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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by _JP_, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. _JP_

    _JP_

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    _JP_'s hardware sales [56k Warning!]

    ~~~~~~~~~~Welcome!~~~~~~~~~~


    Because this is my first sale, I'm restricting the shipping zone to the EU.
    I think that shipping to anywhere else will kill the deal (If you still think it's worth it, PM me for info).


    Shipping: Prices listed here do not include shipping fees! PM me for information about the fees. Since I'm in Portugal, fees for Portugal and Spain will differ from the rest of the EU.
    I will try my best to find the lowest costing shipping service.
    Items will be shipped within two working days after payment is received.

    Negotiation of prices and quid pro quo: Prices are mostly solid, but can be negotiated within certain limits. Please take into account the type of hardware and its condition. If you buy more than one item, price reductions can be arranged, depending on the combo. I will not reply to lowballers. I am also not looking for trades, at the moment.

    Payment: Paypal. I will not accept other methods.

    My Heatware (0-0-0). (It is currently at 0-0-0 because this will be my first time selling anything online using this system)

    \_/\_/\_/ Items for sale \_/\_/\_/ ​


    ASRock 4coreDual-SATA2 R2.0 - 35€

    This board is in an excellent condition. Was used for 3 years, no overclocks done. Only two CPU swaps.
    It is flashed with PCTreiber's L2.20 modded BIOS, supporting 2x2GB DDRII RAM.
    The board will come with its original box and all accessories included, plus the printed manual from ASRock's website and an extra setup manual (the latter not pictured).

    [SALESPITCH] This thing is great for retro-builds!!! [/SALESPITCH] :p

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    PowerColor ATi Radeon 9200 SE 128MB DDR AGP 8x - 5€

    Oldie but a goodie. Was used for around 6 years. Never saw an overclock.
    Includes all accessories and original box.

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    Kingston ValueRAM 1GB DDRII PC2-5300 (667MHz) (low-profile) - 12€ each - 20€ both

    Was used for around a year and a half. No overclocks.
    Elpida chips.

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    Conceptronic C54RU V1 Wireless network USB adapter (802.11b/g) - 5€

    Used it with a computer that didn't had a NIC and wasn't close to an ethernet port. It has a Ralink (possibly RT2571) chip inside. Reception is about as good as any other USB adapter, but there are mods available online to improve that (I'm not responsible for the outcome, should you fail to be successful).
    The software package (Included in the CD) was a bit wonky to work with, at the time, on Windows XP. From what I could gather, the latest software package/driver version from Conceptronic supports up to Windows Vista (32/64). On Windows 7 (32/64), the standard WiFi configuration services/tools work fine and the adapter is plug-and-play.
    Not pictured is the manual that I am yet to find where I stored it. If I manage to find it, it will be sent with the item.
    During normal operation the adapter heats-up a bit, nothing to worry about.


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    »Thanks for looking!«
     
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    bump
     
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    Bump it up! :rockout:
     
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    pics are mazzive, just saying! and BUMP
     
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    Hmm...maybe I should add a 56k warning.
     
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    Or resize them to about 720p or so.

    Edit: bump
     
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    I really could use a board like that for some parts i have laying around, would still be a decent enough rig for majority of PC uses :eek:
     
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    I agree, but shipping it to where you are would double the cost (shipping prices alone) rendering the deal completely absurd.
     
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    Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand bump
     
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    It has a been a while since bump.
     

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