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[FS/FT]AIW 9700Pro, sound cards, hard drives, and other goodies

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by newtekie1, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. newtekie1

    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    It is a 9700Pro, it has been on watercooling for the past year and a half in my HTPC. It was used for very light gaming, mostly I used it for the TV input. It will come with all the cables. It runs great, but I lost the orignal heatsink for it, so you will have to put one on yourself. It ran a modest overclock to 9800Pro speeds most of its life, and the watercooling kept it cooler than running it on the stock cooler with stock speeds.

    $35 OBOSold

    I also have the following for sale or trade:

    2 Soundblaster Live PCI Sound Cards $15+Shipping
    2 Western Digital WD200 20GB IDE Hard Drives $15+Shipping
    2 Quatum Fireball lct 20GB IDE Hard Drives $10+Shipping
    1 AGP NVidia FX5200 128MB $10+Shipping
    2 Pentium 3 Socket 370 866/256/133/1.7v $10+Shipping
    1 Antec SmartPower 350w power supply, bad but still under warranty and I am too lazy to send it in $15+Shipping
    1 PCI 3Com 10/100 Ethernet Adaptor $5+Shipping
    2 128MB/8ECC Samsung RDRAM modules $15+Shipping
    1 Lexar 256MB Jumpdrive, broken keychain loop $15+Shipping
    2 Intel i486 SX Processors, don't work, but make a great paper weight or something to impress your friends with $Free+Shipping
    3 Kensington 3 Button Optical mice w/ scroll $7+Shipping
    3 Emachines Keyboards(very smooth key stroke, and very quiet,I love these keyboards) $10+Shipping or $15+Shipping for a Keyboard and one of the Kensington mice from above
    1 Linksys BEFSR41 wired router $10+Shipping
    Pretty much any cable you could want for a PC, just ask, $2 Shipped per cable

    Looking to buy or trade for:
    Gigabit Switch 4 or more ports

    All of these prices are per item. So the two Soundblaster cards are $15 each, if you want both it will be $30.
    Everything was pulled working from computers that worked unless stated otherwise.
    All reasonable offers will be considered, so if something is too pricey for your tastes just make me an offer.

    I'll be adding more stuff as time goes by. I'll also add a picture for the power supply if you want it, but I don't feel like digging it out of the box it is in. If you are looking for something PM me and I'll see if I have it in my pile o' parts.

    I prefer Payapl, but will accept money orders, cashiers checks, or personal checks. If you are paying with a personal check I won't ship until the check clears.

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    Hi Newtekie, I'm interested in the card for my parent's pc...and that fact that I stay in my bedroom back home sometimes and there's no TV in that room! Any chance you'd send to the UK or even accept a 9500 non-pro as part payment?
    Cheers.
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    Added some new stuff.
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    How much for post to Australia?
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    For what Josh :p?

    Just ask for the weights of certain items and go on www.usps.com for shipping (Ive found that USPS is a LOT cheaper than UPS)
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    What's the weight of one of the hard disks? How much have they been used? How old? Won't I need your address to find out how much postage will be?
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    The hard drives probably weight about 5 pounds, I don't really have a scale. The drives certainly aren't new, but I don't know exactly how old they are, they have probably been used pretty heavily and left running 24/7 all their life. If it helps they were pulled from Pentium III machines.
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    Na Josh you dont need an address, just country from and country to ;)
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    I wish more people in Australia sold stuff, It's much more simple. Is there anyone on the forums from Australia selling stuff?
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    There are only like 5-6 aussies on this forum :D

    Still, for smaller items, its worth getting from the states and using/selling :)

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