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Thread: WTB: Mobo/Processor/Case

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    WTB: Mobo/Processor/Case

    I'm having some issues with my current mobo/processor (its an intel 2.0 celeron in shuttle style case). One of those Chyang-Fun boxes. I have SDRAM or DDR Ram in it can't remember. I also have a new HD and an Opus 150W already that I've been using.

    Just wanted a new mobo/processor and small style case. Nothing too big. Anyone can help me out?

    Thanks.

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    I have this and it is in a modified morex case. I can post pics if you are interested.
    FS socket 478 P4 ITX motherboard
    The Car 2005 Scion xB

    The Truck 2004 GMC Canyon

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    Do you have a case for it and incidentally did you use both the integrated video and audio on board? If so what did you do with the PCI slot then? I'm worried about video performance not being that good.

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    Yes it is in a case and the audio and video worked perfect. I use roadrunner and iGuidance and had zero problems. It does have a pci slot and the case will accomodate i PCI card if you needed one(with a PCI riser).

    Would you like some pics?
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    Yeah interested in seeing pics of the case. Would you be willing to not throw in the processor as my celeron 2.0 ghz and cooler is sitll working OK. Can I get a price with the processor/cooler and without it? Thanks!

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    I just took some pics and will post them in a minute. I will give you everything in the first for sale post and I will throw in the case for free for the $150.00 plus shipping. If you want to take out the cpu I think they are going on Ebay for about $35.00 so take off that for the case and Mobo package only.
    The Car 2005 Scion xB

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    OK sounds good I'll be awaiting the pics.

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    Here are some pics. Case is a Morex 3688.










    The Car 2005 Scion xB

    The Truck 2004 GMC Canyon

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    Hey, does this only take a slimline DVD drive? Do you happen to have one of those too? I'm sure I can pick one up pretty cheap on newegg say. Trying to get a whole package deal. Still debating whether I need the processor or not.

    Thanks.

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    BTW the MoBo is new and was assembled for testing but never run in a car. The fan is brand new as well. The case is modofied for maximum airflow to the processor and there are 2 40mm fans in the case as well and are in good condition. The case will accept a 3.5 HD and a slimline cd rom. I am running this same case in my truck and it is great. The only problem is the reset button is missin the extension but the button is still there and works. I believe I have a spare PCI riser I will throm in as well.
    The Car 2005 Scion xB

    The Truck 2004 GMC Canyon

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