[mythtv-users] Jetway JNC62K

RoboJ1M jim.neave at googlemail.com
Thu Jun 26 17:59:42 UTC 2008

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Phil Jordan <lists at philjordan.eu> wrote:

>  Mitch Gore wrote:
> > Anyone ever used one of these?
> >
> > http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813153114
> >
> > Looks like a great Front end board or HDHomerun Backend
> >
> > Nvidia 8 8200 Chipset/Graphics
> > 4 Sata ports
> > 2 serial port (IR)
> > 2 ethernet ports (HD Homerun)
> > Athlon 64 X2
> > DVI+VGA (Says it does SPDIF over HDMI, not sure if you could get that t
> > work)
> >
> > all on a mini-itx board!
> >
> > Reviews looks positive but couldnt find any linux reviews.
> The current issue of c't magazine (German) has a less than favourable
> review on that board. The chipset fan is apparently rather noisy, and
> there are stability problems with 3D and MPEG acceleration. Linux does
> run, they don't specifically mention stability of the graphics chip on
> Linux, however. Furthermore, although it's an AM2+ board, you can't run
> it with any of the currently available Phenom chips, as it's only
> specified for up to 65W.
> ~phil

I fully intend to buy one of these for my living room as a myth frontend and
pair it with an AMD X2 4850.
(FYI According to the manual you can use two of those audio jacks as S/PDIF
in and out)

Also, here is a positve review of it:


(I notice there is no fan on the chipset, just a large heat sink?)

Anyway, I'll let you all now how it does later this year :)

(that is unless Jetway's AMD 780g based mini-itx board comes out first)

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