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# Specifications (summary)

A quick view of the specification for this device.

# Specifications (full)

  • CPU: Intel® 3rd generation Core™ i7/ i5/ i3/ Mobile in the rPGA988B socket

  • Memory: Two DDR3 1006/1333/1600 MHz up to 16 GB

  • Chipset: Mobile Intel® QM77 Express chipset

  • Integrated Graphics: Intel® Core™ integrated HD Graphics 4000 Technology

  • VGA Interface: Onboard DSUB15 connector for VGA interface

  • LVDS interface: onboard 24-bit dual channel LVDS interface

  • DVI interface: onboard DVI interface

  • LAN Interface: 5 x Intel® 82574L Giga LAN and 1 x Intel® 82579LM Giga LAN(Support iAMT8.0)

  • Serial ATA: Support 6 x SATA ( 4 x serial ATAII, 2 x serial ATAIII )

  • Audio: Realtek ALC888 High Definition Audio.

  • I/O ports: 5 x RS232 and 1 x RS232/422/485 Serial Ports, 4 x USB2.0 ports, 4 x USB3.0 ports, 1 x DB15 VGA port.

  • Extended interface: 2 x Mini-PCIe sockets (Optional support mSATA(SATAII) for Mini_Card1,but SATA6 will be disable), 1 x SIM socket.

  • GPIO interface: Onboard programmable 8-bit Digital I/O interface.

  • Power requirement : Standard 20-pin ATX P/S or DC 9 ~ 24V input

# Documentation

here the internal documentation available.

# Compatibility

here the compatibility list of operating system.

# Drivers

here the list of the open source drivers available (with source code).

# Test

here the internal tests made by the community.

# Benchmark

here the internal benchmarks made by the community.

# Configuration

here some configuration examples already tested by the community.

# Development and Hacks

here the documentation part about development and hacks around the product.

# Community and Users

here a list of users, or other people using this hardware. Where you will find feedback and help.

# References and Resources

here official links, documentation, with archived links. Use web.archive.org and archive.today to create a snapshot.