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Thread: Epia M1000 Mini ITX motherboard and 512 RAM

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    Epia M10000 Mini ITX motherboard and 512 RAM

    Epia M10000 Mini ITX motherboard and 512 RAM

    Works great!

    125.00 +shipping firm price and well worth it!

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    is it a M1000 or M10000

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    Pm Sent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AyrtonSennaD View Post
    is it a M1000 or M10000

    They dont make a M1000 to my knowledge and I just left out the trailing ZERO on my post. I have updated it to reflect the correct item.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugene81 View Post
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    very interested, do you have a power supply that would work with it, i have a 90W power brick, so i would just need an internal supply/adaptor?

    also, do you have the rear panel plate that came with it? (the one that snaps into the case)

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    Quote Originally Posted by washburn085 View Post
    very interested, do you have a power supply that would work with it, i have a 90W power brick, so i would just need an internal supply/adaptor?

    also, do you have the rear panel plate that came with it? (the one that snaps into the case)
    The M10k uses an ATX connector. Your "power brick" will not work. You need a power supply such as an M1/M2-ATX, and Opus, or a DSATX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    The M10k uses an ATX connector. Your "power brick" will not work. You need a power supply such as an M1/M2-ATX, and Opus, or a DSATX.
    something like a picoPSU would work with a power brick just fine. i just rather not spend the $40 to get one.

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    or use your power brick with an inverter and a PW70A like in my forsale thread. Although a a straight DC-DC solution is better like the Toaster said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by washburn085 View Post
    very interested, do you have a power supply that would work with it, i have a 90W power brick, so i would just need an internal supply/adaptor?

    also, do you have the rear panel plate that came with it? (the one that snaps into the case)
    I do have the rear plate for it and its included. The rear of it has been painted black (actually thats a bonus for most people) and it has some slight glue residue around the edges (lip) as I glued it into a custom case for a while. Still very functional and useable!

    Included picture as well.


    Also the manual is included and if I find anything else related to the motherboard I will toss it in the box.

    I DO NOT have a DC to DC solution like the M1 or M2 ATX that is available for sale.
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