- Low power consumption - max 40 watt
- Based on Atom or maybe intel G620
- Mini ITX
- DUAL INTEL NIC
- At least 2 sata ports (pref: 600)
I too have researched this. Here are your options IF, you want *dual intel nics on-board* :
Atom Boards with dual Intel Gigabit NICs
* Supermicro X7SPA-HF-D525 ($240)
* Intel D2500CC ($99? when released in Feb)
Atom Boards with 4 Intel Gigabit NICs
* Soekris 6501 ($379)
Sandy Bridge (1155) boards with dual Intel Gigabit NICs
* Intel S1200KP ($163)
When I built one of these systems, I went with the Sandy Bridge CPU (G620) and the S1200KP motherboard, because I wanted dual Intel gigabit NICs on-board. I looked at the Supermicro board, but it was over-priced. I think the G620/S1200KP cost me $20 more than the Supermicro Atom board. Now that this Intel D2500CC has entered the picture, this changes everything, assuming the $99 price I saw on one website is accurate.
Of course, if you don't care about your NICs, there are a lot of dual NIC boards with Realtek 8111's on them. Too many to count/list. Also, if you're willing to put in a PCI-Express card, you can get pretty much any motherboard out there.