barebones system

  jesta 22:38 21 May 04

hi,i am wonderin wot is the difference between barebones systems and a normal pc xcept from barebones is more portable? thank you

  Diodorus Siculus 23:01 21 May 04

Barebones: different meanings - usually only a mobo, processor and RAM in a case; onboard sound, onboard graphics and the rest you can add yourself.

  Diodorus Siculus 23:03 21 May 04

And sometimes it refers to a little PC - a small cube or similar shape...

  jesta 23:04 21 May 04

o right.ok thanks

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