I am looking to make a small mini-itx system that can at least handle an old game like Tiger Woods 2002 while simultaneously being able to do a little bit of signal processing (real time fourier transforms and a bit of filtering). I was looking at this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16813121359
Would the Atom 330 be powerful enough to handle this since it is dual core? I suspect the answer is yes if one core can handle a game like Tiger Woods 2002.
Additionally, would the TV-out on a board like this be sufficient for the game, or will I really need to invest in a seperate graphics card?
Assuming this is not powerful enough for my needs, I am willing to compromise on the mini-itx requirement assuming it is still a reasonably small system and equally cheap. The setup I was planning with the Atom board has 2 gigs of RAM and an 80 gb hard drive and case and power supply that comes to a little over $200 including shipping.