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smallest 1 ghz or higher pc

Postposted on Tue Nov 30, 2004 7:42 pm

i am looking to have someone oem me a pc and i need it as small as possible i dont need anything excep audio, video(VGA,S-VIDEO,RCA), usb, and i dont need cd drive or firewire i have a castronix pc c134 http://206.14.132.88/products/Travla/c134/C134.html and i like it but it cant handle mpegs that are encoded at high resolution. I have a digital content delivery software i use and i would like to find a new pc that is in sub $450.00 range.
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Postposted on Tue Nov 30, 2004 7:46 pm

Making one that small will probably be kinda rough, though a system that'll run what you need for under 450 is pretty simple
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Postposted on Tue Nov 30, 2004 7:55 pm

Have you looked into replacing the CPU? I'm guessing since it's an Epia board (from that link) that it's got a VIA C3, which isn't really enough for any MPEG viewing...but I also think you might have a standard Socket 370 that may be able to handle a Tualatin PIII, which would have a much better time with your video decoding.

Otherwise, I can highly recommend the Biostar ideq 210V, which has onboard video, sound, 100mbit LAN, and USB (and retails on Newegg for only $150) and an Athlon XP or Sempron (Socket A).
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