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 Post subject: MB with soldered in cpu
PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:16 am 

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I have been getting several towers with small MB's that have non-removable CPU's. I am wondering what category will these go into for pricing or is there going to be a separate group?

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Below AMD ceramic is soldered in
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Thank you for response

PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2020 3:06 pm 
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The two shown are both small socket.
There’s 4 general styles for modern, post-2000 boards with soldered CPUs.
Embedded: a smaller atx-compatibile board with a complete ATX component set.
Compact embedded: same as above replacing some independent ICs and controllers with combined 3D stacked ASICS.
Both are show above and both will go as small socket.

ATX-compatible reduced ITX/AIO: These range from slightly smaller to slightly larger than your posts. Three main company chipsets are use and you know you have one when you see these chips. Via. AMD AX-###. Intel Atom
These will depend on the amount of implementation in standard chips and connectors. Peripheral or small socket

Thin client: Modern “thin client” computers where the name is based on the size and not the use. Size of a large soft back book. Made by Asus, Dell, HP etc.
Most are peripheral. Socketed or soldered CPU makes no difference. A few super high end ones like Falcon and CyberPower custom boards go as high telco.

The only exception to this is the “Lux” iMac round board which is laptop class at the moment.
RIA boards net to be graded individually.

-- my grades are my own and do not represent an offer from boardsort, nor are they guaranteed. Please keep that in mind.

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