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JetWay JNF91-600-LF Intel ULV Celeron M 600MHz Intel 910GMLE Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
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  • 9/29/2010 11:15:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLow Power, Quiet, Little Power House

Pros: Running 24/7 as my "little server" with power consumption of less than 20W !!! (1gb ram, 60gb 5400 rpm 2.5 hdd)

Running 2003 Enterprise Server flawlessly (for light purposes)

Good adjustments via BIOS including fan speeds (temperature monitoring as well) also some little Over-clocking options

Serves perfectly for the purpose!

Cons: Working good until now !

Other Thoughts: It is very quiet (fanless) and green board, thinking to buy 2nd one for another server replacement.

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  • dtc
  • 8/24/2010 12:16:58 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood for low power applications

Pros: * 20 Watts with Hitachi 7200RPM laptop HD + Gigabyte wireless adapter
* Connector for jetway daughter card ( adding 3 NICs comes to mind )
* 20 Watts at full load !!
* PCI slot - yes, this is a "pro" - Add a Sun "Happy Meal" 4-port NIC for about $20 (from the `bay) to add 4 ethernet ports!

Cons: * I could not boot Ubuntu (UNR) installer from USB Flash - used USB CDROM instead
* Takes a long time to respond on boot
* Only 1GB memory support ( this is OK for many applications, I'd like 2GB for a fully-functional IPCop/RAMCOP.

Other Thoughts: * I installed Ubuntu 10.04 (UNR) just to see... It's has reasonable performance for a simple browsing machine.
* I used PicoPSU-90/60W power supply - probably more efficient than the box-type PSU
* The only time my kill-a-watt registered over 20 Watts wat briefly on boot.
* My full load was: saturating the WLAN with an NFS file copy while
simultaneously doing a find / -name <something-nonexistent-and-long>.
Also, 20 watts running memtest86.
* Fits nicely in M350 Mini-ITX case - I had to modify the case to accomodate the WLAN PCI card - just ditch the PCI bracket on the card & drill/file the existing holes so that the antenna can go thru to the card & the card LEDS are visible ( Gigabyte AirCruiser G PCI Adapter - newegg )
* Might be OK for FreeNAS if you don't need ZFS ( with 4-port SATA daughter card and/or PCI SATA card)

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  • Special K
  • 7/29/2010 11:51:22 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPower Consumption

Pros: Running XP just fine.
It's snappy enough to open a web browser and check email.

Works great as a thin client.
I'm using it to remote desktop into a much more powerful virtual desktop on a server.

As such, this device is my portal to all the computing power I need.

Mine has not a single fan yet still cool enough, so it is completely silent...don't even know it's one sometimes.
(I unplugged the PSU fan, given the amount of power consumption barely even bugging the PSU).

Cons: You won't be making an HTPC with this guy (stick with an atom/ION platform).

The standard 360P was jittery mess on YouTube and Hulu (and even 288p here).

Only one Ram Slot, which is on bottom side of board.
Getting the ram into a laptop slot is a bit tricky (kind of springs in), and I thought the two boards I ordered were both bad until I realized I wasn't pressing the memory correctly.

Have to stick with 32-bit OS.

Other Thoughts: Power Consumption
Using MB, a 2GB memory stick, 150W PSU, and HDD. No ODD.

21W Idle
25W Under Load

This machine does exactly what I wanted it to do.
I only expected it to just run XP and from there, get me to where I want to go.

It's going to be a great machine for testing out hard drives or serial devices since it has all the connectivity I need.

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  • Walt
  • 7/15/2010 9:49:49 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood buy

Pros: Good fanless setup and low power consumption. I put a 120mm on the side and it keeps the processor and northbridge at 34C.

Mini ITX design is great for light-usage computers in a small chassis.

XP Professional installed and runs fine.

Cons: Tried to boot Ubuntu from a USB stick and cannot. I tried every BIOS option I could think of and nothing seems to be working.

Similarly, I tried to boot it from a Live CD and would not allow me to do anything other than "boot from hard drive". I noticed a buyer installed it on theirs. I'm kind of perturbed to read that since it seems to not be working for me.

Other Thoughts: I'd really like to get my operating system running from a flash drive since I'm only using this for a very basic home server and the hard drive generates too much heat and noise to be worth it.

I've had some issues booting both Ubuntu and Xubuntu not wanting to load so I have no idea what's going on there.

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  • 6/13/2010 9:36:12 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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5 out of 5 eggsGreat board for light purpose

Pros: Low power, VERY quiet. Runs Ubuntu quite well. Very small board.

Cons: Uses laptop memory - but not a critical issue

Other Thoughts: I bought this board not having any idea what I would use it for. I set it up with ubuntu, running as a kids game (educational), and a music jukebox - playing content from a Windows Home Server. It does a great job in those tasks - and runs respectably fast-enough. I have a HomeRun tuner on the network - and it can play the SD content from it as well. Stutters on the HD content - but that is not what I use it for - just a stress-test.

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  • Leo
  • 5/17/2010 8:15:47 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsno more please

Pros: Passive cooling, no fans to hassle.

Cons: Odd video, video does not initiate until operating system is almost loaded. Then a beep and picture appears. It did this on 2 different monitors, one lcd, one crt. It Does it every time.

Other Thoughts: On hindsight 600 mhz seems retro to me.

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  • Ghostinz
  • 4/22/2010 2:26:53 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Buy

Pros: Nice size and power usage. This is my third one of these I have installed, then first running XP. Now its not going to crush any benchmarks, but for the application I am using it for, I could not have asked for a better machine. I need a small, low power machine that had two serial ports so I could use it as a remote maintenance machine. Running WinXP SP3 with 512 RAM and a 20GB SATA drive. Installed LogMeIn on the machine and voila.. With case, board, ram, and HDD, I am at about $130. This is going to make life easier for me for sure. I am probably going to make my own firewall with one of these as well. You can order a daughter card that has 3 additional LAN ports, as well as boards with other configs.

Cons: I thought is was small and cramped and poorly labled, but in hind sight, I was wrong. The documentation is really good and drivers work fine.

Other Thoughts: I look at this board as being application specific. If you need something low powered and quiet, then this shoudl work nice. I doubt you will watch a lot of HD on this, or use as home theater, but I could be wrong.

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  • ShaTR
  • 4/21/2010 8:47:28 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent NAS board

Pros: cheap
Low power usage
2 PATA, 2 SATA devices
Gigabit ethernet
PCI slot for expansion

Cons: No PCIe for better expantion options
a few more SATA connections would have been nice
Overclocking options limited

Other Thoughts: Had a 1GB stick of DDR2 sitting around from a notebook upgrade. Makes a nice quick easy and cheap freenas board with gigabit lan, SATA, and PATA. Transfers have been very quick over gbe (60MB/s) and CPU Usage never goes above a few %. Dunno how well it would handle ZFS/RAID5, but single drive UFS is easy as pie.

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  • Ghostinz
  • 4/18/2010 11:44:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsso far so good

Pros: very nice size. Easy documentation. Seems to be running my Trixbox application like a charm. I like the fanless setup and it seems to consume very little power.

Cons: labeling on the board was a little confusing when it came to hooking up the connections, and the space was a bit tight, but not a deal breaker, but the reason I can't give it 5 stars yet.

Other Thoughts: I ordered a couple more of these boards to load windows XP on. I am curious as to the performance, but I won't require a lot for what I am going to do with them.

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