a PCI slot so if you require far more just add a PCI SATA card. I put a Broadcom Crystal HD mini card in the PCI mini card slot. Windows Media Player now plays HD video smoothly even at 1920x1080 resolution!
Nitara
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Review Date: 08/01/11
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A great deal cooler and quieter than the P4 method it replaced. Runs Ubuntu 10.04 LTS excellent with only 1G. Really effortless to update bios. Came with an older bios (rev 69) which caused it to lock up during restart (but not power down). Identified problem which is fixed by updating the bios. Would be good to have 2 PCI slots considering that I have 2 video capture cards. If it did I'd try to use it as a sagetv server. Maybe the new oaktrail motherboards will have this. So far, rock solid. Beat my expectations.
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Product Specifications

 
CPU Type: Intel Atom
Number of Memory Slots: 2204pin SO-DIMM
Memory Standard: DDR3 800
Maximum Memory Supported: 4GB
SATA: 2 x SATA 3.0Gb/s
Max LAN Speed: 10/100/1000Mbps
With Cooler: Yes
PCI Slots: 1

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