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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Inno3D ION

3. Getting started

To start using the Inno3D ION iChiLL motherboard you only need to install the memory modules. Due to the motherboard's size and design, it would be convenient to install the motherboard into a low-profile mini-ATX case, which does not offer any space for a power supply. Have a look here to see what we mean. Unfortunately, the only case we had in our labs was the Thermaltake Element Q , which is big enough to fit even two ION motherboards inside :)

Installing the motherboard is pretty simple. As you can see in the picture below, there is lot of free space left since the cases' PSU does not need to be installed at all:

In a few minutes you will be able to connect all the front panel/USB headers, the SATA connectors for the HDD and optical drives and of course the included CPU fan, which is almost silent:

Here is a top view of the motherboard with all the cables connected and everything installed. Our box is ready to roll..

 

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