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Appraisal for htpc system

Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by bamaland101, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. bamaland101 New Member

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    looking to see what i could get for this, i have 3 setups which comes with everything minus case and OS.

    Asus AT3IONT-I DELUXE full retail
    2x2gb ddr3
    160gb wd scorpio blue 2.5" hdd's
    LG Slim BD-Rom/DVD-RW

    i was thinking around $120 for each kit, sound about right?
     
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    Sounds pretty good to me actually.

    At first I wasnt sure, but if slim blu-ray comes with it, then yes.

    Might even be able to sell them here.
     
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    I would say 120 is a fair offer.
     
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    cool :) im pulling them next week, so happy to hear i can atleast get the 120, for anyones interests just check back with me next week and i'll have them listed
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    I actually had the Asus AT3IONT-I DELUXE setup a few months back and I will say they are a sweet little mini ITX Atom system. I personally think that $120 is a great price for that combo.

    I may very well be interested in one of those combo's for that price Bama. :)
     
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    it's a sweet little setup forsure, i had them in custom vesa cases but keeping them for future use.
    ill shoot you a pm stinger once ive pulled and organize it all
     
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    Is a power supply included?
     
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    yes the power bricks are included, like i said its fully retail i've got everything it came with. they're only 3 months old and lightlly used in cool(60f) rooms
     
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    And as I recall, they are 90 watt power bricks. Pretty much just like a laptop power supply. They have a PCIe x16 slot, however with the 90 watt power unit a person would have to run a pretty low end video card. The onboard video is plenty good for streaming video and watching video.

    @Bama: Looking forward to your PM. :D
     
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    yep, this is from when i first got them.
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