|Computer form factors|
|Listed by PCB size (mm)|
|COM Express basic||125×95|
|ETX / XTX||114×95|
|COM Express compact||95×95|
|COM Express mini||55×84|
VIA EPIA (VIA Embedded Platform Innovative Architecture) is a series of mini-ITX, em-ITX, nano-ITX, pico-ITX and pico-ITXe motherboards with integrated VIA processors. They are small in size and consume less power than computers of comparable capabilities.
There are several types of VIA EPIA motherboard: Nano-ITX versions, based on the VIA CoreFusion processor series, and Mini-ITX form factor featuring VIA CPUs and northbridges in separate packaging. They were originally built for industrial applications but came to have a wide range of applications in the consumer market, such as carputers, firewalls, HTPCs, and Small File servers..
The VIA EPIA motherboards have the following designators:
|A||Configured without TV-out|
|L||Configured with Gigabit LAN (where this is optional)|
- VIA EPIA motherboards
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- VIA EPIA ME6000 Mini ITX Review
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