marcelocoelho at gmail.com
Thu Jul 13 11:20:37 CEST 2006
Actually there are a lot more cpu's available to do that. You can use
a pentium-m on such a board (there are boards mini-itx that supports
them), you can use a athlon64 low power (there are athlon64, socket
939, that consumes 35W, so just some watts more in comparison with
pentium-m) and also opteron64, socket 940, that consumes 30W.
There is also an epia board that has dual cpu instead of only one.
The support from linuxbios for these systems, has to be answered by
another guy, sorry!
2006/7/13, Morly <little.martin at inode.at>:
> First, I really like the idea and the work around linuxbios.
> For my PhD research in new medical solutions I need a very special
> The PC must be absolutely silent and, however, be powerful.
> The next point is, that the PC should use as less boot time
> as possible. This is why I think about a linuxbios - compatible
> board. Due the mainboard will be put in a small case, I can
> just use mini- or micro atx boards. The only boards in this
> size I could determine are VIA-EPIA boards. Unfortunately,
> they are too slow for my applications.
> For passive cooling and long battery usage I thought about a
> Turion or Sempron CPU.
> So in one sentence, I am looking for an mini or micro atx
> board, compatible with AMD Turion (Sempron), which
> supports linuxbios.
> Is there anyone who can help me?
> Many thanks,
> linuxbios mailing list
> linuxbios at linuxbios.org
More information about the coreboot