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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Ripper3, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. Ripper3

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    One item left at the moment, will probably add more later though.

    - Creative X-Fi XtremeMusic (2005/06 version, with heatsink on chip). £15
    This is the only item that will be shipped without an original box and additional items, as it was purchased OEM.

    I will include shipping via First Class Signed For within the UK.
    Anyone outside the UK, it gets a bit costly, some help with shipping would be nice, will be negotiated.

    Paypal payment is preferred
    My heatware is Ripp3r
    Not used it much before, just once, to leave feedback for someone.

    Images uploaded to flickr, link to gallery:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/17878802@N00/sets/72157620915593320/
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2009
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    Interested in the HD (80GB) and DVD-Drive.

    Is the PSU Modular?
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    No, it's a non-modular PSU. A few more details about it for anyone not able to find it:
    430W, dual-rail I believe. As mentioned, not modular.
    20+4 pin ATX connector
    4 pin motherboard power connector (still works with most if not all 8-pin motherboard connectors).
    4 ATX molex connectors.
    4 SATA power connectors.
    1 Floppy power connector.
    1 PCI-E connector.

    I'll check over the HDD, and give a price for that and the DVD drive.

    Btw, how's the g'card?
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    Very good thanks. Works a charm.

    Really need a Modular PSU, Small HD (GB Wise) and DVD-RW for an upcoming project ;)
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    Ripper i'll take the CPU mate and the PSU
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    CPU and HSF sold to Kovoet, ta very much.
    Interest in PSU, 80GB HDD and DVD±RW drive.

    Bump!
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    I believe it's me that's interested in that CD/DVD and HD !

    Bump for youuuuu.
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    Certainly is, but I figured I would show that there's interest, the thread is getting a little stagnant.
    Wish I could sell this Cosmos, it's fantastic, but it's not in use any more...
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    If I had the money definitely would take it but will see at the end of the month and arrived today and awesome packaging.
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    Updated the first post.
    Thanks Kovoet, I do try on packaging :)

    So far, CPU and HSF, 80GB HDD, DVD±RW drive and GPU have all been sold off.
    Considering adding my G5 (1st Gen), Razer Lycosa, SpaceNavigator, Logitech Chillstream on here.
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    Got CD/DVD Drive and Hard-Drive today.

    Very religious packaging... lol. Everything was perfect and amazing condition.

    Highly recommended. Buy now!
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    Bumpity-bump
    It's been a while.
    Please someone buy something, or I'll get sad :(
    Will update first post in a bit me thinks.
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    Consider the Cosmos sold.
    I'll miss you :'(
    Bump
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    may know someone after the RAM, free bump. Will let you know :)
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    nice psu i dont need it but its efficient and has 2x 19A rails, very good on the pennies ive heard

    its cheap too £20 is a steal for a brand PSU for a backup or a not so demanding pc, would work well in a "green" pc
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    Damn im interested in that PSU. Can you get me a better picture or two, High res aswell :D
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    Hi mate do you still have those rams ? I would be interested...
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    Thanks Kieran, it's quite an efficient PSU indeed, definitely enough for a relatively powerful system, especially as power requirements for mid-range stuff is pretty low.

    The RAM is still available, yes.

    Check the Flickr link above again, there are higher-res, slightly better taken photos of the remaining parts. Couldn't quite capture just how nice a reflective finish the PSU has.
    I realise the date on the paper isn't today's date, I was just lazy is all.
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    Great. YGPM.:toast:
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    Consider the RAM and motherboard sold!
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    I would love to buy your G5 off you if you put it up for sale!
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    Just realised you system specs state you own a Cosmos S black... will, you are a lucky so-and-so.
    Most of my parts have been sold off, just the Creative X-Fi still up. I know people hate Creative now, so I might just stick it in my Dad's PC instead of selling it.

    I think I will post my input devices up later.
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    Heh, it's not actually a 'Black Edition' Cosmos S or whatever (I think that was only the original Cosmos), I just sprayed it all black... it does look very nice though!
    I may be interested in the X-Fi, maybe I'll buy it with your G5 if you put it up to save on postage... Or I can offer you a cheeky £12 for it now!
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    Hah! I'm not a fantastic salesman. I'll take some pictures, and post them up later.
    Mind it's the 1st Gen G5.

    You're right, it was the original Cosmos that was the black edition. I wonder who bought one, they were expensive...
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    Yeah they were ridiculously expensive (like £500 or something :eek:), although yesterday I saw a deal on the US coolermaster store for a black edition (without PSU) for about $200 which is a bit of a bargain!
    1st gen is fine, I think I actually prefer my 1st gen to my brothers 2nd gen for some reason...

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