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[FS/FT][US] Mini-Itx 479 Motherboard + Pentium M 1.6

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  1. ascstinger

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    Decided to bring this back up from the dead, its a socket 479 motherboard with a Pentium M 1.6 installed. Will smoke an atom, would be a nice server board. Bought it on ebay brand new, just been sitting in the box for most of its life here. Looking to grab one of those netbooks, and this has to go

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    that whiteish looking card was supposed to have my id on it, but the cellphone camera wanted to play a trick on me, you can see the asc part in the pic of the board itself

    heatware: ASCStinger

    $99 shipped
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    Bump for a TINY little start to a system, and a good seller :toast:
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    While looking up the specs for someone, it has come to my attention that I need to clarify something. This uses the i855 chipset, so only older pentium M's and celeron M's are supported, which means dual core swaps would not be compatible
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    bump for a really neat little combo and a great seller! don't be worried about low posts here people :)
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    bit of a bump, not in too much of a hurry to sell, but its still availible
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    Nice board :)

    Shame none of these boards come with onboard DC-DC converters. If they did, I would really like an upgrade for my server!


    Lol GL with the sale.
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    Is the ram I see included?
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    http://www.ibasetechnology.net/worldwidesales.html

    I suggest you try calling the Singapore office. I'm sure they would be happy to ship to Oz. Or they would certainly tell you where you COULD get one.

    IBASE Singapore
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    Tel: +65-6842-5112
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    daily bump, and yes the ram is included, 256mb of ddr if you want it
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    bump! buy this!
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    bump, want to buy some w/c gear for a winter project and this is still just sitting in the basement

    also, i have a small size psu I could throw in, for $20 extra
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    Does this have onboard graphics?
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    Looks like it does. You can sort of see the blue VGA connector under the pink serial port in the second image.
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    This item is over-bumped. It isnt selling for one reason. WAY OVERPRICED. ascstinger, I know you spent a lot of money on these items new. But today, it has very little intrinsic value left. You can buy similar or better solutions NEW at a lower price today. I suggest writing it off and attempting a sensible price, similar to what these things go on ebay for. $30for the CPU, $30 for the mainboard, total $60.

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