Summary: I was building an HTPC from scratch, and I needed a Thin Mini ITX board that is lite and not loaded with more features than I can imagine. This board prove to be the one I needed. It has the basic features, HD video and sound qualities.
Summary: This board paired with a low power i3 or i5 CPU makes for a solid CarPC build. Windows 7 installs without issue using only the included driver CD. Intel's 3 year warranty, on-line support drivers, software and technical information are all top notch.
Summary: I was looking for a low-power usage system to use as a home server and ocassionally HD movie playing. I could compromise on power usage during load as long as idle power was low. I read the missingremote website review of this MB and decided to take a chance. Due to budget constraints I decided to use the Celeron G530 ($39 - $49 range), which has most of the features of its bigger i3 cousin. I don't need 3D graphics and basic HD decoding is enough.
Summary: Great board with many good features: - CIR header for internal R6 compatible remote (MCE). - HTPC header for CEC (will be supported in the future, hopefully). - Board has its own 19v power supply. While other PICO PSUs use 16v, its nice to have a 19v and just use an ordinary laptop power brick to power your entire PC. Pin compatible with HP and Dell bricks (be sure to measure the barrel size first).
Summary: My new computer based on this board. My configuration: - Intel® Desktop Board DH61AG - Intel® Core(tm) i3-2100T Processor (3M Cache, 2.50 GHz) 35W - 2x Kingston ValueRAM Notebook Memory KVR1333D3S9/4G - Kingston SSDNow mS100 SMS100S2/64G - Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6230 - 19V 90W external PSU I have no Watt-meter, so I cannot measure the power usage of the system.
Summary: Dieses Board eignet sich sehr gut fuer ein HTPC. Es ist klein und sehr kompakt so dass man ein kleineres Gehaeuse braucht. Der Stromverbrauch von meiner Konfiruration (mit einem Intel G555) liegt unter 20 watt.