Motherboard Asus Pro H610T Thin ITX DDR4 SO-DIMM motherboard

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Almost all Thin ITX boards have an LVD panel connection to facilitate an all-in-one integration rather than use a separate monitor, the panel and its housing, are designed for a board of this type to be housed inside of the monitor's housing rather than on the outside using a VESA mount. The original concept was that OEM MFGs would design these monitor housings so the consumer could "build your own" AIO. I would suggest you, and any other SFF enthusiast read this info on thin ITX boards. THIN ITX OVERVIEW
 

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Asus Pro H610T is impressive mainboard!

Idle power consuption when Debian 12 is running is only 2—3 W. :-O

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MB: Asus Pro H610T D4-CSM
CPU: Intel i3-13100
RAM: 1x Crucial 32GB DDR4-3200 SODIMM (CT32G4SFD832A)
SSD: 1x SATA Crucial M4 128GB (CT128M4SSD2)

I enabled power-saving features in BIOS like C-states and ASPM. OS: Debian 12 with DietPi, kernel 6.1.0-13-amd64, keyboard and LCD unplugged. Only LAN connected.
Power consumption is measured on DC side (12V). It’s fanless build.

idle: 2—3 W
load: 50—60W


Good thing is that it works also with DC 12V (official docs says 19V)


 
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Are you delivering power through the 2 pin molex or are you using a brick? I ask because the pinouts are backward on the molex to the architectural spec for power and ground locations.
 

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so a wall wart also known as a brick or Boat Anchor... since the din to 2 pin molex is a pass-through you could, in fact, use an HDplex Gan PS with the CPU power cable as a 12v source of power since this PS does not deliver 19V.
 
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