Features of the MB-07302 SOM-ETX Module include one 200-pin DDR SO-DIMM Socket support up to 1GB; 10/100Mbps Ethernet Interface; supports CRT, 18-bit TTL/24-bit LVDS/TV-out interface; AC 97 Audio and TV-out; 1 X Ultra ATA-66
and I X CompactFlash[TM]; watchdog timer and system monitoring.
Standard features include Intel Pentium III processors from 600 to 866 MHz with 256 KB advanced transfer cache and 133 MHz front-side bus, up to 1 GB of PC700 or PC800 RDRAM, EIDE ATA-66
hard drives or Ultra/160 SCSI hard drives, and up to 16 MB of RAM integrated into the 4X advanced graphics port (AGP) enabling exceptional graphics performance and visual quality for today's multi-media and Web-based applications.
The replacement board was an EPOX MVP-3G5 with support for ATA-66
(although I didn't use this feature) and a 2MB cache.
One Ultra ATA-66
interface & one CompactFlash[TM] type I/II socket
That is, a single drive cannot transfer a data stream at the 40Mbit/sec of Ultra2 SCSI, or the 66Mbit/sec of ULTRA ATA-66
0 controller for high-speed Device, Host and On-the-Go support; FireWire Link Layer integration; dedicated ATA-66
enhanced IDE bus supporting up to four devices; 4-bit SDMMC controller; consumer CD I2S port; 8/16-bit expansion IO; B/SIR infrared; TWC 3-wire controller; 4 channel, 8-bit ADC; 4 channel, 8-bit PWM/FM; up to 48 GPIOs; dedicated 16-bit memory controller for two banks of 2.
The standard configuration supports PC100/133 DIMM SDRAM, AMD Duron 850 MHz processor and includes VIA KM133 chipset, 20GB ATA-66
Hard drive and 15" monitor.
The AK73 Pro offers AGP4X graphics controller, high-speed PC133 memory controller, ultra-fast 200 MHz Front Side Bus (332 MHz maximum), and ATA-66
interface for high-speed hard disk drive connections.