It has been a while since I read about that processor. So, I do not know for certain what its power requirements are.
But, I think the whole atom line of processors are very low power.
You say that you are disappointed with the power consumption.
How are you measuring it?
The truth is that your choice of optical drive, video card, and hard drive are probably going to have a lot more to do with the machines power consumption than that motherboard does.
If your goal is for a very quiet low power machine, you really need to determine the power needs of each portion of the machine before selecting a power supply. And, for that matter you should probably check the power needs before selecting the video card or optical drive.
Also, since many machines get a lot of external USB stuff added to it, you need to consider them also. The specification for USB requires either one or two amps per USB port. Sorry, I do not remember which it is.
Keep in mind that a switch mode power supply has to charge up some large capacitors on power up and the size of those capacitors and therefore the current surge on power up is going to be proportional to the overall capacity of the power supply.
Therefore, if you are trying to keep surge current low, you do not want to oversize that power supply.
Also, a large power supply will probably have two fans instead of just one. They draw power and make noise.
In general though, a switch mode power supply is very efficient. So, a good quality one is not going to draw a lot of quiescent current after initial start, no matter what its rated output.
If you are going for low power and noise, you might want to consider one of the power supplies that is made for that. They have no fan, just huge heat sinks.