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ECS Elitegroup Celeron 1037 Dual Core Processor Mini ITX DDR3 1333 BGA 1023 Motherboard NM70-I2 (1.0)

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  • Applied Solid Capacitor for CPU VRM to ensure a longer lifespan for system
  • ESD Protection prevents computers from electrostatic discharge damage to enhance its durability and lifespan
  • Microsoft Windows 8 Certified
  • 17W Celeron 1037 CPU
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CPU Model Socket BGA 1023 BGA 559 NA NA
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Form Factor Mini ITX Mini ITX Mini ITX Mini ITX
Total PCI slots 0 1 0 1
Memory Slots Available 2 2 2 2
Total SATA ports 4 2 1 4
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Product Description

The NM70-I2, comes with an integrated Intel Celeron 1037 CPU and is based on the NM70 Express Chipset. With features like full Electrostatic Discharge Protection, Best Power Efficiency platform and full Windows 8 support, the NM70-I2 is the best choice for affordable but capable small form factor systems. The NM70-I2 is ideal for desktop PCs, home theater PCs and industrial applications. With the Intel Celeron processor only consuming a maximum of 17W the ECS NM70-I2 is a low power solution. It features intelligent power management by turning computing functions on only when needed, reducing energy usage by operating at lower frequencies when performance is not necessary. The ECS NM70-I2 also has 100% solid capacitor for the CPU voltage regulator module to maximize the reliability and longevity of your system. The ECS NM70-I2 supports video and storage upgrades with 1x PCI-E x16 2.0, 1x 6Gb/s SATA and 3x 3GB/s SATA connections. For industrial applications, the NM70-I2 is equipped with 2 Serial ports(COM). Moreover, users can enjoy high definition media as the NM70-I2 supports HD 1080p and Blu-Ray playback.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 2 x 7.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00G237CYQ
  • Item model number: NM70-I2 (1.0)
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 16, 2013

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I will probably buy another one to make a cluster later.
Frenchyaz
Playing 1080p YouTube videos takes about 60% CPU usage with occasional spikes to 90% or so, but they play well.
U. W. Radu
I'm dual booting Windows 8 and Fedora 20 with 8GB RAM and at 1.8GHz this board runs quite well.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By U. W. Radu on November 14, 2013
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I just used this board together with 4GB of RAM, a Kingston 120GB V300 SSD and an APEX MI-008 compact case to build a basic home machine for my dad. Since I reused his existing DVD burner, monitor, mouse and keyboard, the total cost was $230 (excluding another hundred bucks for Windows 8.1, sigh!) His entire computing existence consists of editing large documents in Microsoft Word and browsing news sites for articles and streaming news videos, so his power needs are quite modest.

Windows 8.1 installed very quickly and so did the roughly 500MB of updates, which included the proper Intel integrated graphics driver and some chipset drivers. There were zero problems with drivers or compatibility, Windows 8.1 recognized everything. I am really impressed with the performance of this bargain system, qualitatively it feels no different from my Sandy Bridge i3. The desktop is buttery smooth at 1680x1050, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome launch instantly (thanks to the SSD), and browsing even very complex flash sites like cnn.com or spiegel.de full-screen is extremely smooth and glitchless. Playing 1080p YouTube videos takes about 60% CPU usage with occasional spikes to 90% or so, but they play well. Picasa loads instantly and feels almost as lightweight as Notepad in use. With Fast Boot in the BIOS turned off the machine cold boots to the logon screen in around 5 seconds. I'm also impressed with how quiet the system is. The miniscule (and I do mean tiny) heatsink fan on the Celeron mostly idles and only kicks up when playing 1080p streaming video for a while. The fan on the PS of the APEX case is also temperature controlled and is silent most of the time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BlackLotus on April 16, 2014
So, I'm going to start that this wasn't the board I had initially ordered. I ordered a similar ECS ITX board, but in the 1150 socket for a Pentium 3220 I got on a smokin sale. I at first was going to return it, but realized for a home server, the low power 1037u celeron would do just as well as the Pentium and draw a lot less power and cause a lot less noise. I will state, for server purposes, this cannot take/use ECC RAM, which the Pentium can. For a really basic home server, this isn't an issue, plus the extra parts I built this from had only run of the mill RAM.

It has all the ports I need and uses DIMM ram so I could utilize all my old desktop leftovers. Plugs in with a regular ATX 24pin for the mobo and doesn't require the extra CPU plug due to the very low power CPU. It has 4 sata ports, one being the faster SATA 3 revision for screaming speeds. The spacing and placement of ports/hookups on the board is great. Nothing interferes with anything else. I have front USB ports, 2 hard drives, and an extra fan all being connected to this board. I haven't used the PCI-E slot yet, but it doesn't look like putting a regular sized card in there would hinder access to any ports/plugs.

There are 2 issues I have with this board. The first and less minor is the 1 fan plug seems to under-powered. If I used a fan splitter to power more than 1 fan, none will spin-up. If I connect the 1 front fan, it works fine, but it isn't running at near full-speed. I don't mind this, as I just need it to push some cool air, but if you were using this in a build with air-flow restrictions or high-heat, less air from a fan might be bad. I just used this port and plugged my other fan directly into the molex off the PSU.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joel C Allen on March 26, 2014
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I bought this board and I am very impressed with it. I use it as a spare and the kids use it to play Minecraft and Netflix on it. It Low power consumption is nice. Pair this thing with a SSD and a good low cost video card you will be more than impressed.

I would suggest for people that are internet browsing/ document writers, Mild gamer, or low power HTPC users.
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By Frenchyaz on April 27, 2014
This little board is an update of my Gigabyte 847 (1.1GHz). I wanted a board capable to be set as a server and this one somehow does it with some tweaking. I set it up with an BM M1015 (LSI 9211) PCIe x8 and it has been recognized so far. I can run Server 2012 or ESXi 5.1 (5.5 requires Realtek drivers injection) with up to 8 HDDs on the controller plus some more with the onboard sata.
I will probably buy another one to make a cluster later. For now, I'm still testing the board. Also, don't forget to update the firmware!
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ECS Elitegroup Celeron 1037 Dual Core Processor Mini ITX DDR3 1333 BGA 1023 Motherboard NM70-I2 (1.0)
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Price: $122.02 $73.29
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