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July 09, 2007

First mini-ITX from Intel ever -- only $80

d201gly_small.jpg First ever mini-ITX direct from Intel comes with 1.33 Mhz Celeron in 17cm x 17cm form factor. Uses power about like a VIA and cost is $80. Now that's a thin client...

Intel D201GLY Little Valley Mini-ITX Mainboard
Price: $79.95
Availability: In Stock
Model: D201GLY
With 1.33 GHz Celeron 2xx processor; has PCI, VGA, Parallel port, and 6 USB 2.0 support. First Mini-ITX mainboard produced by Intel. Bulk Packaging.


The D201GLY is an economical mainboard backed by the Intel brand of quality and performance. The first Mini-ITX form factor offered direct from Intel, the
D201GLY is energy-efficient (requiring less than 27W of power) and has improved thermal/acoustic characteristics over standard desktop mainboards. This
mainboard comes in bulk packaging.
Processor Intel Celeron 215
533 MHz FSB
Chipset SiS SiS662 northbridge
SiS SiS964L southbridge
System Memory 1 DDR2 400/533/667 SDRAM slot
Up to 1GB of memory
Intel D201GLY Desktop Mainboard http://www.logicsupply.com/products/d201gly
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VGA Integrated SiS Mirage 1 graphic engine
Expansion Slots PCI
Onboard IDE 1 ATA 100 40-pin
Onboard Serial ATA None
Onboard USB 6 USB 2.0
Onboard LAN Broadcom 10/100
Onboard Audio ADI AD1888 audio codec
Back Panel I/O
1 Parallel port
2 USB 2.0 ports
1 VGA port
1 LAN port
1 RS-232 COM port
1 PS2 keyboard port
1 PS2 mouse port
3 Audio jacks: line-out, line-in, mic-in
Onboard I/O
4 USB 2.0 via 2 pin headers
1 P4 connector
Front audio connector
ATX connector
BIOS Intel BIOS 4Mb flash memory
System Monitoring &
Power Management, Wake on USB, Wake on PCI,
Wake on keyboard, Wake on mouse, Wake on LAN
0 ~ 50ÂșC
Form Factor Mini-ITX (17 cm x 17 cm)

ATA 133 (40-pin, 80 conductor, 3 connectors)
Installation CD
Quick reference guide
Product Guide Download PDF (3.5 MB)
Product Brief Download PDF (990 KB)
Note: This mainboard is only compatible with the Morex 5677 and Venus 668 cases due to the location of the ATX connector and the height of the heatsink.

Posted by Staff at July 9, 2007 05:58 PM