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    ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case

    ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case for sale.

    At a glance:

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    1.6GHZ dual core E-350 processor with integrate graphics

    Antec ISK-100 micro atx case with 90 watt power supply.

    2GB DDR3 1333 RAM (board supports 1066, but 1333 is what I had lying around & 4GB works better)

    160GB Hard Drive that could cheaply be swapped for a 1TB offering if converting the machine for home theatre or home server use.

    This item is listed on ebay and is only delivered within the UK. Current bid stands at £21 with £10.30 for 1st class delivery.
    Last edited by Sef; March 30th, 2013 at 12:48 PM. Reason: changed font and size to default
    Problem solved? I probably just searched the web for it.

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    Re: ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case

    why would it have a 90 watt ps? my new home build is going to have a 500 watt ps.
    ~Gerrman~

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    Re: ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case

    At most the build uses 30 - 40 watts running on full load so that's less than the average light bulb even if you plug in two 1TB hard drives.

    Consider this:

    A phenom 2x4 965BE eats 100watts holding the OS up (an expensive light bulb)

    Start rendering video and we're chewing nearer 200watts @ 3.4GHZ

    Overclock it to 3.8 and you can add at least 50watts to that.

    Downclock it to 2.6 and you'll use a little less, but it's still a 90watt TDP and lets face it it's slower and cheaper than an I7

    Energy bills are important when you have to pay them.

    The consensus is that it's cheaper for a phenom 2 chewing 200 watts for a 5 minute render than a E-350 to do the same task over 25 minutes.

    An E-350 build will never get close to even 100watts so you estimate the maximum possible power usage of the potential build on full load and then add a bit for future upgrades so that's how I arrived at finding a 90watt ps for the E-350 build.
    Last edited by Sef; April 3rd, 2013 at 12:21 AM. Reason: Deleted flame language
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    Re: ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case

    i was just wondering because ive never seen a desktop at less than 250 watt, didnt realize it was a mini when i posted.
    ~Gerrman~

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    Re: ASRock E350M1 Mini-ITX Dual Core Motherboard With Antec ISK-100 Micro-ATX Case

    No worries bud. So many people ask me that question.

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