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    FS: EPIA 800 ITX Motherboard

    I've got an EPIA 800 ITX motherboard for sale. I paid $116.00 for it on newegg.com (http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...ion=13-180-041). I am asking $80, free shipping.

    This is a small form factor (17cmx17cm) Motherboard made by Via. Comes with an embedded 800 MHz CPU. The mobo works great and is perfect for a car pc application due to its low power consumption and very low heat production. This is the mobo many manufacturers of small PC's use. I have powered it on only about 5 times. I will include ALL cables and manuals and CDs that it came with.

    I accept payment via PayPal only. Will ship to anywhere in US for free. International shipping may cost extra (we can work it out).

    I'll throw in a stick of 256MB PC133 SDRAM for $20 if you want (retail $33). It's the RAM that I used on the motherboard and I really have no need of it.

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    EPIA 800: $80 (31% off retail - you save $36)
    256MB PC133 SDRAM: $20 (40% off - you save $13)
    Free shipping anywhere in US via Fed-Ex ground. If you want to pay for faster shipping, it's cool with me
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    If you are interested, please send me a Private Message or just reply to this post.

    Thanks guys!!
    +dr1ft

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    I would like it... sent you a PM

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    i'm also interested, if it is still available.
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    Yes, squeezer. Can you beat $90 for both items?

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    yes, I can pay $100 for them.
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    Sweet, check your PM

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    Is movie playback smooth with only 800mhz?
    how fast is bootup?
    thanks

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    Originally posted by CURTISBEEF
    Is movie playback smooth with only 800mhz?
    how fast is bootup?
    thanks
    no clue about bootup, if you search, people on here say the 800mhz is enough to do software dvd decoding.
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    800Mhz is more than enough for DVD, yes.
    Bootup depends on your OS and how well you tweak it

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    Product has been sold.

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