FS: Casetronics C134 and EPIA M9000 Motherboard
Hi everyone. Ive finally got my setup up and running and have some spare parts lying around, so its time to recover as much of my cost as i can :)
We have for sale
1 Casetronics C134 Case in Black. SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (link: http://www.logicsupply.com/product_i...products_id/34 )
The case is in good condition, it is used, and there are a few small scuffs and scratches on the outside (corners and bottom). Also the frontfaceplate is missing (all the connectors are still there and they work fine, it just is metal, not plastic). There is a scratch mark on the inside of the case on the top where it comes in contact with the backing when opened and closed, but this mark is invisible when the case is clsoed. I am including all the screws i was using to mount my 2.5" HDD, slimline DVD drive, and that put the case together, even though im not sure if they all came with the case. Whatever.
One thing to note: The casetronics power supply is not working right. Im no electrician, so it may be a simple problem, but when you plug it into a motherboard it starts the cpu fan spinning, but the mobo wont turn on/the fan wont turn off. The power connector to the PSU is still intact so a simple switch of that casetronics PSU for the PW 70 would work fine, especially since i am including the 12V regulator brick, so the power coming into the case is regulated.
I have the box and manual and will ship in that. I have seen the case on the internet for as low as $136, I would gladly let it go for $85. (plus shipping of course) SOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!11
Now for the motherboard:
The mobo was in working order the last time I tested it, but since the PSU on my casetronics case is done, i have no way of testing it now. That said, it was working fine the last time it was plugged in. I have cleared the CMOS, so it oughta boot like a fresh motherboard. I have and will ship in the box, along with the headers for front panel firewire and USB, connector plate, 2 IDE cables (all the accesories are still sealed in their bags. I cannot include the manual as i have 2 mobos and only one manual (which i am using), but will gladly photocopy any areas you may need (pin designations, etc) and include that.
This motherboard is 900 Mhz and as Im sure you all know it is very small (17cmX17cm). You can read all about it if you dont know here: http://www.viavpsd.com/product/epia_...therboardId=81
I think $120 is a fair price for the Motherboard.
Both the motherboard and the computer have been used but never in the car enviroment. Even so, they were not used much.
If someone here does not buy these babies up, they will go to Ebay, but please make me an offer if you are interested - I would much rather sell them to a fellow enthusiast and avoid Ebay and the hassles that come with it.
The buyer will pay the shipping, whatever kind you like. I am in LA, so if you are local we can meet and i can delvier the merchandise that way.
PM with any questions!