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FOR SALE Anyone Want A Pc In Their Van? Great Little Pc For Sale

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by Wissel, Jun 22, 2015.

  1. Wissel

    Wissel Read Only Funster

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    Hi all, I have a fantastic little PC for sale, built for use in a motorhome or the home.

    A very small, almost silent, very fast PC that's designed to work in a car or the home.

    In a car it will run on any voltage between 6-32v (and was designed to draw minimum power whilst delivering fantastic performance). In the home it takes up no space and can even be mounted behind a monitor with the included bracket.

    Either way this machine works brilliantly. I used this in my motorhome with a USB TV dongle to create a media system and also to edit photographs with Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom.

    Here is the Complete Spec:

    Processor: Intel Haswell i5 4690T - £175 Current Price
    Motherboard: Asus Z97I - Plus - £119 Current Price
    Ram:Corsair Vengance 2x4GB (8GB) - £45 Current Price
    SSD: Crucial 240GB M.2 - £90 Current Price
    Hard Drive: Western Digital Cavier Black 750GB - £50 Current Price
    Case: Antec ISK-110 - £64 Current Price
    Power Supply: Pico M2-MTX-HV 140w - £62 Current Price
    Cooling: Noctua NH-L9i - £32 Current Price
    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 - £77 Current Price

    Total current price - £714.00

    Also Included is a Power Brick for Mains Use - £40 Current Price
    (not needed when used in car etc, just when on 240v in home)

    This little system was meticulously built to the highest standards with the best possible components for the job. All of the parts are current. I only built this earlier this year and original receipts will be included for guarantee purposes.

    Before shipping I'll re-load Windows 7 as a fresh install. I'm also happy to fully optimise Windows for speed (this makes a big difference to performance if you know what you're doing) and install anti virus software if needed.

    I'd like £600 including delivery via Royal Mail Special Delivery.

    I'll add pictures later to this thread and any questions please ask.

    Thanks, David
     
  2. Wissel

    Wissel Read Only Funster

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    Pictures as promised:

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    I've added feet to the bottom (removable) but it also has a stand to sit upright:

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    Or, as mentioned, it has a VESA bracket so can attach to the back of a TV/Monitor:

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    (shown with 240v power supply)

    As I said it's small:

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    And well assembled:

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    And also has lots of ports:

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    And as said earlier, it's fast. The M.2 SSD is much faster than a normal SSD.

    It also has a WiFi card that's now currently installed but is included.

    Obviously perfect for a motorhome as runs off a battery with zero issues, but equally great as a home PC if space is premium. Just attach it to the back of your monitor and add wireless keyboard and mouse.

    Or, the ultimate smart TV? Add a TV card and attach to the VESA mount on the back of a TV for very smart TV.

    Any questions please ask and thanks for looking,
    David.
     
  3. Gromett

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    Nice kit with quality parts(y). I built a similar system but had to build it in a rackmount case so I could fit 5 hard disks :rolleyes:.
     
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    It looks fantastic (sold with or without a monitor?) and for a professional computer user who earns money on one, it is probably a really great deal, but to be honest, for me it is a tad over powerful...

    ...and for that outlay I would want it to drive my van as well as clean it.

    JJ :cool:
     
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  5. scotjimland

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    you already have one called a princess ..;)

    back on track
    yes, it is a nice bit of kit and would have been interested had I not only recently bought a Macbook Pro for travelling ..

    should sell easy.. (y)
     
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    Jim are you suggesting princess is anice bit of kit ? But she is lovely :ROFLMAO:
     
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    You may say so, I couldn't possibly comment :LOL:
     
  8. Wissel

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    Cheers Gromett, yeah it's a great little system. Not sure I have the room for a rackmount in my little van :)

    Doesn't come with a monitor I'm afraid, although I have one kicking around if someone needed one.

    Cheers Jim, hope so ;)
     
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  9. Gromett

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    My van is smaller than yours :p
     
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    Mmm very nice spec and build (y) very tempted, but having just spent 3 weeks and still holidaying in France, funds aren't at there highest so I'd better refrain sorry :(
     
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  11. Wissel

    Wissel Read Only Funster

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    Really? What van do you have now?

    Go on, treat yourself (y)
     
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    Fiat Ducato panel van. 03 model. Yours looks like the newer model which if memory serves has an extra 6" (ooo err missus)
     
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  13. Wissel

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    Bump and open to offers :)
     
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    Q. Will it run graphic hungry Garmin "Basecamp" mapping software?

    John T
     
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    Hi John,

    It should run it with ease (it runs graphics intensive games without issue) and a quick search suggests it will be more than adequate. If your interested, and your prime reason is to use this software, I'll happily download it later onto the machine and try it?

    Cheers, David
     
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    Sent you a pm :)
     
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  17. Wissel

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    PM replied to John.
     
  18. Wissel

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    I'm going to drop the price of this PC to £500 for a quick sale.

    This is a very high spec PC that can be mounted behind a monitor for a nice clean, no wires everywhere, home PC AND it can run in a motorhome and plug into any screen with an HDMI socket.

    Grab a bargain.
     
  19. Wissel

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    Sold. Thanks all.
     
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