Intel D510MO, the new Atom DualCore Board
The Intel D510MO offers passive cooling and hides a D510 Dual Core Atom processor included (also used in numerous new netbooks of the newest generation). In the area of power consumption (~30 watts) the new mainboards range within the low, classic Intel Atom level. The major advantage of the new mainboard ist he possibility to utilize the 24 pin ATX jack, which makes the use of an additional P4 connector unnecessary.
The sister mainboard Intel D410PT, as well as the D510MO, offer passive cooling and hide on the one hand a single Core Intel Atom processor (D410).
As with the other mainboard generations, Intel again, focuses on the extension possibilities. Therefore, both mainboards offer a willingly utilized PCI slot and a Mini PCIexpress socket and a LPT extension slot. With these possibilities up their sleeve, with minimum effort they offer variable fields of application.
|Form Factor||Mini-ITX Mainboard|
|CPU||Intel Atom D510 @ 2x 1.66GHz (Silverthorne 45nm)|
|Chipset||Intel NM10 Express|
|L2 Cache||2x 512kb|
|Graphics||Intel GMA 3150|
|Memory||2x DDR2 667/800 RAM (bis zu 4GB)|
|Power||24 Pin ATX|
|Connectors (rear)||– 1x PS/2
– 1x D-SUB15 (VGA)
– 4x USB 2.0
– 1x LAN 10/100/1000 MBit
– 3x Sound (Line Out, Line In, Microphone)
|Audio||Realtek High Definition Audio|
|Connectors (internal)||– PCI
– Mini-PCI Express
– 4x USB
– 2x SATA
– 2x RS232
– 1x LPT
|Included||– D510MO Mainboard (with 2x 1.66Ghz Atom CPU)
– I/O ATX rear plate
– 2x SATA cable
– Drivers CD
Note : This mainboard does not fit into Voom-2, because of the big heatsink.