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Gigabyte vs. ASRock
Two motherboards with AMD's 890GX chipset goes head to head to see which one takes the top spot.
AMD 890GX<br>Gigabyte vs. ASRock
MSI P55-GD80 
The GD80 is one of MSIs top offering for the users that want to use the newest LGA1156 socket CPUs.
MSI P55-GD80
iBASE MB870 P4 Mini-ITX Motherboard 
VIA EPIA killer? Intel P4 power combined with ATi's RS300M Chipset.
iBASE MB870 P4 Mini-ITX Motherboard
Epox 8HDA3+ 
Quality Athlon 64 board with six SATA ports.
Epox 8HDA3+
Shuttle AN50R 
Athlon 64 board with great overclockability.
Shuttle AN50R
Albatron K8X800 Pro II 
Athlon64 motherboard - Offering good stability and lots of features.
Albatron K8X800 Pro II
DFI Infinity 875 
Great overclocker with an extensive feature set.
DFI Infinity 875
Albatron PX865PE ProII 
Stable and full-featured board for Intel CPUs.
Albatron PX865PE ProII
Epox EP-4PDA2+ 
I865PE board with extended storage options and great OC potential.
Epox EP-4PDA2+
Asus P4P800 
Probably the fastest I865PE motherboard around!
Asus P4P800
DFI KT400A LanParty 
Great looking board with lot of features.
DFI KT400A LanParty

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18.11.2010: Project will propably never continue :DI made a smaller ghettoblaster as a present for my girlfriend. This is about 60% of the size of the old blaster.
My robot project. So far it only has two separate collision detectors but I'm working on IR proximity sensors to avoid collisions. That unconnected 6-wire cord in the ATmega board is the programming cable that I forgot to take away. :)
* Body: plywood (I'll make a new body as soon as I find a better material, but for now the plywood is good enough for this kind of prototyping), diameter of the plywood disc is 12cm and the overall height of the robot is about 10cm
* Brain: Atmel ATmega8 AVR microcontroller (32 pin TQFP one with a self made pcb) with a 4MHz crystal
* Programming language: C
* Motor controller: SN754410 (1 Amp Quadruple H-Bridge), you can see the corner of the control board on the front, below the top part
* Motors: two small (2cm long, 2cm diameter) gear motors I got from a friend, no idea where they have been used before but the robot runs nicely with the Lego wheels attached straight to the motors (about 12cm per second so no new land speed records yet)
* Power: 4xAA cells for the motors and 9V battery for other electronicsThe project was scrapped for now, due to a better case option. It's at about 90% complete.

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