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  1. Athlonite

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    Shiznit just about forgot to say I have a very nice little Gigabyte nForce 2 MCP2 mobo (GA 7N400 Pro2) sitting here with an AMD AthlonXP 3200+ and GB af DDR400 ram in it :) I just replaced it with and Asrock A75pro4-M and A8-3870 and 8GB DDR3-1333
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    Well she's the one insisting on breast feeding so I don't know if I can manage that very easy!! :lol:
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    Right guys, here's a few oldie rigs I've managed to get together and I think I'll be up for selling at some point :) Please let me know what you think :D

    My DFI 939 Lan Party Motherboard
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    Our son's Gigabyte 939 system..
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    Our other son's MSI 939 system..
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    All of them have the same 2Gb of ram set, which are the amazing OCZ PC3200 Platiumn ram which is standard at Cas 2 2-2-5 at 200Mhz speeds and I've managed to get it clocked to around the 270 mark with Cas 2.5 4-4-7 timings I think (its been a long time!!)

    I can post up spec's if you wish later :D Just wanted to show Dano and John :D
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    Nice Phill. Lets us know when you put them up for sale and give us a price shipped in pm. :toast:
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    I'll try and do that :)

    I'm hoping to get things sorted for the other parcel soon, I just need to get it weighed and I can get it on its way :D

    Did you want me to PM a price for the carriage?
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    Probably should Phill.
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    I'll find out a rough weight for the box at the moment and then I'll send a price for that :) I must sort a price out for the hardware I guess first too :lol:
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    That would be good man. Let us know a total price before you ship. :toast:
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    get a breast pump and make an offer she can't refuse ;)
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    Of course :D I'll work on that today, as I'd love to get it shipped out to you both!! What would you like me to do with the 939 systems??

    Well she has said about that but I'm unsure what sort of an offer she'd need to not refuse it :toast: :roll:
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    Awesome Phill. Let us know man.

    Figure out what you want for the 939 systems and let us know as well. :rockout:
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    Ok Dano :D

    Sorry I'm so damn slow, everything is getting in the way!! :(
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    No hurry man. The new baby will take up a ton of anyone's time bro.
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    I'll do my best to get a PM sent to you guys this evening with all the bits I've put in and then a price for that.. I just need to measure it and work out how heavy it is and then we can talk about getting it sent to you :)

    What would you like me to do with the 939 rigs??
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    Well I imagine price them out with shipping as well. No hurry on them though, as that can be another time.
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    Ok mate, I'll reply to the PM with a price for the hardware I have got ready to send over at the moment. We can work out whenever you want the others sent :)
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    Look at this ram coolers... Amazing isnt it ?




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    er they're pretty cool
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    Shocking coolers, I wonder if they do anything much for it??

    Guys I have the box ready and it'll be weighed tomorrow and hopefully I'll be able to get a few costs over to you shortly !! So sorry its taken so long :( Isabelle doesn't half keep us busy!! :D
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    Them are some bad ass looking ram coolers!!!! Whether they do any good or not is anyone's guess LOL. Still would be awesome in an old system with a window and some black lights!!
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    damn... now its official... I NEED to upgrade lol... It's pretty bad that my 8800gt card has been on this thread about 2 or 3 times. Mine's still up and running and overclocked with an aftermarket cooler.

    It may be old... but at least it handle's AA/AF better than my friend's 6850 lol.

    This thread got me thinking... could I use my old Rage128 AIW as a digital tv tuner? as in would it be able to pick up the digital signals without a converter box? If that's the case then I'd like to make a 3DFX gaming machine with a Rage 128 AIW for watching tv. I've got a Canopus Pure3d II that has c-video and s-video connections on it. I'd need to rig up a passthrough cable for the vga though.

    also... I've got an old Gateway2000 Anykey from 1991 and a few misc old hardware. I'll post some pics in the next day or so
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    DTV didn't start making a presence until the mid-2000s so I am highly doubtful it has a digital tuner.
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    yea that's what i was kinda thinking in the back of my mind... I was hoping there might be a chance since PCs are mostly digital. Oh well I guess I'll just have to get a tuner card later

    edit: I found my answer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All-in-Wonder#Lineup
    Oh well...
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    I'll just drop these here.

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    That's definitely some Nostalgic hardware right there :D

    ISA slots.... Not seen them in a little while!!
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