On Fri, 2002-12-13 at 18:23, Simon Kenyon wrote:
> On Thursday 12 December 2002 19:41, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> > Quoting "Smith, Graham - Computing Technician"
> <Graham.Smith at it-tallaght.ie>:
> > > www.marx-computers.com have been mentioned a few times
> > > and are still worth a look. www.komplett.ie and www.pcp.ie
> > > are probably worthy of mention also....
> > Something really cool from realtimeltd.co.uk (trade only, so get an
> > account...)
> > Via EPIA 5000 + GA610 case for about 110 stg ex VAT
> > The board is a passively cooled (soldered on!) Via C3 533 with onboard NIC,
> > graphics, shite audio, 2 x IDE, -no floppy-, 1 x PCI slot, 2 x SDRAM
> > 100/133 slots. Just add memory and drives. Supposed to be linux
> > compatible out of the box....
>> a C3 needs a small fan
> if it has no fan then it is probably the Eden based motherboard
yeah.. it's the eden.. mine reports itself as a Samuel II though, which
is the same as the C3 750 on my desk.. so I'm lost as to what the
differences are (die shrink?)
Liam Bedford <lbedford at lbedford.org>
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