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Sell a stylish and fanless HTPC consisting of:
* black solid Steacom FC5WS Evo aluminum case
* Motherboard: Intel DQ77KB
* 2x Gb-LAN connections: Intel(R) 82574L and 82579LM
* Intel Core_i5-3570T CPU
* 16 GB working memory
* 64 GB Crucial CT064M4SSD3 mSATA-SSD
* DVD drive: TEAC DV-W28SS-W
* (2x2) Dualband Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0: Intel(R) Centrino(R) Advanced-N 6235
* 2x 19V power supplies: Original DELL PA-4E, Slim 19.5V 6.7A power supply
* Addition: Pentium G630T + 8Gb memory
* org. invoices, if available

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New price of the used parts approx. 1000 EUR

250.- EUR plus postage insured DHL shipping within EU (& GB)

And as always:
Private sale, warranty and exchange excluded.

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Worizit?

What is a HTPC?

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Home Theater PC. So a PC to deliver audio or video data. In my case a silent PC without any fan. And no usual PC case, but something more pleasing.

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Does it have a Windows license then, which version is it? Is there a limit on the SSD size you can upgrade to? I'm wanting a machine to rip, store and stream from.

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Sorry, no windows license. But it shouldn't be a problem to get a cheapish Win7 license and then upgrade to Win10.

The mSATA-SSD is 64 Gb, enough for a Windows or Linux installation.  The media files I would store on a extra HDD / SSD.

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I'm not fussed about Windows, have been using Vortexbox which is Linux based I just thought calling something a PC implied it was Windows based but I'm no expert in this area. What OS will it be shipped with?

Edit: looking at the pics is this all assembled ready to go some of the bits seem to be in their boxes still? The disc drive doesn't seem to be mounted on the slot in the case. Also does it have sockets for the power supplies, USB outputs, HDMI etc? Are there two PSUs to separate the processing and audio circuits or something? Also why does it need both an i5 and a Pentium processor?

Perhaps a more detailed description of what the buyer will get and if it's plug and play ready would help. Or perhaps this is for someone with technical skills to finish.

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The m-SSD should be empty.

I stated the HTPC with the Pentium and them upgraded to the i5.
To run the HTPC you need just one PS. The second is spare.
I think for shipping: The more separately packed and not installed, the less can be broken during shipping.
Im my experiance todays Hardware is alway Plug'n Play and easy to install. Also mostly self-explanatory.

If you are interested in mainboard details, perhaps you take a look into this pdf:
https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/motherboards/desktop/dq77kb/dq77kb_techprodspec08.pdf

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I would like to have completed the sale this year. At a fair price! Otherwise this silence HTPC goes into the garbage.
So I am open for reasonable (and not insulting) offers.

Thank you.

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My offer was " insured DHL shipping within EU (& GB) "

So we are talking about "free shipping"

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This should run well as a Roon core. I would be surprised if you couldn’t load ROCK on it too. 

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3 hours ago, fred sonnen said:

My offer was " insured DHL shipping within EU (& GB) "

So we are talking about "free shipping"

Understood, but it's not free to you...so if you are able to share what shipping will cost you, it gives readers the opportunity to put a price forward specifically for the equipment.

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