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Thread: Why does a PC need 12V?
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No I hadn't considered it since I did not know it existed.
Did not even know of an ITX format.
This is really sweet!!!  More expensive that I had planned on
but I might just bite.  I was going to use a board just
smaller than a Micro ATX (9" x 7" IIRC), that would support
a Celeron 300 and cost US$24.  But you're swaying me.

I'll have other things going in my case (like a EFI-engine
controller) so my case will be very custom.


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