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2004 - The AmigaOne MicroA1-C

Technical Specifications:
Form Factor mini ITX (170x170)
CPU 750Fx (G3)
CPU speed 800MHz
CPU upgradable Yes
CPU socket Yes (A1 Megaarray)
CPU cooling Active (fan)
FSB 133MHz
Memory slots 1 x SODIMM
Memory type SDRAM
Memory specification Registered 133
Max memory 2GB
Memory onboard 256MB
Northbridge Articia 'S' with fix
Southbridge VIA 82C686B
PCI 33 MHz 0 Slots
PCI 66MHz 1 Slot
Graphics onboard ATI Radeon 7000 32MB
Graphics outputs SVGA, S-Video, Composite
Audio onboard CM!8738 6 channel 5.1 surround
sound with CDROM, front audio
on headers
AGP slots 0
AGP speed n/a
IDE controller VIA 686B ATA100
IDE headers 40 & 44 way
I/O expansion none
Firewire IEEE1394 none
Ethernet chip 3COM 920C 10/100
USB mode 1.1
USB ports 2 back plate+2 headers
PS2 ports Keyboard + mouse
Serial ports 1 x 16650 equiv. on header
Parallel port 1 x EPP/ECP
IRDA port none
Firmware PPCBoot + OS4 enabler
O/S capability LinuxPPC + OS4

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This motherboard was designed as a lower cost alternative to the XE, based on the Mini-ITX form factor. The irony is that most of the Mini-ITX cases cost far more than the standard ATX ones, and few are suitable for use with a riser card.

Copyright 2005 Amiga Auckland Inc. All rights reserved.
Revised: September 26, 2005.