J&W's Latest ITX Board is First to Support USB 3.0, SATA 6Gbps

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Ultio

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xx-_-xx

I found a supplier... mvixusa.com is going to have them the 3rd week of August!

My email to them:

I was wondering if you would be able to order a MiniX 890GXUSB3 motherboard for me. There is a lot of people looking for these, and it seems nobody in the North American market has them at this time.

Thank you,
xx-_-xx

 

Their reply:

Hello xx-_-xx

Thank you for your email and interest in our products.

Definitely.
This board will launched on or about 3rd weeks of AUG 2010
Price is expected to be approx USD 195 or so - it includes wifi.

thanks and have a good day

Mark 

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dedgar

I contacted Evertek about this motherboard. They are a liquidator and no longer cary this board. So the only place to even consider obtaining one is now overseas.

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dedgar

I found a site in Germany that has this board listed at 189 Euros. That is about $248 USD.

Although I find this board intriguing, that's a little high for my pocketbook.

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kenwong

which one is good at selling ITX? :)

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logicmaster2003

wow ! 

I would like to own one of this ! :)

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avenger48

Are those SO-DIMM's, or something more exotic?

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kenwong

kington got hyperx sodimm memory

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Scootiep

From what I could find looking around, yes they are SO-DIMMs, here's to hoping for some performance based SO-DIMMs. Slap a Vapor-X 5770 (almost inaudible) in this little sucker and you could have yourself one hell of a HTPC/NAS/Light gaming rig. I want one, I want one, I want one!

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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Stry8993

Would importing one like... have any different power requirements? Ala Hair Dryer in European Hotel?

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Scootiep

No, that's all done on the power supply's end. And that would be why most power supplies have that little switch labeled 120v / 240v...

To start press any key...ohh, where's the "Any" key. - Homer Simpson

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linkmaster6

They only list Evertek as a US supplier and the J&W mobos aren't even listed on the site.

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