Obligatory EPIA N Pictures
March 24, 2004
We've shown various development stages of VIA's Nano-ITX sized board over the past few months, and this time we have the latest prototype from the VIA stand at CeBIT. The visible differences are: this one actually has a heatsink, and a simpler style of power socket (10 connectors instead of 20 as on the previous prototypes). The EPIA N board will be driven by a CN400 Northbridge and VT8237 Southbridge, which means Serial ATA, S3's Unichrome Pro graphics with built-in MPEG-2 decoder and MPEG-4 acceleration, and 6-channel "VIA Vinyl" Audio. Memory is provided by up to 1GB on a single DDR266, 333 or 400 SODIMM. VIA anticipate 533Mhz, 800Mhz and 1Ghz versions - all with fanless "Eden" CPUs.
And in case we confuse you in future: Nano-ITX is the 12x12cm form factor. EPIA N is the first range of boards to be produced in that form factor - and if we don't see you for a few days, we just installed Unreal Tournament...
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