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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by KBD, May 26, 2008.

  1. KBD New Member

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    I'm selling my old AMD Socket A computer. I owned this system for about 4,5 years now. It was used for 3,5 years and was sitting in a closet for the past year since i had no use for it after i built the PC in my specs. I didn't assemble it, i bought it of someone i know and that person actually built it. But i made many additions to it since. I was going to sell it a relative a year ago, I even upgraded the RAM to 1GB which cost me almost a $100 but the deal fell through and they went with different PC. It is not a gaming rig to play today's hottest games, even though it has a DX 9.0c PCI video card, but i did play older games on it before. It would be perfect for a kid to do homework, surf the web, some light gaming, etc.

    The system & components are in perfect working order, system & mobo specs are below. The cost of the complete system is $225, i'm willing to negotiate on that or may consider a trade. The video card and RAM alone are worth $200 but i don't want to drive a hard bargain. If you think that the price is unfair do let me know. The cost of shipping is $20, I will ship with insurance & tracking which i'll cover out my pocket. It will be shipped in a well-packaged cardboard box with plenty of packing material to prevent transit damage. System will also be thoroughly cleaned prior to shipping. Hard drive will be formatted, no OS included since used a bootleg CD, which i no longer have. Motherboard comes w/ manual & driver disc. Video card comes w/ quick install guide & driver disc. That's it.

    Don't hesitate to contact if you have questions, want more pics and so on. I realize i don't have any Heatware evals yet, but i'm a seller at Amazon marketplace with 100% positive feedback. Here's a link to my Amazon feedback:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/selle...eSeller=1&seller=A1K45WMALDB33X&tag=tec06d-20

    You can contact me at Amazon to verify if you wish.

    Heatware: http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=62389

    SYSTEM SPECS

    CPU: AMD Duron Morgan 1.3GHz (Never been overclocked)
    HSF: Unknown, possibly stock AMD.
    Mobo: XFX 361BS - Mach4 VIA KLE133 SDR Socket A MATX board
    RAM: 2x 512MB of Kingston Value PC 133 RAM, model#KVR133X64C3/512
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820153101
    Video Card: Visiontek Radeon X1300 256 MB PCI Video Card
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814129069
    Hard Drive: 20 GB IBM Deskstar ATA 100 Hard Drive, model#IC35L020AV
    Optical Dr 1: Lite On DVD Burner IDE, model#LH-20A1H-184
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827106054
    Optical Dr 2: Philips CD R/RW (2x/2x/24x) CD Burner. Don't know model number.
    Floppy: Floppy Drive, Unknown manufacturer & Model number.
    Network Adapter: SMC EZ Card 10/100 PCI
    PSU: Powmax 300W Max, model#LP-7700C
    Fans: 1 Vantec Tornado 80mm exhaust, model#TD8038H (Very loud, 55dba)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999612
    Case: Mid-Tower, Unknown manufacturer, approx 8" W x 16" H x 18" L. 3 80mm fan mounts, 2 intake, 1 exhaust.

    MOBO SPECS

    Can be found here:
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicat...450-2005.jpg&kb=y&sourceid=4363&sku=P450-2005

    I must mention that it has onboard audio & video.

    PICTURES

    System:
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5372.jpg
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5373.jpg
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5374.jpg
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5375.jpg
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5376.jpg

    Driver disks & manuals:
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5371.jpg
    http://www.techpowerup.org/uploaded.php?file=080526/DSCN5370.jpg

    I would like to sell this system as whole. Don't ask me to sell components piecemeal until everyone had a chance to consider buying it.

    EDIT: I accept Paypal, and money orders from US bank or Post office. Canadian buyers Paypal ONLY.

    Shipping is $20 (w/ free tracking & insurance) for 48 Continental States. For shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada PM me and i'll find out how much it will cost.
     
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    Will accept a trade for a working Socket 775 mobo based on P35/G31/G33/G35/750i chipset & possibly plus some cash.

    Price lowered to $190.
     
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    Price lowered to $160. Still accepting trades for a 775 board.
     
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    final price drop to $130.
     
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    replied to your PM Tomcat, thnx for your interest.
     
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    How much for the X1300 PCI? (not to much I hope :D)
     
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    Well, if no one buys the PC by tomorrow ( i got 1 person interested), i'll sell it for $60 + $5 to ship, i paid $110 for it almost 2 years ago, newegg price is $130.


    By the way, cost of PC without X1300 PCI card is $100, $130 with.
     
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    Yes, I am still interested in the card then.;)
     
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    how much for the CPU?
     
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    Well, the card is yours then, the buyer decided not to get the whole PC. PM me if you want to get this rolling.


    @ p_o_s_pc, i have no idea how much the CPU is worth, so make me an offer. I much rather sell it as a combo CPU/mobo/fan. But if you must have the CPU alone i'll do it.
     
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    give me a price for the mobo CPU and fan... i am considering what to do ATM...
     
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    how about $35 plus $5 to ship? I will also include all the cables that are still in the PC and connected to mobo, IDE, floppy, etc. Will ship in anti-static bag in well packed cardboard box.

    PS i'll trhow in free insurance & tracking.
     
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    thats a good price. If i got that route i will hit you up. but like i have said i am not sure what i am want to do yet.
     
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    ok, take your time, it prolly still be here.
     
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    Now selling PC components:

    CPU/mobo/HSF combo $35 + $7 shipping; Will include all mobo cables & ship in antistatic bag.

    RAM: 1x 512 MB stick $40 shipped, buy 2 sticks for $70 shipped. Almost new. Shipped in antistatic bag.

    Hard Drive: $10 + $5 shipping, shipped in anti-static bag.

    Optical Drive 1: Lite On $23 + $5 shipping. Drive almost new w/ Lightscribe.

    Optical Drive 2: Philips $10 + $5 shipping.

    Floppy: $3 + $5 Shipping.

    Newtwork Adapter: $2 + $5 shipping. Shipped in antistatic bag.

    PSU: $5 + $10 shipping

    Case Fan: $9 + $4 shipping, its almost new.

    Case: $10 + $15 shipping.

    All items shipped in well packaged cardboard box, sensitive stuff will also be in anti-static bags as mentioned above. All items available for local pickup in NYC area, no shipping charge in that case.

    Edit 2: I'm also looking for trades socket 775 mobo.
     
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    bump. component prices are negotible of course.
     
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