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[FS/FT] 12.1" Laptop, Mini ITX, M-Audio FW410, 19" LCD, 8800GT, 8600GTS, cooling, and more!

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by DaJMasta, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. DaJMasta

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    12.1" Laptop, Mini ITX, M-Audio FW410, Custom Chassis, SATA, PSU, MUCH MORE!

    I've decided that I will consolidate my relatively vast collection of computer bits to make myself more portable (will probably be moving come next fall) and because I can't continue to justify having so much when I can really only use one at a time. Hopefully, by the time all is said and done (the summer), I'll have a nice desktop and a netbook, and nothing else. I'm offering these to TPU and Rage3D now, and will continue with [h] then ebay. This thread will change as things are sold and more items are listed.


    All items are in working and good condition unless otherwise noted, I take care of my hardware. All prices are OBO. Shipping is FREE to the lower 48 states, shipping arrangements elsewhere can be made, local pickup will work if you can make it to College Park, Maryland, I have no car and cannot meet you to drop it off. If you have questions, feel free to ask.


    My trading terms:
    I have heatware under DaJMasta and ebay feedback under mdbssn.
    I will under no circumstances ship before payment.
    I prefer paypal, but other methods can be used if something is worked out.
    Shipping is free to the lower 48 states for any individual item, if you would like more than one, I can give you some sort of discount to offset the combined shipping price. Please contact me before the sale is finalized to work out shipping to other areas (I don't have a problem with it provided you can pay for it).
    Please allow an additional 24 hours for computer systems, this will give me time to wipe the drive, install a new OS, and make sure everything works properly.
    All prices are OBO, if you have a price that you think is fair I'd be happy to work with you.
    I will try my hardest to ship within 48 hours of receiving payment, I will let you know if something prevents me from meeting this deadline.
    I will package each item carefully for shipping and will insure items over the carrier's insurance limit.
    I prefer to ship via USPS priority mail, but can use other carriers if something is worked out.
    When your item has shipped, I will contact you with an image of the package that same day.


    Want to trade for:
    PCI Wireless N card (any draft)
    Mini-ITX motherboard with decent IGP (nVidia ION is ideal)
    1.8" SATA hard drive or ssd


    What I've got to offer:
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    Next few posts....
     
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  2. DaJMasta

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    VIA EPIA MII 10000 based Mini ITX Computer built into a DVD player chassis - $110
    A mini computer system based on the VIA EPIA MII10000 motherboard. This computer is built into a gutted DVD player chassis. I will ship the unit with either the Rage 128 or a Wireless G card and antenna and the original cardbus/compact flash daughter board that came with the motherboard.
    Basic Specs:
    VIA EPIA MII10000 motherboard with 1.0GHz C3 Processor
    512MB DDR1
    5GB 1.8 inch hard drive
    120W PicoPSU
    VIA Unichrome Integrated with TV-Out
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/dvdc1.jpg
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/dvdc2.jpg
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/dvdc3.jpg
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/dvdc4.jpg
    My webpage link (and more detailed specs): http://www.medpants.com/pages/Hardware.html and click on project computer
    Motherboard manufacturer's link: http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/mainboards/motherboards.jsp?motherboard_id=202


    Custom 3-System board server chassis : Included accessories : all wooden and fully configurable - $85
    - A project I started late last year to incorporate 3 MicroATX boards into one chassis and run as a server. Because of trouble getting the boards to play nicely with the given power configuration and lack of time and need for a server, it went by the wayside and I'm parting it out.
    - Holds: 3 MicroATX Motherboards, 1 standard ATX power supply, up to 6 hard drives, a power strip, and a network hub and KVM in the top with ventilation space
    - Patterned out standard MicroATX and MiniITX mounting bolts, included extra mounting hardware
    - All panels come off, every part is accessable and servicable
    - Hard drives and PSU mounts with string (not included) securely
    - 12"x12"x28", very small footprint, normal set of computer connections: Needs only one keyboard, mouse, monitor, network connection, and power connection to be fully functional
    - Does NOT come with internal components, it is being parted out
    - ATX splitter "power spine" may not function properly. I never got all three boards to boot off it properly, could be a problem with mismatching the boards, could be the way they power up, could be another problem. Other power distribution methods can work (like a PicoPSU for each board and something with a big 12V rail in the bottom), but I have not tested them.
    - Front panel power, hdd activity, reset, and power switches
    - Included useful cables and extra mounting hardware for anything you need to do with it
    - Included Netgear 10/100 4 port hub, Linksys KVM (uses hotkeys as well as pushbutton), required cables
    - Clearcoat sealant lightly applied, can be further finished or painted as you choose
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/serverfull.jpg - Everything included
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/serverassembled.jpg - Everything dry assembled
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/serverfullyassembled.jpg - Fully assembled (Does not include pictured systems or PSU or kbd/mouse)
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/servercoveron.jpg - Fully assembled and with the cover on (does not come with kbd/mouse)
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/servermounting.jpg - Partially assembled to show hardware mounting (does not come with system components)


    Custom Pyramid Computer chassis with Pentium system - $50
    - A project started many years ago with some spare parts to build a computer in a pyramid shaped chassis. Some elements (the front buttons) are not built up, the drives are not painted to match the system.
    - The components are a Pentium MMX 200MHz processor, 64MB of memory, 1GB hard drive, 16x DVD drive, 200W AT PSU, 2MB Video card, Sound card, 10/100 networking card
    - Requires AT keyboard and PS2 mouse, NO USB
    - Fully shielded case using wire mesh which is electrically connected to ground
    - Mounting for one 5.25" and one 3.5" external bay, also one small 3.5" internal bay
    - All components are working pulls and this system CAN and HAS functioned on it's own, I was unable to test recently because of the lack of an AT keyboard
    - See this page for more information on the project, the specifications, and a shot of it fully operational: http://medpants.com/pages/Projects.html (Click the first Pyramid Computer link)
    - Can be used with other internal components with some modifcation, this is not standardized to AT or ATX, but has a freeform internal setup which should accomodate most ATX or smaller boards, possibly with full height and length cards, but any PSU used must be the BOARD ONLY, does not have space for a properly housed PSU
    - Internal speaker and HDD activity light included, speakers included, VGA and mouse cables connect inside the case and come out of a slot in the rear
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/pyramidassembled.jpg - Fully assembled
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/pyramidback.jpg - Fully assembled from the rear
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/pyramidfull.jpg - With front and rear panels removed
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/pyramidopenback.jpg - From the back with the panel removed to show internals
    Additional information and older pictures: http://medpants.com/pages/Projects.html (Click the first Pyramid Computer link)


    MISC:

    Pinky and the Brain Volume 1 DVD - Sealed - $25
    Brand new DVD set, just the first volume. I got both volumes for christmas and a second copy of the first, so here's the one I certainly don't need. Still sealed in packaging.
    Pic:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/patbdvd.jpg


    Easton EA30 Seatpost : 31.6mm : 300mm length - $10
    Got this seatpost for my new build before I knew the measurement of the seatpost tube because it was inexpensive, was 1mm too big and I'm passing it along. It is new in box and was removed only to try to fit it in the seatpost tube, I didn't force it so there is no cosmetic or other damage to the part.
    - https://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/SE295A05-Easton Ea30 Seatpost.aspx
    Pic (lower box of the two):
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/postandheadset.jpg


    Cane Creek S-3 Headset : 1 1/8" threadless : Black - $27

    Got this headset for my new build before I found out that the frame came with the original FSA headset. After looking through the instructions included and examining the FSA headset, I decided not to install it. This is new in box with all original parts and spacers in pristine condition.
    - https://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/HS507A01-Cane Creek S-3 Headset.aspx
    Pic (upper box of the two):
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/postandheadset.jpg


    $15 iTunes gift card - Unused - $12
    An iTunes card I received as a gift some time ago, but without an iTunes account, I have no way to make use of it. As per my last iTunes card listing, I will send the winning bidder a photo of the back of the card including the scratched off security code. Once the code is received it will be disposed of properly. This way you get the code fast and I don't have to mail anything
    Pic:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/itunescard.jpg



    Averatec 3225HS 12.1 inch laptop with a custom paint job - to eBay

    Mavic 317 + Deore + DT Spokes 26" Wheelset - to eBay

    M-Audio Firewire 410 digital recording and playback unit - to eBay

    ASRock ALiveNF6P-VSTA Motherboard : Sempron LE-1100 : 1GB OCZ Platinum : Alpine 64 Cooler : *Number 2* - SOLD

    ASRock ALiveNF6P-VSTA Motherboard : Sempron LE-1100 : 1GB OCZ Platinum : Alpine 64 Cooler : *Number 1* - SOLD

    MSI K9A2GM V3 Motherboard : Athlon X2 BE-2400 : 2GB Corsair XMS2 : Alpine 64 Cooler - SOLD

    $25 Itunes gift card - Unused - SOLD
     
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  3. DaJMasta

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    Noname 4 port KVM (PS/2 and VGA) - $8
    Manual switching KVM made by a generic manufacturer. Works properly but I needed hotkey support, so I had to go with another model.
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/kvm1.jpg


    PCI Right angle bracket - $5
    Turns your PCI slot sideways, useful in 1U enclosures and SFF machines alike. Will cost $1 if ordered with something else.
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/pci1.jpg


    Compact Flash to 40 pin IDE adapter - $5
    Lets you use a CF II card or 1.8 inch ATA hard drive as a normal 3.5 inch IDE hard drive, requires a molex power connector to run.
    Pic:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/hda1.jpg




    4x512MB PC2-5300 Registered ECC DIMMs - SOLD

    Maxtor Diamondmax Plus 9 160GB SATA 3.5" SATA Hard drive with 16MB cache - SOLD

    Acer 19 inch LCD monitor - SOLD

    Maxtor Diamondmax Plus 10 160GB SATA 3.5" SATA Hard drive with 16MB cache - SOLD

    OCZ 600W SLI Ready StealthXStream Power Supply - SOLD

    Samsung Spinpoint SP1213C 120GB 3.5" SATA Hard drive with 8MB cache : *Number 1* - SOLD

    Samsung Spinpoint SP1213C 120GB 3.5" SATA Hard drive with 8MB cache : *Number 2* - SOLD

    Powercolor Theater 550 Pro PCI-Express 1x card with IR remote - SOLD

    Scythe Infinity Heatsink - TRADED

    Thermalright XP90 Heatsink - SOLD

    BenQ DVD RW drive (IDE) - SOLD

    BFG 8800GT OC (G92) 512MB PCI-E Graphics Card with DangerDen Maze4 waterblock and Swiftech ramsinks - SOLD

    Evga 8600GTS 256MB PCI-E Graphics Card with Zerotherm Cooler- SOLD

    Lian Li PC-60 Aluminum chassis - modded - SOLD

    Logisys 480W ATX Power Supply - SOLD

    Thermaltake Mid-Tower carrying harness - SOLD

    Lian Li 3.5 inch fan controller and temperature monitoring unit - SOLD
     
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  4. DaJMasta

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    Water Cooling:

    Fluid XP+ Ultra - Blood Red - $8
    2/3-3/4 full bottle, some used and drained. A very expensive coolant that I found to be a mediocre performer, but it has its advantages.
    -Completely non-toxic
    -Long shelf life
    -Lubricates the pump and prevents corrosion
    -Nonconductive
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/fxp1.jpg

    Laptop Parts:
    Leather 15.4 inch or smaller laptop bag - $35
    Can accommodate laptops from 12.1 to 15.4 inches. Includes pockets for accessories, software, and papers and has a carrying handle and shoulder strap. This feels well built but I almost never used it because it is larger than I wanted to carry to class in addition to a backpack.
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/lbc1.jpg
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/lbc2.jpg


    Cardbus PCMCIA Firewire 400 2 port card - $10

    Older style 32Bit cardbus connector with 2 firewire 400 ports. Works just fine.
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/fwcb1.jpg


    Intel Pro Wireless 2195 Wireless A/B/G Mini PCI card - $15
    An internal Mini-PCI card for your laptop, connects to internal WiFi antennae. Used for some time for better connection performance in the Averatec laptop.
    Pics:
    http://www.medpants.com/sale/wifi1.jpg


    Coolermaster Aquagate 1/4inch CPU Waterblock - SOLD

    Danger Den Black Ice Micro II 2x80mm Radiator - SOLD

    Athlon64 TDX CPU Waterblock - SOLD

    CoolerMaster Blue Thermal Conductivity Fluid - SOLD

    Danger Den Maze 5 GPU waterblock with 3/8" barbs - SOLD

    Thanks for looking!
     
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  5. BrooksyX

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    pm sent.
     
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    That is a very nifty little mini-ITX system there. I might know someone who was looking for something like that.
     
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    I'll take harness if you still have. PM sent
     
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    All those pretty pictures and not one with your name in it. Oh well, bump for you.
     
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    I can vouch for him. ;-)
     
  10. DaJMasta

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    I'm sorry about that, the thread started on the Rage3D forums which don't have the same rule.... since I'm not exactly psyched about redoing all the pictures, I'd be happy to take a proper one on request for anyone who want's that proof.


    All PMs replied to and thanks for the interest!

    Harness, radiator, coolermaster waterblock, and PSU pending.
     
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    Just lump all the stuff in the same room and hold up a piece of paper. :)
     
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    pm sent. :D
     
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    harness mine :D (money sent)
     
  14. DaJMasta

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    PSU and Harness sold, 8800GT (without waterblock), lian li case, and lian li front bay fan controller all pending.


    Thanks again for the interest, a great reception so far :)
     
  15. DaJMasta

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    The list is updated with the most recent stock, coming today is an IDE DVD burner with a black bezel, for everyone who has bought something, your packages are packed and will ship on monday.
     
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    Posted the DVD burner, sent out all 4 packages today (despite the snow storm), the buyers will be receiving PMs with pictures of your shipments in a few minutes.


    Let's move some more goods :)
     
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    Today's bump.
     
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    Man, I want that M-Audio FW410 sooo bad:p. Need a nicer unit to replace my Tascam. Bump for you:), wish I had some money or something to trade:eek:
     
  19. DaJMasta

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    Well at this rate it could be around until you can :laugh:

    I upgraded to a Fast Track Ultra, my netbook doesn't have a firewire port and I do most of my recording elsewhere, so I'm looking to find this one a good home.
     
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    If I get a job fast, it can have a nice home here:). Would be used for much demo/draft recording:D
     
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    Got harness Thanks
     
  22. DaJMasta

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    No problem, glad it all worked out.


    (today's bump)
     
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    A bump for yesterday, sort of.
     
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    A bump. Remember, if you're interested, it can't hurt to make an offer.
     
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    i understand theres a lot of stuff, but its a rule here that if you dont provide a picture of the item with your name written on a sheet of paper (or equivalent) the thread must be locked.

    start taking some pics!
     

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