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idata
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Building a NAS, trying to decide if I want Q45 with ICH10R or ICH10DO SB

These are the features each has that the other doesn't...

ICH10R:

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Intel Turbo Memory Support

 

Wake on VoIP

 

Intel Viiv Processor Technology Support

 

Intel RWT

ICH10DO:

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Intel Active Management Technology [Release 5: Pro]

 

Intel Trusted Platform Module

 

JTAG Boundary Scan

I think the only features that "may" be of use from either is: Turbo Memory Support, Active Management Technology.

I've read-up on most of the features listed but still can't decide which SB I want/need more, any suggestions anyone?!

Cheers

Jed

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idata
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The ark tool is useless

http://ark.intel.com/Compare.aspx?ids=34394,34395,

it reckons the two SB's are exactly the same, contrary to ICH10 family datasheet

http://www.intel.com/assets/pdf/datasheet/319973.pdf

idata
Community Manager
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This is a better compare listing:

http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/imsm/sb/CS-022304.htm http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/imsm/sb/CS-022304.htm

The ICH10DO has Capacity expansion should you wish to add drives to the array later for more storage.

idata
Community Manager
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Thanks, but this is only the differences in relation to "matrix storage tech" which is one major componant of these controllers...

I'm ultimately trying to decide if I need the Q45 w/ICH10DO or G45 w/ICH10R

The main use initially is for NAS/fileserver etc, but longer-term I may want to repurpose it as a HTPC....

These are the main difference I;ve been able to ascertain so far...

http://communities.intel.com/message/51414# 51414

Could I get away with a Q45 w/ICH10DO as a base for HTPC? It doesn't have X4500HD (Intel CVT)

idata
Community Manager
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Nothing stopping you from adding a graphic card later...

idata
Community Manager
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mods feel free to delete, ive incporporated all questions in this thread into:

http://communities.intel.com/message/51414

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