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barebone system

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1d, 11m agoPosted 1 decade, 11 months ago
Can anyone tell me what a barebone system is, i've seen them on the aria web page but dont have a clue what they are.
thanks,
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1d, 11m agoPosted 1 decade, 11 months ago
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#1
I have a barebone system and it has got a tiny motherboad and looks like this:
http://www.megashop.ch/shop/pic/16825.gif
It was very difficult to put the processor and other components in as it is very small however its really practical it comes with a backpack and you can take it anywhere
#2
so it's not a base unit of some kind,

wanting a base unit that will not go online but hold The Sims for daughter,
thanks
#3
aren't barebones systems just the basics of a computer, like it wont have memory, cpu or such, it'll just be the case + motherboard and a few other bits

i.e. , the "barebones" of a computer
#4
Don't buy from Aria!!

You'll be okay if you actually get what you want. But if you receive something faulty it'll be a [email protected] to get customer services to do anything about it! I've recently experienced this myself and if you do a quick search on google using 'aria customer service' you'll find I'm not the only one! I wish I'd searched around beforehand because I wouldn't have purchased from a company with County Court Judgements against them!!
#5
Barebones systems are just a base unit with minimal components

Take a look at these from Novatech For a better idea of barebones bundles.
#6
Typically barebones are nothing more than case with motherboard. In many cases, motherboard is custom; some have CPU onboard (sometimes even soldered), memory and optical drive. Sort of halfway assembled Lego :)
#7
cheers for all the info guys
x

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