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As I said above, this board is a "bloody brilliant" product for the money, even if you pay full price which I didn't! Performance is astounding. I loaded this system up with an old GB Western Digital hard disk so old, in fact, that although it is a SATA drive, it uses a translation bridge to do the protocol conversion--it is a PATA drive at heart2 MB PC DIMMs which the Asus manual says will not work, but it didsome cheap speakers and a Samsung 15" flat panel display operating at x with a bit color depth. I was more than a little surprised when I found that installing the operating system from the external USB drive worked flawlessly.

Somehow I expected that something stupid would happen when Windows setup took over Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard of the USB subsystem from the BIOS, thereby nullifying the emulation that made the external drive appear to be nothing more than an IDE device.

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I really was anticipating a feature-length extravaganza that would result in hours of entertainment trying to persuade the machine into behaving--or at least my going and pulling a SATA optical drive out of another system temporarily. Windows XP Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard installed and ready to use in right around 30 minutes. And then I hit it, starting up and using the Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard as a normal as normal as I happen to be, anyway person would. OpenOffice came into working order quickly. Firefox also worked perfectly well. It was even possible to play high definition videos on YouTube, although that was pushing things just a little bit and caused the system to become a little less responsive.

Google Earth worked surprisingly well. Multitasking tests consisted of having all of the above applications open and in some state of Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard at the time. Again, the system didn't skip a beat or have any trouble keeping up. It got to hitting the paging file a bit due to the low amount of installed RAM. This was not a problem at any point.


I never had any problems with video choppiness or Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard music streaming from the network cutting out. This board just kept on flying along, and giving a very good account of itself. Miscellany There are some curious features present or not present on this board that can leave one wondering why they were put there.

Asus--at least in theory--allows you to overlock this board and its Celeron processor. Within the setup program you will find settings for "AI Overclocking" functionality. When set to defaults, the overclocking functionality is set to Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard "automatic" configuration value.

I'd swear to you that the first time I ventured into setup, I noticed that the CPU appeared to be clocked at 1. In fact, I'm very sure that it was. I hadn't even noticed that the processor appeared to be overclocked until I'd already been tinkering with the board for a few hours. I can't prove this now because I tinkered with the settings and changed them to "manual" in an effort to evaluate the system when running at its stock speed. After that point, whatever overclocking magic the system had was gone. From that point on, setting the BIOS to use automatic settings resulted in its running at the stock clock speed. Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard


When the manual setting was turned on, I could only adjust the system bus speed from to MHz. As this only resulted in the system running at 1,MHz instead of 1,MHz, it really wasn't a worthwhile thing to do. The board seemed to be willing to run at a MHz setting, at least on the short term. Gaining only 60MHz worth of clock speed Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard never be noticed, and Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard doubt the other components on the board would stand being overdriven all that long anyway. The small gain in speed would likely be offset almost immediately with strange crashes and other problems.

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Maybe I dreamed the whole thing. I really don't think I did, though. I well remember thinking when I saw the 1. I did a double take at the time, and checked it again. Whatever the case, I did the same tests when the processor speed was reported to be "only" 1. It's completely baffling as to why these are present on a low-end, highly integrated board. There are solder pads near the left hand side of the board near the DIMM slots, and these are marked "TPM" as though they could be populated with a connector that would later accept an optional Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard. It appears that the feature almost made it and was dropped at almost the last minute. Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard

It's Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard mentioned in the manual, which cheerfully tells you that the setting cannot be enabled. This system does not appear to support any sort of fan speed control. It presents three fan speed control adjustments, none of which appear to have any effect at all on the CPU fan or an optional fan connected to the case fan connector. Overall Thoughts If you are considering building your own compact, low power computer system and have plans to use it for day-to-day computing, this is absolutely the motherboard to buy. I wasn't expecting the ITX to be such an outstanding performer.


Time and time again it stood up to the challenge. Intel® Celeron on board; Intel® GC/ ICH7 chipset; 2 x DDR2 DIMM sockets the ICH7 I/O controller hub provide the vital interfaces for the motherboard. Want More? ROG · TUF · Asus Asus ITX-220 Server Motherboard Center · ASUSPRO · Automotive Solutions · ASUS HealthCare · Download ROG Product Guide · TUF Gaming.

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