While the GeForce 8100, 8200 and 8300 are theoretically only destined for motherboards in microATX format, Jetway has managed to make Nvidia’s DirectX 10 IGP hold on the AMD platform with a motherboard in mini-ITX format called the JNC62K.
Obviously for this to be possible, sacrifices were made. PCI-E ports were abandoned and there is only a single Dimm port to take a maximum of 2 GB of DDR2. Otherwise, for the CPU there is support for the Phenom X4 but the TDP should not surpass 65W. Either way, there is still a PCI port, an IDE, four SATA-II, a VGA and DVI/HDMI output, ten USB 2.0 ports and two Gigabit Ethernet. There is also the Realtek ALC883 value 7.1 channel High-Definition audio codec.
Curiously, the motherboard has a bios designed for overclocking, which in actuality will not be too useful as it should more be destined for a Home Theatre PC. We can only hope that a manufacturer will have the good idea of offering a motherboard in this format with a PCI-E port cabled in x8 or x16.