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Old 03-12-2014, 06:51 PM   #1
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LXer: Mini-ITX mobo taps 2GHz AMD quad-core G-Series SoC


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Aaeon announced a Linux-ready Mini-ITX motherboard based on AMD’s 2GHz G-Series APU SoC, and sporting multiple display, GbE, SATA, USB, and PCIe interfaces. It has now been nearly a year since AMD introduced its 1st-generation G-Series system-on-chip, which merged the company’s CPU, GPU, and I/O hub technologies into a single chip. In that time, we’ve […]

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