Thats a great post Larsen - Thanks
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Matt Larsen - Lists wrote:
Here is an example:
Here is the list of parts.
*BIOSTAR M7VIZ Socket A (Socket 462) VIA KM400 Micro ATX AMD
Motherboard - Retail * * $46.49*
*AMD Sempron 2200+ Thoroughbred 333MHz FSB 256KB L2 Cache Socket A
Processor - Retail * *$78.99*
*Rosewill 256MB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 333 (PC 2700) System
Memory - Retail* *$24.30*
*PW-60A 100W 12V DC-DC ATX Converter
*Total Cost (minus DOM)
After you add miniPCI adapters, it is about the cost of a WAR board,
but with a lot more processing power.
Chadd Thompson wrote:
What boards are you getting that are cheaper than a war/routerboard?
looked for something like that in the past and always found it to be
expensive. I would be interested in something like that for sure.
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MiniATX form factor motherboard, with three PCI slots should have
CPU to do about anything you want, and you can get DC/DC power supplies
for them as well. I have a few WRAP boards we were using as backhauls
and the CPUs are now maxing out, so I'm going to put these units in.
Surprisingly enough, the computers with power supplies are quite a bit
cheaper than a WAR or Routerboard.
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