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IBASE Announces the MBB-1000 Socket LGA1700 Motherboard

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IBASE Technology Inc., a world leading manufacturer of industrial motherboards and embedded computing solutions, debuts the 12th Gen Intel Core processors (formerly Alder Lake) powered MBB-1000 ATX motherboard. The industrial platform is built with long-term reliability for graphics-intensive applications such as AIoT, digital signage, medical imaging, video surveillance and interactive kiosks.

The latest Intel processors integrate up to 8 P-cores and E-cores, drives up to 1.35x times faster in performance with enhanced Intel Iris Xe graphics engine. The MBB-1000 supports four 4K independent displays with 1x HDMI (2.0b), 1x DVI-D, and 2x DisplayPort 1.4a (DP++). It features 5G/4G/LTE connectivity with a 5G-compatible M.2 B3052 socket and discrete WiFi 6E with the new frequency band ranging from 5.925 to 7.125 GHz. The board comes with four high-speed DDR4-3200 RAM sockets with a total capacity of 128 GB and extensive I/O interfaces with 2x Intel 2.5G LAN, 10x USB ports, 4x SATA III, 4x serial ports, and multiple expansion slots including 1x PCI-E (x16), 2x PCI-E (x4), 1x PCI-E (x1), 2x PCI, and 4x M.2 slots.



"Like all IBASE motherboards, MBB-1000 uses only long-term stable capacitors and durable components combined with stringent testing procedures to meet mission-critical computing needs of our customers," said Wilson Lin, Director of IBASE Product Planning Division. "Delivering consistently high-quality products and services enable our business and those of our partners to prosper and grow throughout the years."

The MBB-1000 will be available with three different Intel chipsets (R680E/Q670E/W680) and Windows 10 (64-bit), Linux Ubuntu (64-bit), and Windows Server 2022 OS support.

MBB-1000 FEATURES:
  • 12th Gen Intel Core i9/i7/i5/i3 / Pentium / Celeron processors
  • 4x DDR4 DIMM, Max. 128 GB
  • Supports HDMI (2.0128 GBVI-D, and DisplayPort 1.4 (DP++)
  • Dual Intel 2.5G LAN
  • 8x USB 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, 4x SATA 3.0, 4x COM
  • 1x PCI-E (x16) (Gen5.0), 2x PCI-E (x4) (Gen4.0), 1x PCI-E (x1) (Gen3.0), 2x PCI
  • 4x M.2 (B-Key, E-Key, 2x M-Key)
  • Watchdog timer, Digital I/O, iAMT (16.0), TPM (2.0)

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Pci slots!! Yes I can use my old sound card!!
 
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When i see a green board i think, modern retro PC in a retro case. Source a green PCB GPU from a dell pre-build :D
 
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Its really refreshing to see at least some no-bullshit, no-RGB hardware every now and then. In short: plain green PCBs for real men, not blink-bling for twelve-year-olds...
If I were to buy Intel Gen12, this would be on the short list.

How is IBASE'es reputation when it comes to support, updates and this kind of stuff?
 
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Yes, green PCB no plastic shroud crap and a heatsink that will actually dissipate heat. I guess no one will buy it, people are stupid
 
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Yes, green PCB no plastic shroud crap and a heatsink that will actually dissipate heat. I guess no one will buy it, people are stupid
Not a consumer board and target audience will certainly buy it especially since it has cellular connectivity, PCI slots and Serial port.
 
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Not a consumer board and target audience will certainly buy it especially since it has cellular connectivity, PCI slots and Serial port.
I still don't understand the need for PCI slots in new motherboards, even though I have and use a PCI sound card myself.

It's certainly true that old industrial computers sometimes die and it's necessary to find a new home for the PCI interface cards that remain. However, a riser card can solve that - except maybe when it wouldn't physically fit in the case.
 
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I see a Pin Header with enough pins for DVI-D behind the I/O area, midway to the socket. Bet it breaks out into a PCI-bracket DVI-D receptacle.
Sad that the only new boards I'm seeing with any sort of expansion slots are 'server', 'workstation', and 'industrial'. Both AM5 and LGA1700 enthusiast class boards I'm seeing previewed have very limited expansion options.
 
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I see a Pin Header with enough pins for DVI-D behind the I/O area, midway to the socket. Bet it breaks out into a PCI-bracket DVI-D receptacle.
Sad that the only new boards I'm seeing with any sort of expansion slots are 'server', 'workstation', and 'industrial'. Both AM5 and LGA1700 enthusiast class boards I'm seeing previewed have very limited expansion options.

This has been the case for a long time though. I mean yeah, way back when all computers were workstations and good ones built to stupid standards. But once everything went "gamer" that changed there had to be segmentation. Now there are workstation and server and industrial boards in the enterprise segment. And the consumer has corporate stable (for DIY companies), half assed workstation board, creator boards, gamer boards, and the regular stuff.
 
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Its really refreshing to see at least some no-bullshit, no-RGB hardware every now and then. In short: plain green PCBs for real men, not blink-bling for twelve-year-olds...
If I were to buy Intel Gen12, this would be on the short list.

How is IBASE'es reputation when it comes to support, updates and this kind of stuff?

This is an industrial-use motherboard. It's intended for set-and-forget heavy duty use applications that are very likely to interface with legacy hardware (hence the serial, COM ports and PCI slots) so I would guess that software support from the company is likely to be relatively limited (i.e. I don't think you'll be using a Raptor Lake i9 KS on this at launch, if ever), though generic drivers will probably work just fine.

Provided you can even source one from somewhere.
 
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