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    epia 10k nehmawhatsitcalled

    Are these considerable faster than the 800's as i am using one of them atm for a media pc and its okay but i can only play lowish bitrate films, was wondering if the 10k is happier with them?

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    It should be, according to a review by mini-itx.com they can play really high bit-rate films just fine

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    I'm planning on getting one of these, but i thought that Via had unveiled their newer chip?
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    I've got a Nemehiahrarer and it's fine for divx playback. I use mine as a flieserver/router/mediaplayer and it's great, no complaints at all.

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    check out the review :

    http://www.mini-itx.com/reviews/nehemiah/

    much quicker than the 800, and quieter as well

    (i've got an 800 machine)

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    Are these considerable faster than the 800's as i am using one of them atm for a media pc and its okay but i can only play lowish bitrate films, was wondering if the 10k is happier with them?
    It is far quicker than the 800 purely because of the hardware decoding for the DVD etc. The processors slightly faster too, its a large step up really although I can still easily find uses for my EPIA 800s. You will notice a massive difference for hardware decoding on the M1000 in comparision.
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    cool may have to go thru andf get one then. thanks for all of the replies.

    is there anyway i can mod me procase2688 (from ultim8) to make it fit or will i need to getta new case?

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    Well the problem with the case is, that you canĀ“t use the front connectors with a board of the M-Series.
    The 2699 is build for the VIA EPIA M-Boards

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    The new chip has full speed fpu, whereas your 800 only has half speed fpu. Divx/xvid decoding uses fpu calculations so 400mhz vs 1ghz = big jump.
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    cool will get one bought one of these days,

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    Ordered myself one yesterday

    I tell if i have any problems with any video playback

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    How does that compare to the 900's? Does anyone know of any benchmarks?

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    hi, check www.epiacenter.com - board reviews all the way up to the 1.2ghz epia M2-12000s

    Josh

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