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Asrock Mod Q1900-ITX (Mini-ITX) Motherboard

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Technical Details
BrandASRock
Item Weight680 g
Product Dimensions27.9 x 20.3 x 7.6 cm
Item model numberQ1900-ITX
SeriesQ1900-ITX
Form FactorMini iTX
Processor BrandIntel
Processor SocketNA (integrated CPU)
Processor Count1
RAM Size16 GB
Memory TechnologyDDR3-SDRAM
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Maximum Memory Supported16 GB
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA-300, Serial ATA-600
Audio Details6
Graphics Chipset BrandIntel
Graphics Card DescriptionIntel
Number of USB 2.0 Ports2
Number of USB 3.0 Ports1
Number of HDMI Ports1
Number of Ethernet Ports1
Number of VGA Ports1
Number of PS-2 Ports2
Software IncludedYes
  
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Best Sellers Rank 11,386 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight680 g
Date First Available27 April 2014
  
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Mod ASRock Q1900-ITX


Note: Use one single memory module to start the motherboard. Once it is running, refresh its BIOS, after this you can add memory modules.

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I bought two of these in the end, because I'm very impressed by the combination - quad core CPU, mini itx, pcie, mini-pcie, SATA-3. Obviously I haven't tested in the long run, but they seem to work fine so far so good ...

The board WILL take 1.5V memory, I tried Corsair SODIMMs 1333 MHz from my old desktop and original Samsung SODIMMs 1600 MHz from my laptop both seemed to work fine with basic testing. The BIOS recognises that you've installed 1.5V memory and presumably adjusts the voltage automatically. THIS WAS A BIG ISSUE for me because I want to be able to recycle my memory rather than buying new, AND I couldn't find confirmed working reports searching on Google for any of the J1900 boards apart from MSI. So thanks Asrock my risk paid off :D ... means my Laptop now has 16GB of RAM (from 8GB) and I was able to reuse my 1.5V RAM on this board.

RAM seems to be coming down a little in price at the moment, I was able to buy 16GB (2x 8GB 1600MHz) Kingston Hyper-X modules for around £110 - confirmed working with this board.

It will also work with 20 PIN and 24 PIN power supply connectors, or at least I was able to boot and the manual mentions 20 PIN power supply connector will work.

I managed to get a pico PSU for around £17 on Amazon (thanks guys !), so all left is case and brick to provide 12V (which I have already 90W cost me around £11)

Only thing I wanted that wasn't on the board is two gigabit network ports, but I can run these off of pcie or mini-pcie if I need to.

So thanks ASROCK for quite a powerful board, for what's a very low price.
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Initially had problems booting board as it appeared completely dead. Turned out to be memory module slot -very difficult to seat memory properly.
Once the memory was forced in (shouldn't be necessary if memory slot is correctly designed) the board booted fine, flashed new bios and away it went. I'm using it for a file server and it runs cool and works well.
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Amazing motherboard. I use it for combined NAS server - thanks to 4 SATA ports and XBMC media center under Ubuntu 14.10. There was no issue while installing. Main points found what might be useful for other :
- BIOS update can be done directly from BIOS with ethernet cable connected.
- use good quality HDMI cable, I had dodgy one, and had no picture
- it's virtually cold, CPU is barely warm while running I use it on small old case with 3 hard drives and no overheating.
Highly recommend it !
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OK first things first, if you are looking for intel chipset you will pay more over AMD as after buying this i looked at a non integrated AM1 build and would have given me more bang for the same buck but as you don't have to mess about setting up a CPU and heatsink, there are gains on both options.

Got this bit of kit for a Mame build, stuck in 8gb ram 1666 even tho it can only run at 1333 as cheap as "Micro" chips.
Not always clear but takes So-dim memory so very compact running 2 sticks of crucial
Has an on-board Mini pcie slot for wifi card in which ive stuck intel 7260 WIFI card
all in all config is minimal for set up, have had both Win 7 & 10 running so far with little issues.
you will need to update drivers over Windows Stock drivers as not all features worked out of the box.
Has loads of USB on rear panel also has multiple headers on the board for additional USB

No issues i can think of Great price for a quad core mini itx set up, realy easy to set up!

ps addition.... ive been running this for a little while now and i have to say i really like this board, gets a little hot when pushed and so as a way of giving a now used review i would add the following

i run with a samsung ssd and boot time is about 15 seconds
its stable! really important

downs but not show stoppers so would not reduce its score
no replacement active cooler i can find as when you push it it gets a little warm
only pcie x1 if x16 it would offer additional flexibility
both would just add to a really super little mobo
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Bought to replace an Intel D525 in my 'NAS'/iTunes/movie store. It went in just fine and it's great to have the native SATA3 and USB3 ports.
I'm running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. Most of the time it appears to work just fine, and has pretty good processor, memory and - when used with an SSD - disk transfer scores.
However I have experienced regular audio and network stack issues after several hours (often more than a day) of operation; these may be connected.
I often use it for listening to streaming radio while I'm working and when the problem occurs it collapses into a fuzzy, chopped up, robotic version of what should be playing. If you know what is playing you can sort of just make out the resemblance. This affects all audio, streaming or local including Windows OS sounds.
The network crash seems to have several stages and only manifests itself after several hours (days) of operation. First, it loses the ability to show/search other computers on my local network, but can surf. Eventually internet connectivity fails.
A power cycle resolves both conditions for another 'session' until the same things happen again.
I have trawled the forums with no result. I don't know if this is a fault with my board or if it's a general design issue. I will continue to pursue and report back if I find anything more...
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