1707660 – Wall Mount/Desk Mount Barebone Mini-ITX System for Socket P Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad Mobile Processors (mounting brackets included)

Equipped Gaming Embedded System
The 1707660 Mini-ITX System is based on the Mobile Intel GM45 Chipset and Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad processors with up to 8GB of DDR3 memory support. The system offers outstanding performance and faster data transfers required in computing environments such as interactive gaming, security surveillance, POS, kiosk, industrial automation and medical imaging.nnWith its long term availability (5+ years from the date of inception), it is the perfect solution for all of your industrial computing requirements.

Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Intel integrated ICH9M with Realtek ALC888 HD Audio

Product Notes

* Specific power consumption calculations can be performed per your request, please contact your sales representative for more information at (800)833-8999

Video Chipset

Intel Graphic Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500MHD

Global P/N / SKU

1707660

Manufacturer

Global American Inc

MFR P/N

1407664 with 2808100

Dimensions

Without Wall Mount Bracket: W: 8.02" (203.50 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.18" (106 mm) With Wall Mount Bracket: W: 9.50" (241.3 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.38" (111.2 mm)

Chipset

Mobile Intel GM45 Express Chipset with 82801IBM I/O Controller Hub (ICH9M)

Construction

SECC (Steel, Electrogalvanized, Cold Rolled, Commercial Quality)

BIOS

Award BIOS

Ordering Options

1707660: Wall Mount/Desk Mount Barebone Mini-ITX System for Socket P Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad Mobile Processors (mounting brackets included)

Approximate Weight

5.0 lbs

Product Features

Dimensions: Without Wall Mount Bracket: W: 8.02" (203.50 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.18" (106 mm) With Wall Mount Bracket: W: 9.50" (241.3 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.38" (111.2 mm) CPU / Sock

Serial (COM) Port

1 x RS-232 (COM 1) ( motherboard I/O), 1 x RS-232 / 422 / 485 (COM 2) via internal header (cable included)

Discontinued

Yes

1707660 – Wall Mount/Desk Mount Barebone Mini-ITX System for Socket P Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad Mobile Processors (mounting brackets included)

Equipped Gaming Embedded System

The 1707660 Mini-ITX System is based on the Mobile Intel GM45 Chipset and Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad processors with up to 8GB of DDR3 memory support. The system offers outstanding performance and faster data transfers required in computing environments such as interactive gaming, security surveillance, POS, kiosk, industrial automation and medical imaging.nnWith its long term availability (5+ years from the date of inception), it is the perfect solution for all of your industrial computing requirements.

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Additional information

Weight

1 kg

Audio Chipset

Intel integrated ICH9M with Realtek ALC888 HD Audio

Product Notes

* Specific power consumption calculations can be performed per your request, please contact your sales representative for more information at (800)833-8999

Video Chipset

Intel Graphic Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500MHD

Global P/N / SKU

1707660

Manufacturer

Global American Inc

MFR P/N

1407664 with 2808100

Dimensions

Without Wall Mount Bracket: W: 8.02" (203.50 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.18" (106 mm) With Wall Mount Bracket: W: 9.50" (241.3 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.38" (111.2 mm)

Chipset

Mobile Intel GM45 Express Chipset with 82801IBM I/O Controller Hub (ICH9M)

Construction

SECC (Steel, Electrogalvanized, Cold Rolled, Commercial Quality)

BIOS

Award BIOS

Ordering Options

1707660: Wall Mount/Desk Mount Barebone Mini-ITX System for Socket P Intel Core 2 Duo / Intel Core 2 Quad Mobile Processors (mounting brackets included)

Approximate Weight

5.0 lbs

Product Features

Dimensions: Without Wall Mount Bracket: W: 8.02" (203.50 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.18" (106 mm) With Wall Mount Bracket: W: 9.50" (241.3 mm) x D: 8.47" (215 mm) x H: 4.38" (111.2 mm) CPU / Sock

Serial (COM) Port

1 x RS-232 (COM 1) ( motherboard I/O), 1 x RS-232 / 422 / 485 (COM 2) via internal header (cable included)

Discontinued

Yes

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