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Asus AM1I-A Motherboard (DDR3, S-ATA 600, Mini ITX, PCI Express 2.0 x4, HDMI, VGA, DVI-D, USB 3.0, Network iControl, Socket AM1)

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  • New UEFI BIOS and EZ Mode
  • USB 3.0 BOOST (UASP Support)
  • Network iControl
  • CrashFree BIOS 3
  • AI Suite 3
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Asus AM1I-A Motherboard (DDR3, S-ATA 600, Mini ITX, PCI Express 2.0 x4, HDMI, VGA, DVI-D, USB 3.0, Network iControl, Socket AM1) + AMD APU Athlon 5350 Quad Core Processor (Socket AM1, 2.05GHz, 2MB, 25W, AMD Radeon 3, AD5350JAHMBOX, Advanced Vector Extensions, Virtualization Technology)
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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Item Weight662 g
Product Dimensions25 x 25 x 6 cm
Item model numberAM1I-A
RAM Size32768 MB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Lithium Battery Weight5 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00ISRIRQ6
Best Sellers Rank 15,061 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight998 g
Date First Available4 April 2014
  
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This powerful and innovative motherboard supports both dual- and quad-core AMD Athlon and Sempron SoC (system-on-a-chip) APUs integrating Radeon HD graphics and support for HD video playback. This revolutionary APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) combines high processing power, advanced Microsoft DirectX 11.1 graphics, and Fusion controller hubs (FCHs) in one small, efficient package. This SoC APU features up to single-channel DDR3 1600/1333 memory, SATA 6Gbit/s and USB 3.0 natively. AMD Athlon/Sempron APUs are the first multi-core x86 SoC with AM1 Series socket solution for entry-level desktops, improving performance by over 50 percent compared to the previous ('Brazos 2.0') generation of AMD APUs.

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ASUS AM1I-A - AMD AM1 AMD SoC 2*DDR3 2*USB3.0 8*USB2.0 GBE LAN DVI HDMI Mini-ITX MOTHERBOARD

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr T on 25 April 2014
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Bought this mini itx board the other day for a project - two considerations - size and price. It is ITX standard which is ultra small and the price is under £30 so for a motherboard with USB3, HDMI, DVI and ITX, that is good value.. So I coupled it with a dual core Sempron.. Not the fastest beast on the market, but for what I need more than adequate. tested it with a single stick of DDR3-1333 4Gb Integral (value).. No POST (Power On Self Test) so tried it with some Hynix DDr3-1333 and it posted fine... So don't go with ultra cheap RAM. UEFI BIOS is good as per usual with mouse interaction and that was it basically...

PRO's:
Cheap
Small
Some good features

Con's
No x16 PCI-E slot for graphics cards (however thw 4x PCI-E slot has a notch so you can add one, it will run slow, but should work )
2 SATA ports (it is aimed at a cheap work station set up so two is adequate)
Still has legacy components - PS2 for keyboard and mouse, COM ports and an LPT internal port. All old and rarely used USB has seen that off...

Overall if you want a good cheap workstation, low end media PC or NAS server this looks like it will due the job. The cheap price of the board and AMD's APU's make this quite viable over Intels ATM and AMD's embedded CPU solution.

Just to add another CON I forgot about, the BIOS is set to UEFI boot as standard. This allows only windows 8 to be installed. Disable this in the BIOS for booting older windows versions or LINUX (basically a no UEFI boot).. See page 2-27 of the manual.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By UK-Dan on 2 Jun 2014
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Excellent bang-for-your-buck. I'm going to be building another PC for my folks with this. Good performance on day to day, but not for anything really intense.

Love the AM1 platform
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A sub £200 PC (inc case and PSU) where the chip and motherboard is cheaper than the hard drive and RAM?
And the Mini-ITX case is the most expensive item?

This motherboard was a dream to install, with no issues in setup and a BIOS screen that can be as beginner-friendly or advanced tweaking as you could think of, given the current Kabini CPUs that are released.

I have never used an ASUS board before when building, but am now a convert!
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2 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alex Comerford on 4 July 2014
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Only Asus would make a mb which won't reliably support any os other than Windows. I have another of these running a Win8.1 box with no issues, but I needed a small system to run a Linux mail server on. I've tried Centos, Unbuntu, Mint and others. None will boot reliably into X. Having trawled around online it now appears that Asus now say they won't support anything other than Windows. Why would anybody do something so stupid?

Also the HDMI port appears to be non-standard. I've got 5 different displays and only 1 will produce a properly centered image, the others shift the display 75% to the right. Needless to say every other mb works fine. Amazon have replaced this one but with the same result.
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew L. on 26 Aug 2014
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Tried this out on a mini itx setup in the hope of building a sub £200 system.

Given the fact decent mini itx cases are expensive skip this... No point spending 90% of the setup on the case, psu, ram and hdd to skimp on the mb and cpu.
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