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JetWay HBJC371F35W-T40E-B AMD G-T40E APU (1.0GHz, dual core) AMD A50M (Hudson M1) AMD Radeon HD6250 Barebone

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  • AMD G-T40E APU (1.0GHz, dual core)
  • AMD A50M (Hudson M1)
  • 1 x 204Pin SO-DIMM DDR3 1066/800
  • AMD Radeon HD6250

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CPU Supported

CPU Type
AMD G-T40E APU (1.0GHz, dual core)


North Bridge
AMD A50M (Hudson M1)

Memory Supported

Memory slot
1 x 204Pin SO-DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR3 1066/800
Max Memory Supported


Serial ATA
1 x SATA 6.0Gb/s


Onboard Video
AMD Radeon HD6250


Onboard Audio
Realtek ALC662


First LAN
Realtek 8111EVL(10/100/1000Mbps)
Second LAN
Realtek 8111EVL(10/100/1000Mbps)
Wireless LAN
Max LAN Speed
Dual 10/100/1000Mbps

Extension Bays

2.5" Internal bays

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
Front Audio Ports
2 jacks

Back Panel Ports

up to 4 (2 need to install)
1 x DVI
Rear USB
Rear Audio Ports
1 jack

Power Supply

Power Supply
60W 12V AC adapter

Physical SPEC

7.09" x 5.61" x 1.89"


Fanless Embedded Barebone System

AMD G-T40E APU, 1.0GHz Dual-Core

AMD A50M Chipset (Hudson M1)

Integrated AMD Radeon HD 6250 Graphics

Hardware accelerated 1080p HD playback, DirectX 11

DVI-I Video Output with DVI-to-VGA Adapter

DDR3-1066 SO-DIMM Memory up to 4GB

1 x 2.5" SATA3 6Gb/s Bay for HDD or SSD Drive

CF Slot, Dual Gigabit LAN, 4 x Serial Ports

Optional Wireless N or mSATA Capability

Watchdog System Reset Timer
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the JETWAY HBJC371F35W-T40E-B

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  • donald s.
  • 9/5/2014 9:18:30 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIn my hasty bias I recant my 1 egg rating

Pros: cheap, duail gige interfaces, mSATA, pfsense works no problem

Cons: none really at this price point

Other Thoughts: I mistakenly interpreted a user failure as a dead unit. This unit does seem to be functional now and I will continue trusting it.

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  • donald s.
  • 9/3/2014 5:26:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsafter 5 months of use...

Pros: cheap! dual gige interfaces! fanless!

Cons: jetway quality

Other Thoughts: One day this system started to degrade in performance until I could no longer access it, so I pulled power and it never powered on again. This is the second jetway atom based system which I have had meet an early end. This device was simply serving residential internet. The machine sat idle twiddling its thumbs most of 24/7, never any significant load, ever.

I have zotac and aopen atom systems which each individually have outlived my jetway systems' lives combined. This purchase was my "shame on me" for jetway. I will avoid their systems in the future.

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  • donald s.
  • 6/15/2014 11:45:06 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsMy New Pfsense Device

Pros: Fanless, dual ethernet with a number of optional configurations

Cons: No cons, but this thing would be an amazing value with serial console redirection

Other Thoughts: I replaced the wireless module with an mSATA module for the internal storage. Another decent use for this device is a serial console since it sports 4 db9 serial interfaces. For me I use one interface for WAN and the other is carved up in to VLAN's, which works beautifully with Pfsense.

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  • 3/14/2014 12:47:36 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsUpdate Review - New model differences as of 2/25/14

Pros: The small size with ample number of available USB and serial ports really makes this little unit great for all sorts of specialized applications like: firewalls, mini webserver, data collection, and print server. Easily handles 32 and 64 bit Linux operating systems

Cons: The unit's case acts as its heatsink and will run warm. In areas where there is little or no air movement an additional heatsink and maybe a fan is recommended.

Other Thoughts: The new models are now shipped with the antenna, mounting hardware, and cable assembly packed loose in the parts box and not installed in the case. Be very careful when opening this box or the mounting hardware (nuts, flat and lock washers) will fall out. They can also easily slide under the box's cardboard folds. The BIOS is now shipped with the video output set to CRT+LVDS. This will require an initial power-up with a standard VGA cable connected to the supplied DVI adapter or you won't get any video.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/29/2014 2:51:45 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat for A Firewall

Pros: Compact - Reliable - Desktop, Wall, or Rack mountable. Dual 1Gb LANs

Cons: Runs a little warm. Will not boot from the MoBo Compact Flash card.

Other Thoughts: I have have this model at 3 different client facilities being utilized as a firewall running a ClearOs Linux firewall system. These units have outlasted other computers that were put into service since these were deployed. I only wish that I could get the Compact Flash slot to allow booting of this device.

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  • Nathan B.
  • 11/13/2013 12:07:56 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsRemote Observatory Computer

Pros: Running perfectly in a remote telescopic observatory for astronomical imaging where the 4 serial ports are a big bonus to connect to instrumentation. Not a single crash in 24/7 operation in more than a year running in a non-climate controlled environment (10F - 98F) using a SSD. Lack of fans / ventilation holes a bonus to prevent bugs and other critters from moving in to keep warm as the weather gets colder.

Cons: Runs a little warm during summer months in non-climate controlled environment. Added a 80mm fan on top to keep temps more reasonable when ambient temperature is 90F or above.

Other Thoughts: The computer seems well constructed and has performed flawlessly for me in this demanding application.

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  • Joel R.
  • 5/20/2013 3:01:14 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsAlmost great

Pros: No fans or moving parts
4 working front-mount serial ports
Great support in Ubuntu Linux
Adequate speed/performance
Good networking capabilities (dual gigE)
Simple to assemble with 2.5" SSD

Cons: Thermal design/build quality

Other Thoughts: Assembled and had it working with Ubuntu 12.04.02 LTS very quickly.

HOWEVER after an hour or so I noted the system was unstable (random reboots) and after eliminating other causes, I found that CPU/GPU temps had climbed to >105C.

I took everything apart and found a small gap between the CPU thermal pad and the case protrusion (mesa) which acts as a heatsink. Clearly the tolerances or design were incorrect, as these parts should have been touching to transfer the heat. Even a low-power CPU like this needs contact for thermal transfer!

I removed the motherboard, applied thermal compound to fill the gap, reinstalled and CPU temp went down to 71C. The board has been stable ever since.

I've recently added an external fan to blow air over the case just to be safe, and CPU temps now hover in the low 60s.

Obviously Jetway needs to address this issue - either the case machining is incorrect on my unit, or else it's a problem with all of them. If I order another one, I'll check and see if the same issue exists.

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  • Joe S.
  • 11/16/2012 10:42:10 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsJust what I wanted

Pros: Perfect little silent computer. I have removed the wifi card and replaced with a 80G Intel MSATA. I also installed a 16G Sandisk Extreme 60X Compact Flash.
Next configured bios to boot from the CF card and installed Nas4Free.
Very nice. I measured the power draw and can tell you the power supply with no load draws 2 watts. When the system is booted and running the entire draw is only 15 watts. With the system under load I think I saw 17 watts for a split second but 16 watts solid. The case is warm but completely silent.
Another really nice feature is the two network cards.

FYI. This is a Jetway NF35 motherboard. It is labeled on the box as a mini-itx.
The doc said the wifi slot was jumper slectable for pcie or msata but I could not find a jumper. I just removed the wifi and installed the msata and it works.

Also note this board can support 2 SATA ports but the case only supports one.
I am looking for a nice ESATA connector to leverage this port. If it fit the video/rs232 that would be great.

Nice work Jetway!

Cons: Only supports 1 memory slot and 4gig max.

Other Thoughts: Great for a NAS server or a Router/firewall. I do not leverage the graphics but I think the ATI chipset would stand up fairly well.

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  • Kurt V.
  • 10/24/2012 6:34:16 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsRockin' little box

Pros: Dual NIC's, easy to pull apart, dead silent. It's fairly quick as well, considering it's clock. It's tiny?

Cons: Runs a little warm, nothing the manufacturer didn't consider though.

Other Thoughts: Using this is a production environment (industrial controls) where reliability is more important than speed. I pulled the WiFi card out and put an Intel 24GB SLC mSata card in.

If you're installing Windows XP (the industrial controls software can't run on anything newer), you'll want to slip the drivers into an SP2 or newer ISO using nLite or something. I installed XP from a USB DVD drive.

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  • Larkin L.
  • 8/4/2012 4:22:49 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Router or Media Player

Pros: Dual gigabit ethernet. Four DB-9 serial ports. Dual core x86_64. Low power. Fanless.

Cons: Runs hot. It has no active cooling, only the case acting as a passive heatsink. It does get too hot to handle comfortably.

The included Atheros WiFi module is not supported by pfSense; at least not by the 8/2 v2.1 snapshot.

Other Thoughts: After a few power management tweaks it idles at a mere 13.8W when running pfSense. XBMC (openelec) idled around 17W but I didn't do any power tuning.

Booting is FAST with an SSD. For example, rebooting XBMC took 20 seconds (from clicking the reboot button to being back to full function). Putting to sleep and then waking via Wake-on-LAN is very fast.

No problems playing 1080p Blu-ray content.

Dual Gig-E, quad RS232, and low power makes this unit an excellent pfSense firewall/router. Highly recommended.

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