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  • Opus 90W plus Athlon/MB

    Moved up to an Opus 150W for my new mobile Athlon so I have an Opus 90W in very good condition. I cut the floppy connector off though, so you only get the ATX connector plus two 3.5"/5.25" drive power connectors.

    Howsabout $1/Watt...for $90 + you pay shipping (it's pretty light).

    Also have a FIC AT31 Fusion Micro-ATX motherboard with an old school Athlon 800. I've ran this combo off the Opus 90W without problems...so it's a low wattage solution (not as low as the Epia though). It's about as fast as an Epia M10K. It has Radeon graphics built in...but I've never bothered trying out Widescreen resolutions on it. Also has sound, lan, and usb. Comes with a Thermaltake Volcano 6+ heatsink/fan. Comes with 256 MB PC133 RAM. If I can dig up an old 10Gig HD, you can have that too. $45. <--seriously, this is pretty reasonable for a pretty much ready to run system.

    Broken Epia M10K...my desktop power supply blew and took the Epia with it. Free...you pay shipping though...if you're in Sunnyvale area, you can pick it up.

    Pentium III 600 with Soyo MB...Full sized ATX. Don't know the model offhand. The Pentium III is the 133Mhz variant. Also low enough power for the Opus 90W. Just powerful enough for MP3, DVD, GPS and visualization, but form factor is just too big. $10?

    And as always, local pickup (Bay Area) is more than welcome.

    More random crap to come

  • #2
    i'll take the Epia, ygpm
    肚子笑痛了
    S60 Install

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    • #3
      i'll take the opus

      Motherboard: Epox MATX
      Power: M2-ATX
      Storage: 120gb 3.5"
      Optical: Slim Slot cdrw/dvd
      Audio: SB Audigy 2
      GPS: BU-353 & iGuidance 4
      OS: Win FLP (Fundamentals)
      Frontend: Roadrunner (DFX 3 & 4)

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      • #4
        if jcdillin doesn't take the Epia I'll take it
        C134, EPIA M10000, 512mb, M1-ATX, DWW-700H, Seagate 40GB, Panasonic DVD/CDRW
        Alpine ERE-180 EQ

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        • #5
          about the epia...

          sorry guys, local dude from craigslist picked it up. don't be too bummed though...I did pretty extensive testing on it, and it's pretty well fried (a couple of caps...plus there's a bulge in the actual motherboard where something blew in between the layers). I don't know if you can pull out the chip though.

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          • #6
            Still got the OPUS?
            Quick! To the Popemobile!

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            • #7
              funds for Opus have been sent via Paypal.

              Motherboard: Epox MATX
              Power: M2-ATX
              Storage: 120gb 3.5"
              Optical: Slim Slot cdrw/dvd
              Audio: SB Audigy 2
              GPS: BU-353 & iGuidance 4
              OS: Win FLP (Fundamentals)
              Frontend: Roadrunner (DFX 3 & 4)

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              • #8
                Opus is gone! to nitropwd

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