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Topic # 25931 7-Sep-2008 11:07
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Hey all, 

 

I've been trying to ource a DG45ID Intel board  the micro Atx variant of the DG45FC board. No luck so far with finding a NZ distributor (Pricespy, ferrit etc..) that will sell me less than 10Pk ie I only want one !!

So.. any ideas as to where you bought  your DG45ID board ??

Thanks Piers

 

 


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  Reply # 162738 7-Sep-2008 11:20
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Try putting BOXDG45ID into PricesSpy and see how you go.

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  Reply # 162789 7-Sep-2008 15:11
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You could also look at getting an Asus P5Q-EM, which is Asus's version of that same board. However they may be harder to find, I had to ask my PC shop to order one in for me and they weren't listed on pricespy.

-Matt

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 162793 7-Sep-2008 15:25
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or the Gigabyte equivalent GA-EG45M-DS2H which I got for mine.

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  Reply # 162926 7-Sep-2008 20:35
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I can get them from Ingram Micro as single units or in lots of 10.






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Reply # 162944 7-Sep-2008 22:00
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fantastic response and another option too!! with the Gigabyte..thanks to all that responded to this... now I got too many options ;-)

 

Piers


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