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VIA ARTiGO Builder Kit  - PCstats.com VIA ARTiGO Builder Kit
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“The ARTiGO Builder kit was designed to sell to enthusiasts, so that they can pop a PC into a drive bay, or an innovative case mod, or a robot, or what ever else may be conceived. The retail package consists of the chassis, VIA EPIA PX mainboard and a slew of cables and accessories. In this new guide we take a look at what you get in the ARTiGO Builder Kit and what you need to add. We then go on to provide ten steps, with photos, showing you how to build an ARTiGO Pico-ITX system. It's quick and pretty simple! ”
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