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Jetway Now Shipping AMD R-Series Embedded Mini-ITX Motherboard

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  1. btarunr

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    Jetway Computer Corp., a leader in computer electronics and motherboard design and manufacturing, announced availability of the NF82 mini-ITX motherboard for AMD R-Series APU embedded processors, codenamed eTrinity. The eTrinity platform delivers a high-performance platform to SMB and embedded system integrators developing low-power small form factor mini-PC solutions with exceptional graphics performance.

    Jetway is the first manufacturer to ship a mini-ITX motherboard supporting the new FS1r2 socket AMD R-Series APU. By using the FS1r2 socket, a system integrator can choose the price or performance they want, rather than be limited by a specific BGA processor soldered onto a motherboard. AMD is currently shipping four R-Series APU models through their AMD Authorized Embedded Distributors; Arrow, ASI, AVNET, Symmetry and Synnex. Below is a list of the available R-Series APU.

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    AMD R-Series APU (Socket FS1r2)
    • R-464L, 2.3GHz, Quad-Core, 4MB Cache, Radeon HD 7660G, 35W
    • R-460H, 1.9GHz, Quad-Core, 4MB Cache, Radeon HD 7640G, 35W
    • R-272F, 2.7GHz, Dual-Core, 1MB Cache, Radeon HD 7520G, 35W
    • R-268D, 2.5GHz, Dual -Core, 1MB Cache, Radeon HD 7420G, 35W
    The Jetway NF82 is an ideal platform for Digital Signage supporting up to three simultaneous independent displays or one large display by using the built-in AMD Eyefinity Technology. Even more displays can be supported by installing a PCI Express x16 graphics card.

    The rear I/O is loaded with ports, including 5.1 channel audio, dual gigabit LAN, four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort and two RS232 serial ports. Additional features include 5-year availability, six SATA3 6Gb/s ports supporting RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, one mSATA / PCI Express Mini Card shared slot, supports up to 16GB memory, USB 3.0 and 2.0 internal headers, four internal serial port headers, 8-bit GPIO, watchdog system reset and a TPM 1.2 header.

    The Jetway NF82 mini-ITX motherboard is now available at authorized resellers and system integrators. For more information, visit the product page.
  2. Daisho

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    This actually looks like a pretty capable little mobo for a mini NAS box. 6 SATA ports, dual gigabit lan, msata slot, low-wattage cpu...
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    Looks very nice. Hopefully priced under $100.
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    nice low power and sff work machine.

    NF82 reminds me of NForce chipsets!
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    Thought Jetway was already out of the business or something.. good to see them alive and well. I remember my Vanta way back 98'.. made by Jetway. Quite OC'able and is still working till now.
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    As it's an embedded board, it won't be cheap, I'd say $250 or there abouts.
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    Nice. I've only played with the lower end APU C-50 and C-70 for what they where and what they could do I was very impressed. Then measured the systems powerusage and found it very good.

    This would mobo and APU would make an Nice upgrade from my aging atom 330.

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