Gigabyte Launch Another ITX Case

"Gigabyte have launched an ITX case. Or is it a montior stand? It's both!"

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Gigabyte's ITX case and monitor stand
Gigabyte ITX case with monitor mountGigabyte have launched a new ITX case, nothing major you may think. You'd probably be right, but this one has a monitor mount built in, allowing you to mount a panel between 19 and 23 inches to it, aslong as it has standard 10cm or 7.5cm VESA mounting. The case features a standard 5.25" optical drive bay and 3.5" hard drive bay, meaning no special components are needed to make this solution work. There is a front IO plate featuring the usual dual USB 2.0 and audio ports. A rear 6cm provides the cooling for the components, which should be ample, but maybe a tad on the loud side. Power is provided by a built in 65w power supply.
The monitor mount has a lock and a tool less mounting design, allowing it to be a standalone case or when the mount is fitted, an all in one computer, with the added ability to move the monitor up and down. You'd expect this to be high priced too, but it's not. Expected to retail at around £50 once it hits shelves in the UK soon. For more information on the MIB T5140 and MIB T5142 then visit Gigabyte's website here.
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07-09-2009, 17:05:28

I'm in real need of money, so selling all the bits n bobs i have laying around.


5m USB Active Extension Cable £8 Delivered (i have 9 of these)

3m USB Extension Cable £4 Delivered (i have 12 of these)

Commell Mini-itx LV-676D £110 Delivered

    Comes with all the bits and bobs, see specs


EDIT: Lowered prices

07-09-2009, 17:36:48

just wondering, do you have too sell the OEM disc with a pieace of hardware? i thought it was illegal too do soo without some sort of pc bit

07-09-2009, 17:43:36


just wondering, do you have too sell the OEM disc with a pieace of hardware? i thought it was illegal too do soo without some sort of pc bit

Only applies to retailers / businessed afaik.

07-09-2009, 17:44:49

thanks peter, nathan ill get back too you about the disc tommorow mate :)

07-09-2009, 17:50:22

I think tom and ham came to the agreement that you were not allowed to sell oem software here!

unless it came with the original hardware!

07-09-2009, 17:56:55

Right due to rules being tight with MS and it can only really be sold if its not been registered. To stop any confusion we have decided to say OEM discs can not be sold at all here, sorry peeps.

08-09-2009, 03:15:54

can i throw a usb extension lead in with it? :p

Also nice if you could speak to the seller before taking it out. You also need to put it in the rules section. mind you i did only have a bloke look.

12-09-2009, 04:13:07

lowered prices

21-09-2009, 12:50:42

Interested in 2 3metre usb extensions dude...Paypal or BT?

PM me details...

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