Help with all-in-one mobo please?

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Help with all-in-one mobo please?

Postby Rufinoman » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:32 am

Hello everyone!
A customer brought his dead all in one and I can't identify the mobo at all. I've concluded that it's dead having tested it with two different power adaptors.
Anyway, the brand is BANGHO which is unique to Argentina, assembled here and very likely a me-too clone product based on an HP, probably.
The model is A10 Lite e23 1718365p (rt) i7
The mobo doesn't have an ID other than P&Q CM-4 94V-0 and a Google search comes up with ancient stuff, whereas this is less than 2 years old.
Here's a link with images:
https://imgur.com/a/spFww
Any further info and I'd be happy to provide it.
Many thanks.
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Re: Help with all-in-one mobo please?

Postby Rufinoman » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:17 am

It's very possible that it's a Wibtek mobo as I've just seen one for sale in our local EBay equivalent, which was taken out of an AIO of the same brand (Bangho)
http://www.wibtek.com/en/motherboard
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Re: Help with all-in-one mobo please?

Postby Mr T » Fri Dec 15, 2017 6:36 am

What CPU is it? I have looked hard into this and it looks very similar (but not quite) a Wibtek TH61G-S U3.

Edit that, looks like this:

Wibtek th110-SA
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