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Harald Walker
2005-03-10, 10:53
>>/Hardware
>/>/- IBM PowerPC 405EP, 333MHz
>/>/- 512KB Flash AMIC A29L040
>/>/- ADMTek ADM6996L (Ethernet-Controller + 5Port Switch)
>/>/- VIA VT6212 (4Port USB 2.0 Host Controller)
>/>/- VIA VT82C686B Southbridge (IDE-Controller)
>/>/- 128MB Standard PC133 SDRAM
>/>/- Analog Devices AD1981B AC97 Audio-Controller
>/>/- Mini-PCI Modul 802.11g Medion XG-601M
>/>/- Samsung MP0804H HD
>/>/- PLD Atmel ATF1502 (vermutlich zur Anbindung des Displays)
>/>/- CD-Rom Drive Matsushita CW-8123-B
>/
>Somehow I feel this thread is going the way of a commercial.
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In contrary. The more I know about it, the less I like it.
128MB RAM, usable only with unofficial hacks (if you want to use it
different than what Hermstedt had in mind), etc. - no way.

He didn't really answer the question regarding performance. How is a
333Mhz PPC with 128MB RAM supposed to encode in an acceptable speed and
run a slimserver well? Can't imagine that. The only thing I like about
it is the case and the display.

Regards,

Harald