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Intel Socket 1156/Intel H57/A&GbE/Mini-ITX Motherboard, Retail BOXDH57JG

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  • The Intel DH57JG Media Series Mini-ITX Motherboard Supports up to 8 GB of dual-channel DDR3 memory at 1333
  • This desktop motherboard supports Intel Core i5, Core i3 and Pentium G6950 processors with an LGA1156 socket.
  • Mini-ITX form factor (6.7"x6.7") delivers great performance in a small size
  • Expandable with: five SATA ports (3.0 Gb/s): four internal and one eSATA on the back panel, 12 USB 2.0 ports
  • This board supports over-clocking and comes with a robust suite of software
  • Its integrated intel HD graphics controler supports onboard video using an intel processor with graphics capabilities.
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Intel BOXDH57JG Socket 1156/Intel H57/A&GbE/Mini-ITX Motherboard, Retail

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With the Intel Desktop Board DH57JG, you can take advantage of a compact, space-efficient system without sacrificing performance. The Intel DH57JG features the tiny Mini-ITX form factor, supports the latest Intel Core i5 processors, and offers a variety of features. The Intel DH57JG is ideal for home theater PCs with its small size and home entertainment features such as an integrated HDMI port.

Desktop Board DH57JG

Form Factor: mini-ITX

Processor Socket: LGA1156

Chipset: H57 Express Chipset

Memory: Two DDR3 (1333/1066 MHz) SDRAM DIMM sockets; 8 GB max

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The DH57JG has plenty of expansion capability. View detailed schematic.
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Harness the power of Intel Core i5 Processors. View larger.
Supports Intel Core i5 Processors and up to 8 GB DDR3 RAM
The Intel Desktop Board DH57JG features the Intel H57 Express Chipset and is designed to work with Intel's newest Core i5 and i3 series processors in LGA1156 sockets, as well as with Intel Pentium processors in the LGA1156 package. When paired with Intel Core i5 or Core i3 processors, it will give you outstanding performance while being energy efficient.

For fast computer performance, the motherboard supports dual-channel DDR3 memory with two connectors for 1333/1066 MHz memory. This allows for a maximum of 8 GB RAM.

Compact Size Fits Virtually Anywhere
Ideal for those looking to build a small PC that fits in a small space, the DH57JG features a mini-ITX form factor that measures just 6.75 x 6.75 inches. Building a system with it will give you the flexibility to store your system almost anywhere in your home.

HDMI Output; Ideal for Home Entertainment
The DH57JG is ideal for enthusiasts wishing to build a home entertainment PC. It produces minimal noise and heat, and has an integrated HDMI port for 1080p output support for remarkable video when connected to an HDTV. In addition, it is dual independent display-capable with HDMI and DVI-I graphics ports.

The DH57JG offers not only exceptional visual performance, but superb audio performance as well. Ten-channel Intel High-Definition Audio with Dolby Home Theater is supported, enabling high-quality audio that rivals the performance of discrete solutions.

Intel Rapid Storage Technology Keeps Your Media and Data Safe
Plenty of safe, reliable storage space is needed to hold the unprecedented quantity of digital media available today. The DH57JG has four onboard SATA ports supporting Intel Rapid Storage Technology for RAID 0, 1, 5, and 10; so you'll be ready for an increasing media library as you acquire more movies and music.

PCI Express Slot and USB Ports for Expansion
Despite its small size, the DH57JG gives you plenty of ports for expansion. A PCI Express 2.0 x16 graphics port lets you connect a high-speed graphics card. There are 12 USB 2.0 ports available for all your peripherals and accessories. In addition to the four SATA ports, there is also one eSATA port for fast, external storage. An integrated Intel PRO 10/100/1000 network connection port is also included.

The Intel Desktop Board DH57JG meets ENERGY STAR and ErP specifications and is RoHS-compliant. It is backed by a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
DH57JG Desktop Board, SATA cables, board and back panel I/O layout stickers, quick reference and product guides, driver and software DVD.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.8 x 6.8 x 2 inches
Item Weight 14.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.5 pounds
ASIN B0036R9VM2
Item model number BOXDH57JG
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Best Sellers Rank #3,649 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Motherboards
Date first available at Amazon.com February 1, 2010

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I purchased this as the backbone for my mother's work computer. She enjoys office equipment with a small footprint, thought I felt that the last Mini-ITX was a bit of a compromise (it came with an Intel Atom processor, not bad for a net top but underpowered for a workstation). When I saw this with the LGA 1156 socket and a PCI Express X16 I was intantly intrigued. I had planned to support dual large monitors on a Windows 7 setup, but I hadn't anticipated that this is supported off the board with HDMI and DVI inputs. Windows doesn't rate the onboard graphics very high but it's more than acceptable for a workstation and it's nice to know that if I cared to upgrade I could.Support for DDR3 1333 and a core i3 processor means that my Mother no longer has to wait to open up Firefox, Excel and Peachtree and can work with all three no sweat.

Bottom line: the board worked right out of the box and it doesn't feel like a compromise despite the small form factor. With notebook hard drives at 7200 RPM I've built a silent box that handles anything currently thrown at it and could probably even game if I wanted to. It's been a great buy and having a computer this small gives me more than a little pride.

As far as a gripe, be careful about buying aftermarket heatsinks and fans for the processor. They may list LGA 1156 compatibility but mini-ITX boards have a lot more resistors and crap closer to the socket than other form factors. Be sure that what you buy will fit on this board specifically, not just Socket LGA 1156 in general.
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I replaced all the office Pentium/CRT units with Atoms/LCD displays and saw our power consumption cut by 50%. But a recent client required us to work with several Excel sheets with a total or 300,000 rows and the Atom started to bog down and VLOOKUPs started freezing on me.

I stumbled upon this great board in Amazon and promptly setup a test unit with a Core i3-520 and 4Gb RAM - the speed at which those Excel files loaded/worked blew me away.

I'm using the on-board DVI output coupled with a low-profile Radeon 4350 video card for a dual-monitor setup. For applications that requires raw processing power, productivity is definitely way better than the Atoms without sacrificing power efficiency.

The Core i3, on-chip HD graphics capability, HDMI port, and power-efficient design makes this a much better choice as a HTPC than the Atoms as it doesn't choke on 1080p or Blu-ray movies.

A great compromise between power consumption, processing power, and price!
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This is a review for both the products listed below, since for my HTPC use, they were inherently tied together.

SilverStone SG06B Aluminum/SECC SFX 300 W with 80 PLUS certification Power Supply Mini-ITX Desktop Computer Case
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002M78KYW/ref=oss_product

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Intel Media Series Mini-ITX Motherboard Supporting Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) BOXDH57JG

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0036R9VM2/ref=oss_product

After much searching for the perfect HTPC Mobo and Case, I finally have come up with a combination that fills all of my needs. I have no interest of gaming on the device, only as a media entertainment PC.
First, I want a HPTC that can play back uncompressed BluRay files and have the ability to store their rather large files on the HTPC...not streamed over the network. Many other Mini ITX cases only provide a 2.5" HD slot, which don't get near the 2TB capacity that I need. Fortunately the case has a 3.5" bay, and a 2.5" bay. For me, the 2.5" was just a bonus. I went with a Mini ITX form factor because the cases that resembled home theater equipment were all too big to fit into the space I needed. I had a max of 15" deep, and most of those cases were 16" plus...not to mention the extra wires plugged into the back adding to the total depth.

Second, I needed the HTPC to run cool and quiet. The unit is going to be stored in a mostly enclosed audio tower, along with my other AV equipment. The audio tower does have a 120mm fan at the top and bottom, so there is air movement so my devices don't build up heat and cook. I have this paired up with the Core i5 660 (although a cheaper Core i5 or i3 would perform more than sufficiently). It runs extremely cool.
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Sees all 8g ram...the Zotac's don't. Paired this with an i5 661 (661 is only i5 with 900GHz gpu speed). Astounding graphics. Needed pciex16 for something else so was hoping onboard graphics would do the trick...and yes, and then some. Been a while since I used an Intel MoBo, couldn't be more pleased.

UPDATE: Been over a year, and the person I built it for still has nothing but praise for it.
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