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    Name: DumHed (Andrew)
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    EPIA-800 Mini-ITX system with C3 800MHz CPU, 128MB PC100 SDRAM Memory, 8MB Onboard Video, Hitachi 15GB ATA33 Notebook Hard Drive, Onboard VIA Sound packaged in a hacked up Yamaha CD Burner casing, with a custom designed ATX simulator for an external 100W PSU and running Windows 98 SE. This machine is dubbed the 133780X. More information is available here.

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    EPIA M9000 933MHz C3 Mini-ITX system, 256MB PC2700 TwinMOS DDR Memory, 16MB Onboard Video, 200GB Seagate Hard Drive with 8MB Cache, AOpen 200Watt PSU, custom from USB / Firewire Panel in a hacked up mini case. Currently running Win2k as its a file server, soon to be running Linux.

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