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[FS][US] Soltek SL75FRN2-RL and Athlon Barton XP 3000

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Fiream, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. Fiream

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    *PENDING TRADE* Soltek SL75FRN2-RL and Athlon Barton XP 3000

    *PENDING TRADE*
    Trying to clear out some space because I can't move without knocking something over.
    Soltek SL-75FRN2-RL Ultra-400 mainboard and Athlon XP CPU. Board/CPU are working pull from an upgraded system.

    The CPU is an AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton 2.167GHz Socket A Processor Model AXDA3000DKV4D purchased from Newegg. It's a 333mhz buss chip but runs stable at 400. It's been running 2300 actual mhz since new. Can probably run higher but it was a shop machine so I didn't push it.

    System has been rock solid since it was built and was just recently upgraded. The Soltek is a great board and I believe it has the last released BIOS. Comes with manual, quick start guide, driver disc, and I/O shield.
    Looking for $50.00 shipped with DC.
    Thanks,
    Fiream29
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Holy crap batman!!!! That is a rock solid N2 board with one of the better overclocking Barton core chips!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Would be awesome for a fileserver, gameserver, Teamspeak server, or an office system!!!!

    Awesome buy...................I'll give this free bump man :toast:

    Hell if I didn't already have about 4 of these N2 systems, I would be all over this for the price :rockout::rockout::rockout:
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    i wish i had funds for this. great socket a setup
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    Thanks for the bumps guys. Surely somebody needs an nForce setup.
    fiream
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    Would you be interested in any trades?
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    Not right now, my shop is literally overflowing and every bench is full. If I take one more thing in without clearing something out I might not be able to get the door back open:). Thanks though.
    fiream
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    Cool, I can sure understand that problem :laugh:
    I too have way to much crap in my little computer shop, and really need to get things cleaned up!

    Well if it isn't taken in a couple of weeks, I may just snag this up for a spare office board!
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    Does anybody happen to have a DFI nF2 board or XP 3200+?

    To OP
    Would you part out?
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    this is a sweet mobo bump for a good seller and one hell of a mobo great buy for old school clocking fun or internet/torrent box
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    Would you be interested in selling the CPU separately? I could do with it for a Biostar Ideq 200N I have spare!
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    ygpm for the board yesterday, waiting for reply.
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    Thanks for the bumps guys. I really don't want to part the two as I know the pair is rock solid and I don't want to end up with an orphaned board or CPU.
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    Ya know, I don't blame ya man!!! When a combination works, its hard to part the two:toast:

    $50..........hmmmmm Ya never can tell, I might just pick this up soon if someone don't jump at this............KBD?
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    That board'll take any 462 chip so if you can't get them shifted as a pair I'll take the CPU if you're sick of looking at the sight of it ;)
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    i just need the board but he is only selling them as combo so my offer to buy was rejected.
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    What about if you take the combo and sell me the CPU then? :rockout:
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    Hey guys,
    Thanks for the bumps and interest but the combo is pending right now. I'm working a trade with a local who has a couple of unregistered copies of WinXP. I need those in the worst way.
    Thanks,
    Fiream

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