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Notwithstanding its tiny form-factor, it matches modern mainboard models of the Deluxe category. Here’s a list of its technical characteristics:

Soltek SL-B9A-FGR

CPU

AMD K8 Socket 754

Chipset

NVIDIA nForce3 250 GB

Memory

2DDR DIMM slots for DDR400/DDR333/DDR266/DDR200 SDRAM

AGP slot

1 AGP 8x

Expansion slots

1 PCI

Connectors

  • 1 FDD
  • 2 ATA133/100/66 channels supporting up to 4 Parallel devices
  • 2 SerialATA connectors supporting up to 2 SATA HDDs and RAID arrays
  • 1 LPT connector (on additional bracket)
  • 8 USB 2.0/1.1 ports (2 on the front pael, 4 on the rear panel and 2 on the additional bracket)
  • 2 IEEE 1394 connectors (one on the front panel and one on the back)
  • Integrated sound

    8-channel C-media CMI8768

    Integrated network

    10/100/1000Mbit

    BIOS

    Award

    Form-factor

    ATX, 180mm x 270mm

    As you see, the Soltek engineers successfully solved the problem of designing so small a mainboard – they even found a place for the legacy ports (COM and LPT)! The modern functionality – eight-channel audio, FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet, SerialATA RAID – is all present, too.

    Talking about the construction of the Qbic, I can’t pass by the 250W power supply unit with active power factor correction, the SS-250SFD model.

    It is positioned horizontally above the back part of the case and it exhausts hot air with its 80mm fan.

     
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