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Gigabyte AMD E-350D APU AMD A45 FCH Mini ITX Motherboard + CPU Combo (GA-E350N) EXPIRED

yurkinator 150 September 16, 2012 at 07:34 AM in Computers (4) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 09-16-2012 at 07:23 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Gigabyte AMD E-350D APU AMD A45 FCH Mini ITX Motherboard + CPU Combo (GA-E350N) for $59.99 with free shipping. Thanks yurkinator

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Edited September 16, 2012 at 02:40 PM by widgit
GIGABYTE GA-E350N AMD E-350D APU AMD A45 FCH Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6813128561

Model
Brand
GIGABYTE
Model
GA-E350N
Combo Type
Motherboard/CPU Combo

Bundle
CPU
AMD E-350D APU
With Cooler
Yes

Supported CPU
CPU Type
AMD APU

Chipsets
North Bridge
AMD A45 FCH

Memory
Number of Memory Slots
2×240pin
Memory Standard
DDR3 1333 (O.C.)/1066
Maximum Memory Supported
16GB

Expansion Slots
PCI Slots
1

Storage Devices
SATA
4 x SATA 3.0Gb/s

Onboard Video
Onboard Video Chipset
AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics

Onboard Audio
Audio Channels
8 Channels

Onboard LAN
Max LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps

Rear Panel Ports
PS/2
2
COM
1
LPT
1
Video Ports
D-Sub
HDMI
1 x HDMI
USB 1.1/2.0
4 x USB 2.0
Audio Ports
3 Ports

Internal I/O Connectors
Onboard USB
4 x USB 2.0
Other Connectors
1 x 24-pin ATX main power connector
1 x 4-pin ATX 12V power connector
1 x CPU fan header
1 x system fan header
1 x front panel header
1 x front panel audio header
1 x S/PDIF Out header
1 x chassis intrusion header
1 x power LED header
1 x Clear CMOS jumper

Physical Spec
Form Factor
Mini ITX
Dimensions
6.7" x 6.7"

Features
Features
AMD Dual-Core E-350D Processor

GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 4 Classic

DualBIOS 3TB+ HDD Support (Hybrid EFI Technology)

On/Off Charge Technology

AMD E-350D 3D Graphics Performance Upgrade- up to 3DMark 2006 2400 marks!!

Supports DDR3 1333+

EasyTune6

HDMI Interface
Quick Info
Warranty
Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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#61
I have an old Shuttle SN78 combo with a dead motherboard. Anyone know if this mini-TX board will fit? Shuttles fit some mini-itx, and not others...
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#62
Quote from ek9cv5 View Post :
So all i need for an htpc build is ram, case, hdd and power supply. Then its good to go? Just want to confirm it will stream 1080p/720p from xbmc without any issues? Thanks
XBMC? I don't think so, unless XMBC supports DXVA now. I use WMC and it works great all the way up to BluRay, but that's with the DXVA codecs installed.
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#63
Quote from ctsinc View Post :
A friend of mine found an old broken home theater amp on craigslist for free. he gutted it and used that. Too big for my taste, but made an elegant solution nonetheless.
An old VCR case is cool retro too! If you're crafty, you can work a bluray drive into the cassette slot. ;-)
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#64
Quote from Zuhkov View Post :
Yep. If you have spare parts, great, if not, you can check my post on page 1 for some ram, case, and psu options. If you use OpenELEC, you don't even need an HDD, just a small flash drive.
I would opt for a dual boot setup instead of just OpenELEC.

as OpenELEC as much as it is fast/nice/near instant bootup. it is only media playback.

This thing is a full fledge PC. why would you want to limit it to just media playback applicance. if thats the case you might be better off wit ha Roku or some of those media playback device which can be had for $50.

best to dual boot
- OpenELEC (boot into it by default)
- Win7 or Linux


that way if you want to do some "computer work" you have the option
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#65
i have couple of this in my HTPC build using apec MI-008 case. Have it on all the time, since e305 very low power usage.
recently convert one of them to file server using windows home server 2011.
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#66
Can anyone confirm that the HDMI passes audio on this as well as video?
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#67
Quote from tkairys View Post :
Can anyone confirm that the HDMI passes audio on this as well as video?
Not exact item confirmation, but I use a C-60, the further step down in the fusion line, and have no problems bitstreaming TrueHD/DTS-HD Master Audio and 1080p over HDMI...
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#68
Quote from elmo7 View Post :
XBMC? I don't think so, unless XMBC supports DXVA now. I use WMC and it works great all the way up to BluRay, but that's with the DXVA codecs installed.
Yes, XBMC has support for DXVA. Come on back, the water is perfect Wink
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#69
Quote from odie5533 View Post :
"How about we include one of those giant LPT ports no one has used in 10 years?"
and so they did.
I am going to use it. I have VFD panel that connects to the PC via LPT port. So this option defenetly is a plus for me.
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#70
Quote from pmason View Post :
I'm debating between building a small server and buying a 2 bay NAS. I really just need the capabilities of a NAS like the synology but this would end up being cheaper. anyone buying this who is in my shoes?

Ok I have the synology 212j and it is CRAZY slow. I have also built a pc and turned it into a freenas nas and done whs v1 and whs 2011 and all of which smoke the synology system. There are only two reasons to do synology over home built. better support (ie drive failure) and power considerations. No matter what kind of pc you build it will chew more than a naS
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#71
Has anyone used this board with FreeNAS 7? Please share your your experience.Thanks in advance!
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#72
Quote from mrdally204 View Post :
Yes, XBMC has support for DXVA. Come on back, the water is perfect Wink
For me XBMC worked great on the Xbox 1. There was no decent file browser and no decent web browser, so all you really wanted was an integrated media center. But with new HTPCs, I've tried XBMC and I've always gone back to using just Windows + a file browser. If I want to open a web browser, having XBMC open makes that more difficult. And it's harder to exit XBMC than it is to exit MPC-HC. I also find the regular Windows file browser easier to use than the List view on XBMC.

I could see using XBMC if you have a remote/game pad and don't have a wireless mouse + keyboard. But other than that the draw escapes me. And that's without even considering how much more control you have over codecs and renderes in MPC-HC.
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#73
Quote from ph7 View Post :
I have an old Shuttle SN78 combo with a dead motherboard. Anyone know if this mini-TX board will fit? Shuttles fit some mini-itx, and not others...
Can you report back if you bite?
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#74
Quote from number six View Post :
I have an E-350 that I use for a file server.

I looked at the straight up mini NAS enclosures but most only supported 2 drives and cost more than an E-350 setup (I paid about $120 for an E-350 w/4gb DDR3 about a year ago).

I prefer having the E-350 over the NAS because it does give some added features. I have Ubuntu running on it and while 90% of the time it's only used as a File Server i also run anything I need going 24/7 on it. I have an IRC client/script, a small FTP server, etc. If i need to torrent something (legally!) i'll do it from there as it's going to save directly to the file server anyway. I mean at the end of the day a NAS would probably work but given the costs i'm happy having something a bit more robust and expandible.

The downside is an E-350 would also require a case, power supply, etc. and to be on the safe side hooked up to a monitor in case the remote goes down. I just have it hooked into my main monitor on the VGA port and swap over in the rare cases when an update hangs or something. A NAS of course is plug and play in most cases but is a lot less flexible.

Speed wise the E-350 works perfectly for this sort of application, i've never seen it really bog down or anything. I don't having it actually playing media though.. it just hosts the file and the actual playback is handled by a media player.
what kind of case do you use with yours?
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#75
I ordered an In-Win BP655.200BL 200W Mini-ITX case for $48 shipped... just apply coupon "NOFUMBLE5" for $5 off at checkout... seems like a solid case for the money...

https://www.superbiiz.com/detail....CA-BP655BL
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