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    FS: VIA Technologies M1000 (EPIA-M1000) Mini ITX Motherboard + 512MB RAM

    Compatible with the VIA C3 processor, the VIA Technologies Epia M1000 mini-ITX motherboard promises an extremely efficient performance. This VIA Technologies motherboard ensures you enjoy stunning graphics, thanks to its VIA Apollo CLE266 chipset that comes with 2D/3D graphics. Moreover, supporting a maximum DDR266 SDRAM of up to 1 GB, the VIA Technologies Epia M1000 motherboard lets you multitask with ease. This mini-ITX motherboard features USB ports for external peripherals, allowing you to connect high-speed devices. The onboard VIA VT1616 6 Channel AC97 codec of this VIA Technologies motherboard helps it render excellent-quality sounds. What’s more, with this VIA Technologies motherboard’s PCI expansion slots, you can add more memory and graphics capabilities.

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