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Intel® Desktop Board D425KT Innovation Series Product BriefThe Intel® Desktop Board D425KT Innovation Series optimizes the performance of the Intel® Atom™ processor D425 while delivering access to new-generation technologies, value-added features, and easy integration. Entry-level desktop PCs represent a fundamental shift in system design—small, yet powerful enough to enable a big Internet experience for all users.The revolutionary two-chip layout enables lower power consumption and improved graphics performance for a better user experience. With this two-chip solution, the Intel Desktop Board D425KT saves 70 percent of its board layout size by adding additional features, enabling easier routing and better heat flow with the passive thermal solution.The Intel Desktop Board D425KT, built with the Intel® NM10 Express Chipset, features the new integrated 1.8 GHz Intel Atom processor D425, and Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150—an improved graphics core, compared with the previous-generation entry-level desktop PC. This board provides additional flexibility and upgradability for the entry-level desktop PC usage model with two single-channel SODIMM connectors for DDR3 1066 / 800 MHz memory support (4 GB max), delivering even greater performance and power efficiency.Supporting a USB Solid-State Drive keepout-zone design, the Intel Desktop Board D425KT is ideal for the diskless usage model by integrating with a standard USB connector.Read the full Intel® Desktop Board D425KT Innovation Series Product Brief.
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