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[Canada Computers] TD: AMD A4-3400 APU (Socket FM1, Radeon HD 6410D) - $19.97 AR

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$20 AR is nice...

"Limit Two (2) rebate per qualifying rebate offer."
Cool, so they allow hoarding.
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why can't they put on a cheap socket 1155 intel? i don't have an AMD mobo :(
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Looking for a cheap mATX board with this. Why most of mATX board do not have the HDMI? I really want to build a HTPC!
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I did my research and it looks like the cheapest setup is, around $170.
I think Tigerdirect's bundle deals on midtowers are much better deal,
cause you get everything except HDD.
You get Quad-core CPU, 8GB Ram, Good Case with decent PS and more.
For this AMD to work properly as a mini pc,
you gotta buy APU, RAM, CASE (micro atx are expensive!) HDD, Motherboard.
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Aug 20, 2010
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Just realized this CPU doesn't include a fan.. Is it necessary and if so where can I get one?
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^ of course a fan is necessary

Don't worry they are not very expensive. If you are just using it as an htpc any $15-20 heatsink fan should be good enough. You can find one at any computer store

something as cheap as this should be good enough. Just make sure that the fan is quiet enough for your tastes if it is indeed being used as an htpc

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thetimebytime wrote:
Dec 12th, 2012 12:03 pm
I did my research and it looks like the cheapest setup is, around $170.
I think Tigerdirect's bundle deals on midtowers are much better deal,
cause you get everything except HDD.
You get Quad-core CPU, 8GB Ram, Good Case with decent PS and more.
For this AMD to work properly as a mini pc,
you gotta buy APU, RAM, CASE (micro atx are expensive!) HDD, Motherboard.
+1
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thetimebytime wrote:
Dec 12th, 2012 12:03 pm
I did my research and it looks like the cheapest setup is, around $170.
I think Tigerdirect's bundle deals on midtowers are much better deal,
cause you get everything except HDD.
You get Quad-core CPU, 8GB Ram, Good Case with decent PS and more.
For this AMD to work properly as a mini pc,
you gotta buy APU, RAM, CASE (micro atx are expensive!) HDD, Motherboard.
apu:40 -20 (has a fan, since this is the box version../ i think theres a mistake in the listing)
mobo:50 - 10
case+psu (matx): 40
ram 4gb: 18
= 148 -30 = 118 +hdd

also, you dont need micro atx cases for micro atx motherboards.. you can use any bigger size atx ones too.
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Passel wrote:
Dec 12th, 2012 2:16 pm
apu:40 -20 (has a fan, since this is the box version../ i think theres a mistake in the listing)
mobo:50 - 10
case+psu (matx): 40
ram 4gb: 18
= 148 -30 = 118 +hdd

also, you dont need micro atx cases for micro atx motherboards.. you can use any bigger size atx ones too.
Definitely a cheap build, considering you get all the MIR back
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AMD Sempron 145 is recommend for budget unRAID server build. How’s this A4-3400 compare to the AMD Sempron 145 2.8Ghz, and is this a better CPU than the Sempron 145 for unRAID? Thanks.
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Passel wrote:
Dec 12th, 2012 2:16 pm
apu:40 -20 (has a fan, since this is the box version../ i think theres a mistake in the listing)
mobo:50 - 10
case+psu (matx): 40
ram 4gb: 18
= 148 -30 = 118 +hdd

also, you dont need micro atx cases for micro atx motherboards.. you can use any bigger size atx ones too.
+1

You dont need to spend $170+
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