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115562 - Interloper SC14
Condition: Refurbished . Warranty:30 days . $825.00



Interloper SC14

Pentium III Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots


Pentium III Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots inside view

Pentium III Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots

Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots

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Description / Details

Chassis Type

Mini-Tower case

Power Supply 230 Watts.
Color Black
Drive Bays External:
  • 2 x 5.25"
  • 1 x 3.5"
SBC features The SBC (single board computer) comes with:
  • LMB-371ZX SBC
  • On-board Video chipset: C&T69000
  • 1 x On-board 10/100 LAN (Ethernet). Chipset: Realtek RTL8139C
  • Pentium 3 celeron, 900 MHz CPU
  • 256 MB SDRAM memory
Expansion Slots Backplane with:
  • 8 ISA slots
  • 1 x ISA slot is used by the SBC
  • 2 x ISA slots can only use a half length card (6.75") as the CPU fan gets in the way.
  • 5 x ISA slots can use full length 13.5" ISA cards
Interfaces
  • 1 x RJ45 LAN port
  • 1 x VGA port
  • 2 x PS/2 port
  • 1 x AT Connection
  • 2 x USB
  • 1 x printer port
Storage
  • 80GB Seagate HD
  • CD-Rom
  • 3.5" floppy drive
Keyboard & Mouse

Not Included

Cooling 1 x 120mm + 1 Power Supply fan
Dimension (WxDxH) 7"(W) x 16.5"(D) x 13"(H)
Other features

Removable side cover for parts access

Material / construction

SECC / SGCC rustproof & galvanized JIS steel.

Operating System Windows 98 installed. You can install any operating system of your choice if you like.
Pentium III Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots black Pentium III Mini-Tower system with 8 ISA slots

Attention:

This unit has some peculiarities that you need to be aware of before ordering.

  1. It has Windows 98 installed.
  2. If you power it down and after a few minutes power it back on, it loses the Date/Time settings and will give you the checksum error. You will have to enter setup and enter the correct Date/Time. We replaced the CMOS battery but that did not help. Not a big issue if you intend to keep the system running all the time. If you shut it down every day, then every day you will have to either setup Date/Time or just ignore it and continue without the correct Date/Time.
  3. The CD-ROM drive ejects through the system, not using the external button. To eject, you go to My Computer, right click on the CD-ROM and select eject.
  4. You have to power off the system using the Power Switch in front. When you Power Off using the system command, it does try to shut down but does'nt seem to. Then when you power down using the switch, it powers down but upon reboot, it says Windows was not properly shut down so it will perform a system check. Again - not an issue but still we would like you to be aware of it.
     







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