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Old 03-30-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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LXer: Intel DN2800MT CedarView Atom mini-ITX board power draw testing with Linux and Windows 7

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In this review we concentrate on the interesting promise of reduced power consumption of the latest generation CedarView Atom by testing power draw of the Intel DN2800MT mini-ITX motherboard, which features a CedarView dual-core Atom N2800. We have done a series of comparative power consumption tests with various Linux distros (and used Windows 7 as reference).



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