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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 240915 2-Oct-2018 13:35
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Hi guys,

 

I have a motherboard that needs a new home. It came out of a Dell Optiplex 9020 that I bought for the CPU/RAM. It worked completely fine at last use.

 

The board is not standard, AFAIK it will mount in a case absolutely fine. I have an adapter to use a regular power supply for it which is included (a friend was going to take it but it turns out it wasn't a board fault in his case).

 

CPU pins look OK (I don't have a cover for these), has the CPU fan, speaker and power button cable too. I no longer have the case for the machine unfortunately.

 

The machine had an i7-4770 in it before. I don't exactly have any sort of packing material for this hence preferred pick up.

 

Anyway, it is completely free, but pick up only from Eden Terrace, Auckland during business hours.

 

Cheers

 





 


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2100316 2-Oct-2018 19:49
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Dont need this one .. but if anyone is interested I built a gaming rig for a mate using this same board with the adaptor and its relly solid. 

 

This post came in handy;

 

https://www.dell.com/community/Desktops-General-Read-Only/Upgrading-GPU-and-PSU-for-Optiplex-9020-baffled-by-8-pin/m-p/4434919

 

 

 

If you want ot connect the correct case front power button etc then its possible to simply attach the pins but I can't find the post that helped me with that now cry




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  Reply # 2100476 3-Oct-2018 09:30
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Awesome! Yes I saw that post - still seems like a worthy board for someone.





 


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