MiTAC PD11TI Mini-ITX Motherboard Intel Atom N2800 1.86GHz 2GB DDR3
- This is a clone of the Intel DN2800MT
- Motherboard specs here
- Intel Atom N2800 2C/4T, 1.86 GHz
- 2GB RAM installed (max 4GB)
- No AES-NI
- Intel 82579L Gigabit NIC
- PCIe x1 slot
- Two mini PCIe slots (with unknown hardware installed)
- HDMI, VGA (also supports eDP and LVDS)
$37.99 OBO, free shipping
This 60W power adapter below for $16 will work great with this motherboard, and will get you up and running.
- Good Deal
- Mediocre Deal
- Bad Deal
Original Intel DN2800 MT motherboard also available below for $39.99 with free shipping
This might not be appealing to everyone, but it’s incredibly cheap - and you can use it as a simple physical box for low resource apps, such as home assistant.
Oh, and it’s fanless, which is great for audiophile types who need a simple, silent PC for an audio target for services like Roon. DC power also typically introduces less audio noise through attached USB DACs. It also has a SPDIF header onboard for optical/coax digital use.
A mini-ITX test bench would be ideal for this motherboard - it’s cheap, it allows you to install PCIe cards, and it enables easy access to the components.
The other one I just posted has it, but it’s a lot more $
It looks like the unknown mini pcie device on the pd11ti is the ar9462 wifi card.
2 of them? Without antennas?
It’s weird you can just make out the model number on the photos and they also look the same. I also saw a listing for the same computer board in Amazon and it listed that wifi module in the description. Based on how many they have I am guessing they made a bunch for some system that they changed plans on before finishing them?