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I've had some computer parts sitting around for a little while, and decided to finally build them into a system. I ultimately decided I don't need yet another computer at home, so I'm offering it for sale. All the parts are either new or barely used when I assembled the system.

The system is a small-form-factor one and very quiet. The case is abut 12" by 12" by 5", and has one 5.25" bay (for optical drive), one 3.5" internal bay (for hard drive) and one 3.5" external bay (for a floppy drive/card reader, can also be used as a second hard drive bay). It also has four USB ports on the front, along with mic and headphone jacks, and the case can be used either horizontally or vertically (like a tower). The front bezel of the case has a scratch/scrape on one corner, but it's not terribly noticeable (see pic). The motherboard is an Intel D201GLY2, which is a Mini-ITX board with an integrated 1.2GHz 64-bit Celeron CPU. (Even though it's a Celeron, it's actually pretty speedy.) There's also 1GB of RAM in the machine, a 750GB Seagate SATA hard drive, and a Pioneer DVD-RW DL burner (very nice burner). I'll also include a Microsoft 802.11g PCI wireless card installed, but it will only work under Windows. The hard drive in the system is currently blank; I can install a version of Linux on it if desired, but if you want Windows on it you'll need to install it yourself (for licensing reasons).

This machine would work great as a small home server, MAME machine, torrent server, MP3 server, light-duty Web or e-mail server, or even a desktop for lightweight tasks. I originally intended it to be a home server, which is why it has a 750GB hard drive.

Here's a link to the specs for the motherboard:
http://www.intel.com/products/deskto...2-overview.htm

I'm asking $275 shipped OBO.

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Re: FS: Small-form-factor PC

OK, so I still have this and would like to get it a new home. I'm dropping the price to $200 shipped, but it won't include the wireless card, and the hard drive is now a Western Digital 250GB drive.


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Re: FS: Small-form-factor PC

but still with the 1gb ram right?
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[quote author=gustavo link=topic=128456.msg2911070#msg2911070 date=1233729487]
but still with the 1gb ram right?
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Right, it still has 1GB RAM. (The mini-ITX board in it only has one RAM slot, so there's a single 1GB stick in there.) It also still has the Pioneer DVD burner as well.


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I need a PC por my pizza place... I got the touchscreen monitor already, this PC would do the job... right?
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[quote author=gustavo link=topic=128456.msg2914394#msg2914394 date=1233851676]
I need a PC por my pizza place... I got the touchscreen monitor already, this PC would do the job... right?
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Most likely, depending on what you need for it to do. You won't really want to play games or anything on it, but for office use it would be just fine.


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yea, just for taking orders...

ill comment this to my partners..

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