WYSE v90 board information.

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    kallisti5
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    I recently purchased a mini-itx mainboard off of ebay (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250585339055) and come to my surprise it’s a board out of a WYSE v90 (i was finally able to ID it when I saw the WYSE bios splash)

    Does anyone know the pin-outs of the front panel connector or have a manual that covers the internals of the v90? (I think this is the base v90 model as it only has one VGA out port)

    Also, the board I received does not have any heatsinks.. I am guessing the VIA C3 on it needs to be heat sinked and am getting one for the CPU and northbridge, how beefy is the cooling on the v90? (I am trying to estimate if I need a fan or can go fan-less)

    Thanks!

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    kallisti5
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    a quick fyi… I am turning this sucker into an OpenBSD home router 🙂

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    earlytv
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    Orig heat sink, large fanless.
    V90 series boards are ITX size and mounting match for ITX boards.
    Some ITX boards can fit into wyse V90 series cases, you have to watch what is on front of board because of USB, AUDIO board in case. I have a JETWAY board in a V90 case, a very low power VIA micro board with a 800 series chip. Orig V90 has a 400 series chip the V90L, LE has a 700 series chip. The C90LE has a 855 series chip which is a subset of the 800 series the JETWAY board has. So a V90 that could run what the C90LE runs?? naw?

    Find a cheap dead V90 on ebay and you would have case and heatsink?

    I used a ohm meter to find what pins did what to put jetway into case but did not mark it down because cables had to be extended to fit jetway and connections move around.

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