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JetWay JNC64-LF Socket P NVIDIA MCP79MH single chipset HDMI Mini ITX Intel Motherboard

  • NVIDIA MCP79MH single chipset
  • Core2 Duo / Quad Mobile Processors
  • DDR3 1066
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years


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  • Vladimir K.
  • 3/25/2011 12:42:09 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsWorks great for NAS

Pros: Recognized T5750, which is not on compatibility list and works fine. I also had DDR3 laptop memory - no problems. Installed Win7 on it, drivers are available.

Low idle power consumption. I tested it with Seasonic 300w 80+ PS, Corsair Nova 32gb SSD, 8gb ram - nothing else added. Kill-a-Watt showed 28W. it goes up to 60w under load, but my plan was to used it for NAS, which is idle almost all the time.

I added Areca 1260 - got it used from somewhere else, 8 WD20EADS (before SEP 2010 they supported a utility that was enabling TLER) in RAID 5. When NAS is used for streaming and all HDDs work it consumes 100-110w, when idle more that 30 minutes RAID shuts down HDDs and power usage goes down to 50w.

1Gb LAN and PCIe x16 - you cannot get it on Atom boards easily. You can add a Mini PCIe board - lots of possibilities.

I also have Gigabyte E350 MB, it shows about the same power consumtion on idle.

Cons: Chipset is becoming hot and radiator is not sitting firm. I am planning to replace the radiator with an aftermarket.

Mini ITX board with 1155 socket and low power CPU like i3-2100t gives you the same power usage and higher performance and, IMHO, better suited for video play.

Other Thoughts: I tried plaing HD video files though built-in video. I could see that the image suffered skipped frames time to time on high-rate files. It wasn't too bad, but my E8500 on ASUS with nVidia 9300 does does not have this problem at all. Not sure why - maybe CPU is not fast enough or video on the chipset is not sufficient.

As NAS it works great for me - I reused a bunch old parts from laptops. I got this MB from open box area and for the price, it was an excellent deal for me.

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  • Erik J.
  • 3/19/2011 5:24:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsDecent little board with a few flaws

Pros: Can overclock unlocked unlocked CPUs with ThrottleStop and adjust the VID.

It comes with a cpu heat sink although I am not currently using it.

Integrated graphics worked fine forever except gaming.

Low power consumption.

Cons: The if your using this integrated graphics the northbridge gets extremely hot (in the 90s C) Also I redid the thermal grease on the northbridge because it was lacking some on the one corner of the die. If you are comfortable doing this I would recommend check it out just to make sure its alright. I also have a 40mm fan blowing on it now.

The CPU heatsink can't handle 45W CPUs even when not overclocked. I was getting very close to 100C when encoding video. Also the bearing on the original CPU fan were bad. I could not find better heatsinks for socket P CPUs so I had to modify a i-series CPU. Now full load is under 50C.

Other Thoughts: Current configuration:

4 GB of memory
Intel Q9100
Nvidia GTX 460

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  • Quang N.
  • 2/15/2011 9:44:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Great little board! Extremely low power consumption when mated with any c2d Pxxxx series chip. I have this board paired with my old P8600chip and it runs very efficient. It's able to shave a few dollars off the electric bill. Be sure to pickup a minipcie wifi card as well as an antenna as per Trottel's suggestion. My only complaint really is that you can mount a larger HSF - big HSF with a low wattage cpu would be a plus as it would be super quite. Also pickup a higher quality PSU such as a 550VX - you'll be happy with a quite pc. The cpu fan that is supplied is not bad, it spins when the chip gets hot just like on a laptop.

Cons: 1. Unable to use an aftermarket HSF. A big fat coolermaster with a fan delete would be preferred.
2. Keep one ide port for those with older HD?

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/10/2011 4:19:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsFlaky onboard video

Pros: Great little board in concept. Perfect for the T6400 and P7570 CPUs I had lying around from laptop upgrades. Planning on using this for a carputer application.

Can confirm it does in fact come with CPU HS/F. (I had already ordered an aftermarket one, curiously they ended up being the same unit with different stickers)

Cons: Regardless of memory/cpu/bios config the system would not initialize a windows install. As soon as it tries to initialize video beyond the initial boot in powers down.

When I add in a PCIe video card (8600GT) it boots, installs Windows and runs fine. Problem is that I need to use onboard video for my plan.

Another curious thing was that it would not run DDR3 10700 at 1333. It would run the memory fine up to 1200 but then no go. Again tried 4 pieces of memory. I speculate it is because the higher latency settings are not available (at least you can't manually set them according to memory specs, don't know what auto chooses but that could be why)

Other Thoughts: As I said it's a great concept and it happens to be the only Socket P motherboard available so the jury is still out. I am RMA exchanging and will rereview the 2nd one. Hopefully I just got a flaky one but from the ratings it looks like I might have to go through a few to get a good one.

Stay aware that this is not the highest quality board but if you are looking to squeeze a lot of power into a small unit and deal with maybe RMAing this is still worth looking into. You will be pleasantly surprised when you see what a C2DM + 8GB of DDR3 and some extra video power can do. I can only imagine how much it could crank coupled with a QX9300M

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  • Sean D.
  • 12/15/2010 2:03:59 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot quite all

Pros: Appears to have a very good feature set.
Allows recycling of (some) older notebook parts.
Includes a small CPU cooler and paste.
Very reasonable price compared to other Socket P options.

Cons: Would not power up for more than three seconds with a working PSU, CPU and memory hooked up. E-mailed tech support (no phone option listed) and received one less than helpful response. Tried the suggestion (same result) and followed up as their first reply suggested. No response from them since. RMA'd the unit to newegg.

Other Thoughts: Was supposed to help make up for the faulty Nvidia 8600 GT in my notebook by reusing the parts with either onboard video or a discreet card. No such luck.
E-mail only tech support was a joke.
Looked to be an ideal solution for my needs and situation. I am very disappointed that it did not work out and cost me money in the process.

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  • Roderic D.
  • 11/15/2010 5:38:38 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome little motherboard!

Pros: Tons of features and connections packed into small form factor. Can use any socket P processor. Excellent BIOS with many overclocking options. Wireless is by mini pci-e.

Cons: The cpu heatsink it comes with is copper, but pretty small, though I am still able to overclock with it. For a half-mini pci-e wireless card, you need to find a small bolt and nut yourself to secure it. It still works without screwing it down though. Full length cards can be fully secured as-is. You need to find 2 or 3 mini pci-e wireless antennas on E-bay. These are extremely cheap though. (<$5 shipped)

Other Thoughts: Even though it doesn't say anything about it nor show it, there is a heatsink with backing plate included. I have been using this to overclock several 65nm and 45nm processors. The specs say it doesn't support 1333Mhz memory, but it does. You just need to set it in the BIOS. To make overclocking easier via Windows, download the latest version of Nvidia System Tools.

Current specs are:
1.6Ghz T2330 @ 3.0Ghz
2x4GB DDR3 1333
Intel 6300 wireless
Nvidia 8800GT
2TB Samsung Spinpoint F4

I have no reservations recommending this to anyone who is interested in building a small form factor computer.

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  • Anonymous
  • 11/13/2010 4:55:40 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This board includes the works. HDMI & VGA, 6 USB ports, 5 SATA ports, eSATA port, optical & coaxial S/PDIF, PCI-E x16 slot and a non-intel onboard graphics. For a mini-itx board - these features are phenomenal. As a socket P board, it supports the lowest power processors intel makes (10w). There are not many boards that due this and the ones that do are much more expensive.

Cons: Newegg reviewers with limited tech experience

Other Thoughts: I am giving this 5 stars solely to offset the reviews before that have absolutely nothing to do with the quality or features of the board. Commenting on noise from a CPU fan that *they added*, expecting parts that are clearly not included (how many motherboards include a heatsink???) and whining about things that have nothing to do with the board.

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  • Kuan-Wen W.
  • 8/4/2010 3:40:47 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsSurprisingly capable.

Pros: Uses parts from a dead late generation socket P notebook.

Cons: Doesn't come with many hard to shop for parts such as the socket P heatsink and the cables/antenna for the Wifi card. Northbridge heatsink is a piece of junk and overheat like crazy. You will have to buy an aftermarket northbridge heatsink to replace the default northbridge heatsink.

Other Thoughts: Expensive. With all the add on you'll have to buy, the incentive for salvaging parts from your dead notebook is mostly gone. However, if you are willing to go out of your way to pick up the CPU heatsink, the NB heatsink, mini-itx chassis and the optional Wifi antenna, you'll find yourself with a very small desktop setup that doesn't lose in performance when compared with regular ATX based systems of the same generation. With an add on PCIeX16 videocard, this system is capable of gaming with the rest of the regular sized PCs as well.

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  • Darry B.
  • 7/27/2010 7:21:07 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsAgree with previous poster

Pros: Small; able to utlize a Socket P CPU I had from a dead laptop; nice connection options.

Cons: Runs too hot; CPU fan always running at top speed which doesn't contribute to quiet. Doesn't include a heatsink; had to use one from a previous motherboard that had died (JetWay JNF93R-LF) which always had run whisper-quiet.

Other Thoughts: I agree with the previous poster, except that if you don't mind providing your own heatsink and don't mind the noise that comes from a full-on CPU fan, it might be a good mobo for you.

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  • Zabit Y.
  • 7/14/2010 12:42:43 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsThis thing sucks

Pros: Small and Low power takes a laptop cpu that is it

Cons: The Chip set heat sink was shaking when i got i don't know if it is newegg's fault or Jetway but i was not impressed
Runs extremely hot the heat-sink that's included not working very well

Other Thoughts: It sucks dont buy it if you have other options

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