Mini-ITX speed building competition
September 03, 2004
VIA's Tim Brown randomly plucked two computer journalists from the crowd today for a Mini-ITX speed-building competition in London's Leicester Square. Bribed with a free T-Shirt, we supported the Hexus hack - but despite some shenanigans with a power switch (and perhaps assisted by a lack of screws) from his opponent, he narrowly lost. Mini-ITX gear was of course provided by our good selves. We wouldn't recommend building Mini-ITX PCs at lightning speeds (amusing to watch though it is) - these boards are best at being small, quiet, fully integrated, and low power consumption. We have an introduction to them here... American tourists visiting London might like to note that Leicester is pronounced "Lie-chester". Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
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