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Re: [vox-tech] Mobo Question



well the only thing i don't know is what the different cases look like and
what mobo's can fit into em and stuff like that.  I really want to build my
own computer and the only thing i don't know already is mobo and cases.
This would just be to have a computer in my room again (the last one decided
to die on me...stupid ibm aptivas)

-Gage
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Jay Salzman" <p@dirac.org>
To: <vox-tech@franz.mother.com>
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 9:28 PM
Subject: Re: [vox-tech] Mobo Question


> begin: Gage_006 <fan49@softcom.net> quote
> > Okay, i got some questions with motherboards and cases.  I really need
to
> > know like everything, like different types of motherboards and cases,
what's
> > the diff, how they connect, etc.,
>
> you've got alot of reading ahead of you.  this is absolutely not something
> anybody could ever possibly answer in an email.  it took me about a month
> to familiarize myself with AMD CPU's, technology and mobos.
>
> the best anyone can do is to give you loads of URL's to read.  foo gave me
> slota.com which was very good.  anandtech and tom's hardware were also
very
> good, but sometimes give too much info without covering the basics.  i
kept
> reading about "south bridge" for the longest time before finding an
article
> that described what a "south bridge" was.
>
> i also seached for "pc tutorial" on google. there's alot of good
> non-intelligence insulting tutorials.
>
> if you have *specific* questions, we might be able to help better.
> > Also if anybody knows where to get a
> > really cheap computer (like 100$ or less, at 166mhz or more) i'd really
> > appreciate it.  Thanks for the help, bye.
>
> is this for a firewall?   there's a 486 selling for 4.95.  the auction
ends
> in 4 minutes.
>
http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?MfcISAPICommand=GetResult&ht=1&Sort
Property=MetaEndSort&query=486
>
> looking through ebay, they seem to have pentium I mobo/cpu for about $20,
> pentium II mobo/cpu for about $50.  i'm even seeing a PIII mobo+550MHz cpu
> for $90 (that's a great price!).  that auction for that ends in 11
minutes,
> so it can't go up too much.  i did a search on "pentium".
>
> i'd say for "cheap" ebay is a good bet!  :-)
>
> good luck!
>
> pete
>
>
> > -Gage
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