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[FS] Mini-ITX Mobo + Pico Power Supply
Intel D525MW Desktop Box, a motherboard with integrated CPU & GPU. Comes with PicoPSU 80W power supply.
Originally costed about $220 collectively early this year ($140 mobo, $80 PSU, and about $10 for a PicoPSU P4 CPU cable).
Barely used, as new. Working perfectly before being disassembled and stored a few months a go, and in perfect condition.
Pickup Christchurch city center, or $10 shipping to anywhere in NZ. Payment as bank deposit preferably.
Asking price: $160
Mini-ITX form factor
Intel Atom 1.80GHz CPU (D525)
Intel NM10 Express Chipset
Intel GMA 3150
Supports up to 4GB RAM (2x DDR-3 SO-DIMM)
x2 SATA connectors
PicoPSU 80W (requires 12 V 5A) + additional P4 Cable (powers the CPU)
Mobo had 3 years warranty on purchase, will still have 2 years warranty.
Please check Intel site for full specification.
What you get
Comes with original packaging; two SATA connectors, driver CD, original box and anti-static bag, back panel cover, stickers. Basically as new.
Additionally, it comes with a power supply. It is a tiny PicoPSU 80W (requires 12 V 5A) and P4 cable.
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