EPIA-P910 Pico-ITX Motherboard 1
By Matthew Nawrocki
- Item: EPIA-P910 Pico-ITX Motherboard
- Company: VIA Technologies, Inc.
- Product URL: http://www.viaembedded.com/en/products/boards/1950/1/EPIA-P910.html
- Supported OS: Windows 7, Windows 8
- Price: $359.00
- Rating: 4 out of 5
- Availability: December 2012
- Bottom Line: This ridiculously small Intel-compatible motherboard is feature rich and works well with Windows. However, the high cost for the privilege of owning one, sets this product out of reach for most consumers.
Credit: Images by Matthew Nawrocki for TechRepublic
In the first image of the system, you can see the power wires running to the board. Looking at the images of the board, it looks as if there is a power connector near the SATA ports and one near the VGA port. At a guess, one supplies power out for the SATA drives and the other is the input power connector. The board power suppy is likely a 12V wall wart. In the first image of the system, you can see the power wires running to the board. What I am wondering more about is the memory -- a single SODIMM mounted to the bottom of the board would be my guess but a image would have been nice.
This M'Board comes with a Power Adapter similar to a NB and that is where it gets it's power from. It doesn't have conventional M'Board type power connectors. But you can try reading the review here http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/window-on-windows/hardware-review-via-epia-p910-pico-itx-motherboard/6907?tag=main Col