Sunday, June 15th 2014

ASRock Releases the Q1900TM-ITX Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

ASrock has this week rolled out a new board equipped with Intel's Celeron J1900 (Bay Trail-D) quad-core SoC, a thin Mini-ITX model named Q1900TM-ITX. This mini PC/all-in-one motherboard has a fanless design and features two DDR3/DDR3L memory slots (for up to 16 GB of RAM), dual SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, one PCIe x1 and one mini PCIe slot, Qualcomm Atheros Gigabit Ethernet, one USB 3.0 and three USB 2.0 ports, one LVDS connector, and D-Sub and HDMI video outputs.

ASRock's Q1900TM-ITX can be found on sale for as low as €111.55.
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7 Comments on ASRock Releases the Q1900TM-ITX Bay Trail-Powered Mini-ITX Motherboard

#1
brunello
by: Cristian_25H


ASRock's Q1900TM-ITX can be found on sale for as low as €111.55
I mean, really? I can buy a mATX B85 + pentium G for that price
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#2
john_
I guess you are paying for that mini ITX form factor and maybe that LVDS, what ever that LVDS connector is.
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#3
TRWOV
by: john_
I guess you are paying for that mini ITX form factor and maybe that LVDS, what ever that LVDS connector is.
It's the monitor connector for All in ones... for laptops too but I don't think this board is intended for those.

What happened to Intel's AIO form factor initiative? Are those cases still being made?
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#4
brunello
by: TRWOV
It's the monitor connector for All in ones... for laptops too but I don't think this board is intended for those.

What happened to Intel's AIO form factor initiative? Are those cases still being made?
yep, if you're lucky you can find some LGA1155 thin mITX board, but those are rare and expensive, also the intel heatsink you need for those AIO is to be purchased aside.
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#5
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
by: john_
I guess you are paying for that mini ITX form factor and maybe that LVDS, what ever that LVDS connector is.
It isn't just the mITX form factor, it is the thin mITX form factor. That is part of the price premium.
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#6
Diverge
one PCIe x1
Too bad it doesn't at least have a 4x for an HBA card. Could have been a nice DIY NAS board.
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#7
MikeMurphy
This isn't a very good answer to the AM1 platform.
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