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Cheapest Motherboard+CPU+Fan Deal?

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I need to replace a motherboard, cpu (and fan) for a shuttle style PC. I have everything there (RAM, HDD, DVD, etc.) so I just need a cheap as possible replacement. Checked ebay, aria, ebuyer, etc.b… Read More
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6y, 4w agoPosted 6 years, 4 weeks ago
I need to replace a motherboard, cpu (and fan) for a shuttle style PC. I have everything there (RAM, HDD, DVD, etc.) so I just need a cheap as possible replacement. Checked ebay, aria, ebuyer, etc.but just wondering if anyone knows of anything cheap going.

Special Requirements:
- Needs to be micro ATX
- Needs to support DDR2
- Would prefer a socket AM2 (see below)

The original CPU was an AMD Sepmpron 3400+ socket AM2 but I bent some of the pins and theres no guarantee I can sort it out.

Would appreciate any information, tips, etc.
shuwaz Avatar
6y, 4w agoPosted 6 years, 4 weeks ago
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Is it definately u-ATX you need? Most Shuttles used a flex-ATX (narrower and longer)...

Either way, might be worth considering moving to a DDR-3 system, depends on your budget (you might be able to sell your current DDR2?)


Edited By: jah128 on Mar 27, 2011 23:47
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http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/product.aspx?code=MBB-MCP6PBM2&af=50

Seems to be a few at eBuyer also.

As Jah said above, if you can consider upgrading: AMD Hudson (integrated graphics and processor) M-ATX boards are now available, with USB 3.0 and Sata 6Gbps for about £100. Low power, quiet etc, just need to get some DDR3 memory which is pretty cheap at the moment.

Edited By: PhearFactor on Mar 27, 2011 23:52
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jah128
Is it definately u-ATX you need? Most Shuttles used a flex-ATX (narrower and longer)...

Either way, might be worth considering moving to a DDR-3 system, depends on your budget (you might be able to sell your current DDR2?)



Its not a shuttle brand. It just a shuttle-style PC. The connectors from the power supply are all the normal type (I checked the power supply connections with another PC).

Budget is very, very low.


Edited By: shuwaz on Mar 27, 2011 23:53
#4
Ebuyer This and This. Not the fastest out there but is faster than you have and cheap. There is a possibility of unlocking the cpu and/or overclocking it. Also you can use your DDR2 now and change to DDR3 in the future. Not bad for £55.36
#5
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Ebuyer This and This. Not the fastest out there but is faster than you have and cheap. There is a possibility of unlocking the cpu and/or overclocking it. Also you can use your DDR2 now and change to DDR3 in the future. Not bad for £55.36


Hmmm.. not bad.
#6
Can anyone beat GAVINLEWISHUKD's price of £55.36?

Remember, its just the cheapest mobo + cpu deal (inc. delivery).

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