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Aaeon’s XTX-945GSE is its first XTX CPU module powered by the Intel Atom N270 processor.

The XTX-945GSE features the Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor with the 533MHz Front Side Bus, one 200-pin DDRII 400/533 SODIMM to support up to 2GB of system memory and the IntelR 945GSE + ICH7M, which marries high-speed expansion features with high performance and low power-consumption.

The XTX-945GSE accommodates four PCI-Express (x1), four 32-bit PCI, one LPC, one SMBus and one I2C bus to support expansion.

One of the key features of the XTX CPU module is the cost-effective ability to upgrade the functions and performance of the system without the need to redesign the carrier board.

An existing carrier board system can be easily enhanced by installing Aaeon’s XTX CPU module to verify functionality and performance.

The XTX-945GSE supports the foundation interfaces found in many industrial systems, such as one PATA and two SATA II for storage, two RS-232 ports, one parallel port, one PS/2 keyboard, one PS/2 mouse and one IrDA Tx/Rx connection.

Aaeon also offers the DTD service to design and manufacture carrier boards that use any or all of the above features.

The XTX-945GSE provides a flexible size form factor, support for I/O and expansion, low power-consumption with comparably high performance and fast time to market at a reasonable cost.

Aaeon introduces the XTX-945GSE XTX CPU module

Aaeon’s XTX-945GSE is its first XTX CPU module powered by the Intel Atom N270 processor.

The XTX-945GSE features the Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor with the 533MHz Front Side Bus, one 200-pin DDRII 400/533 SODIMM to support up to 2GB of system memory and the IntelR 945GSE + ICH7M, which marries high-speed expansion features with high performance and low power-consumption.

The XTX-945GSE accommodates four PCI-Express (x1), four 32-bit PCI, one LPC, one SMBus and one I2C bus to support expansion.

One of the key features of the XTX CPU module is the cost-effective ability to upgrade the functions and performance of the system without the need to redesign the carrier board.

An existing carrier board system can be easily enhanced by installing Aaeon’s XTX CPU module to verify functionality and performance.

The XTX-945GSE supports the foundation interfaces found in many industrial systems, such as one PATA and two SATA II for storage, two RS-232 ports, one parallel port, one PS/2 keyboard, one PS/2 mouse and one IrDA Tx/Rx connection.

Aaeon also offers the DTD service to design and manufacture carrier boards that use any or all of the above features.

The XTX-945GSE provides a flexible size form factor, support for I/O and expansion, low power-consumption with comparably high performance and fast time to market at a reasonable cost.

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