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GIGABYTE GA-C1007UN-D Intel Celeron 1007U Intel NM70 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo

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  • DDR3 1333/1066
  • Supported only by CPU with integrated graphic

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
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  • Lincoln A.
  • 11/6/2014 3:25:14 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat as a server

Pros: Cheap, efficient, small form factor. Works with Linux (Knoppix found all needed drivers), 64bit. HAving a second NIC on the board gives a backup in case of failure.

Cons: No IDE / PATA for older CD/DVD's. No floppy driver. Only single PCI slot and only two memory slots. SATA is limited to three ports. The switch and status LED pinouts were not in a great place for my setup.

Other Thoughts: Purchased as a replacement server board. Stability is great, the uptime has only been limited by power outages (we're talking months of uptime). The board has been moved around a bit as I have been playing Computer Case roulette and hasn't had any accidental shorts that have killed components.

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  • Richard H.
  • 12/14/2013 10:14:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Choice for HTPC

Pros: 1) Smooth video playback (720p)
2) Low power consumption
3) Low temps
4) Silent fan

Cons: Should have waited another 2 weeks and got the newer Gigabyte MB with a 1.8Ghz processor and PC1600 RAM. Oh well.

Other Thoughts: Does what it needs to do in an HTPC (see pros above). Since I keep my resolution set to 1366x768 (so I can read this while I'm typing it, lol) I can only report on online video playback in 720p - which this ULV Ivy Bridge-based processor does flawlessly. Processor temps never reach above 130F, even after hours of Hulu or Netflix viewing (and the max temp is 221F(!)). Stock fan is absolutely silent from 10ft away, which I attribute to the larger 60mm size (I avoided the MBs using 40mm fans as they are just inherently noisier at the same performance level - good move Gigabyte). Paired this with 4GB of low-latency (CAS7) G.Skill PC1333 RAM, Win7 x86 and stuffed it all into an Apex mini-ITX case where it runs cool and quiet in my entertainment center. Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5 eggslow power combow review update

Pros: simple low wattage motherboard combo at 17watts. fast will crush any atom cpu. seems faster or as fast as my i7 computers for single thread apps, widows 8 runs fast and boots fast with this board

Cons: noda little over priced , first board stopped working in just a few hours

Other Thoughts: first let me correct my last review about using windows update for drivers. the reason i bring this up is cause the driver on the cd are really old and the drivers at gigabyte downloadable drivers website for this motherboard are a year out of date. Come on windows 8 drivers a year old. windows 8.1 already coming out. there are no drivers as of yet for windows 8.1 from gigabyte thought you can download them directly from Intel and realtek . I downloaded the newest drivers from Intel and realtek. they work much better
the first board stopped working as I was changing bios setting . it just started rebooting in a loop. then the bios stopped working.. I am a computer tech with 35 years experience .I tried everything from all different parts including power supplies and it would not work. changing simple bios settings should not do that. there was something wrong with that board from the start an unidentified hardware that would never install with any of the drivers..

anyway the board was replaced in 2 days and am extremely please with it.. so pleased I ordered another . you cant beet the low power with fast speed for the price.

I using in a Antec ISK 110 VESA case,smallest I could find.
with 8 gigs of memory and a old Samsung ssd and a wd laptop hd

windows 8 performance score
cpu 5.6
memory 7.6
desk top graphics 5.3
gamming graphics 6.2
hard disk SSd 8.1

I need to point out that the sata controllers on this board are fast. that Samsung 128mb ssd is years old and I was about to retire it. it scored 7.6 windows 7 on the i7 computers and seemed slow compared to the newer 256 sata 3 ssd's it never scored over 500 even when new. not any more its now benching 550 with atto benchmark even my old western digital sata2 500gb laptop hard drive I using for storage on this pc has improved to over 100mbsec. incredible for it never did over 80.

I using one for a cctv and hd ip camera security dvr. replacing the decade old 120watt 4 core security dvr with this 17watt and its faster .

and the other one as a windows 8.1 media center with 4 channel cable HD cable tuner.

its really simple bios except for the memory settings are robust, you can change any memory timing setting thinkable.

don't really need to change anything unless change windows 8 efi to non efi other operating system or change security setting for efi windows 8. or it can do 1600mhz memory I do have installed 1600 memory running at default 1333. its working so good unless I can improve then graphics enough to run games or improve the power so much that its becomes a super computer. I just leave it at 1333 besides now I afraid to change any bios settings. lol

for a easy set up and low wattage with really fast speeds this is perfect. cant wait to see how it runs untangle

after my last experience with atom processor motherboard I cant tell you how happy this turned out. there miles away, this blows away an atom cpu

I going to make another for

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5 out of 5 eggsamazong low power and fast

Pros: low power, runs windows 8 and fast, see other thoughts

Cons: noda

Other Thoughts: I actually purchased this board to run windows xp. since the new high end Intel motherboards are not compatible with windows xp and don't have drivers

I tried this motherboard with xp and xp pr 64bit yet surprisingly windows 8 64bit is faster and it is fast. must be the efi bios. even windows 8.1 beta no problem

this motherboard is good for normal use, online, mail and even low cpu power games
for a basic all around computer this motherboard rocks with windows 8 64bit. perfect for a mom someone that's not going to play battlefield 3. just maybe candy crush or something like that this board has no problems at HD 1080p even playing Netflix no problem in 1080p HD

one thing is I noticed letting windows 8 install the video and most drivers works much better. all driver for this motherboard are available from windows update. just make sure to install the Intel inf driver first and the and then the (Intel management engine components) driver, then windows updates and it is fast for normal daily use online and even just starting up the computer its faster then my Intel 4 core running windows 7 and less issues in fact no issues at all. yes the processor peaks at 100% occasionally for a few second hear and there, but it does it unnoticeably and with style. Paired with a Samsung ssd and 8 gigs running memory at 1333 at 99924spd its very fast at single thread applications with windows 8.

if it last 5 years I think it will pay for itself in energy saving from my 950w power supply down to the 90watt I have on this motherboard it did max out once at 20wats under load holycow batman alert the media lol.

no really a great motherboard combo. now it would be nice for $25 less

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  • Pam P.
  • 9/29/2013 6:48:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs2nd one DOA

Pros: I have one of these running PFSense perfectly. Put it in a Lian Li PC-Q12B with a 64GB SSD and 4GB DDR3 to make a great little router/firewall.

Cons: Ordered a second one and it was DOA.

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat for a simple server type device

Pros: -Mini ITX
-Comes with CPU, and for lower price than competing Mini-ITX boards
-Ivy Bridge U-series uses only 17 watts max
-Dual gigabit LAN

Cons: -Lowest performance U-series CPU model available
-Idiotic inclusion of PCI slot, not PCI-E, on a 2013 motherboard

Other Thoughts: Great board overall for the price, as I really think you'd be hard pressed to beat the performance/form factor/price combo that this little board has going for it. Paired with a solid state drive, and four SATA hard drives (2 on motherboard, 2 on SATA PCI card), it makes a great low-power file server, using less than 50% the power that my old Athlon 64 X2 system was using for the same job.

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  • Daniel C.
  • 8/1/2013 6:44:51 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Value

Pros: Low Power

Cons: No USB3
HDMI Video connector Only (very minor)
PCI Expansion not PCI-e

Other Thoughts: I agree with everything DHG said. I'm also using this for a PFSense firewall. It doesn't have all the lights, bells, and whistles you might want for a new standard desktop PC build, but you can't beat the price for a lower end PC build or a small home server of a sort. With a Rosewill RNX-G300LX wireless card and WD laptop hard drive installed, I'm pushing about 25 watts (powered by a PicoPSU). That's using a FreeBSD type OS. Not sure if power management is any better on other OS's.

I'm not sure why they couldn't throw in a PCI-e slot as the NM70 chip supports this. Maybe it's for a future model...

I do have a few concerns with the reliability of this in a 24/7 role, so we'll see how it goes.

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4 out of 5 eggsGood Firewall Board

Pros: 1. Dual NICs
2. Dual Core Ivy Bridge with 17Watt TDP
3. Easy to work with BIOS
4. Very Quiet

Cons: 1. PCI instead of PCIe expansion
2. No USB3
3. NICs are Realtek
4. Only 2 fan headers (CPU/System)
5. Only 1 6Gbps SATA
6. Not the prettiest board (if you are into that)

Other Thoughts: I'm currently using this board in my pfsense build. I'm using an old Antec ISK-110 Mini ITX case with a built in 90Watt Power Supply I had laying around, along with 8GB Memory and a 320GB 7200 RPM HDD. This board runs quiet and cool.

I'm currently running pfsense 2.1 RC0 since I heard 2.0 doesn't recognize the NICs (I didn't verify that). I got this since any consumer grade firewall can't push more than a few mbit/s using OpenVPN/IPSec. I ran a test where I was downloading at 32mbit/s and concurrently uploading 5mbit/s and my load average was between .20 and .32. OpenVPN was utilizing 20-22% CPU while the two NICs were using 4.5% each. Keep in mind this is out of a CPU max load of 2/200% since this is a dual core system, and you can see that this CPU can probably push between 200-300mbit/s with OpenVPN encryption. I suspect that IPSec will be less and PPTP will be more.

Other than that, this board is really vanilla. No USB3 and PCIe will turn away some, but for what I want this is pretty much perfect (although built in Intel NICs would have been preferred) . The BIOS was super easy to navigate, and I booted off a USB stick without even having to drop to a boot menu.

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  • michael D.
  • 6/25/2013 7:15:29 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs good board

Pros: Good board, nics work well, boot quickly. Stays cool and quiet. CPU is very good for what it is. Plays 1080 Netflix but CPU usage is very high. Connected to infinitytv 4 tuner, able to use all 4 tuners at once (hd 1080i, 3 record, 1 watching). Comes out of suspend quickly. Connected as a htpc with a SSD boot drive and a iscsi drive(2tb) using a dedicated network interface. 0 issues so far, it has been on constantly since I received it and been threw a few power failures with no problems. In small htpc case with no additional cooling other than CPU fan. With 50" plasma attached.

Cons: Ivy bridge but no USB 3.0, only 1 sata 6gb port.

Other Thoughts: Very impressed with this board. Runs WMC very well, just waiting for UbuntuTV.....
I have had 3 other htpc(s) although this was least powerful, it's my favorite cause it is quiet and cool and dual nics allow for large storage with small footprint, iscsi is the way to go.

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