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  1. ghost101

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    Hi,

    I accidentally got recorded delivery which was kind of stupid since the item is worth so little.

    The tracking number says it was delivered?

    http://track.royalmail.com/portal/r...esultspage&keyname=3A_track&_requestid=151035

    The WinTV2000 software should work with it. As for the driver not sure. Im sure they exist.

    http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/support/support_usb.html#driver

    This for the driver?

    http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/support/support_pci_878.html

    All i can say is sorry for the delay. AS you can see from the above 2 posts, snailmail eventually reaches their destination :p.
     
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    aha, I did get it this morning :)
    thanks mate :toast:
     
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    Still no ram mate, snail mail might have turned into lost mail....
     
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    Ive enquired about it and its at my local post office as it got returned to sender (except they didnt have a record of the sender). I got it resent, sorry about the delay, used recorded delivery as well to make sure.
     
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    Thanx for that mate, for the update and all your trouble
     
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    Ram recieved. Thanx mate
     
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    Hi,

    If you PM me with postage costs and your paypal address, I'll take the modem and the tnt2 pro off your hands (maybe the PIII fan as well, depend on the cost)
     
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    The slotket, I've never seen one like that before, what board is it for?
     
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    Its a Slot 1 to Socket 370 slotkey. It allows people to install better pentium 3s
     
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    Modem/TNT2/Fan received this morning

    Thanks
     
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    how much for the 3850?
     
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    £64 delivered to the UK. Shipping to Italy is higher.

    edit: shipping is too high for italy, sorry.
     
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    Is the 2600 still available? Fancy a trade plus cash on a Triplex 512MB x1650 Pro (awaiting Zalman copy Al cooler but stock cooler presently attached), HIS x1950 Pro 256MB or a 6600GT with Zalman VF-700?
     
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    Dont really want another card. Would rather have the cash. The x1950pro is tempting but since it requires a pci-e 6 pin connector, it wouldnt really fulfill the role as a backup/test card.
     
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    I just bought a 2x 4 pin molex connector to 6 pin PCI-E connector adaptor so it can be run from 2 separate 12V rails if necessary, fancy it now? I've played Crysis with it on medium at 1360x768, looks GREAT on a 40" Bravia :D The 6600 plays TF2 fine at 1440x900 as well ,I was amazed, and needs NO external power if that's any use to you as a backup card! I had to replace one of the surface mount 16V caps but tracked an identical spec'd one down from a dead 6800GT engineering sample so it runs like a sweetheart once more.
     
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    Appreciate the offer, but I think the cross shipping isnt worth it. I hope you didnt just buy those adaptors to make this offer. :eek:
     
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    bump

    Also willing to to a part exchange on the cpu. Either a straight swap with a retail q6600 g0 chip, or a lower chip + cash.
     
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    How about 8800GT and cash? I've also got a fan controller and a USB gamepad if you're interested.
     
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    Cmon. I have a graphics card already. :p Why not just sell the 8800gt on ebay? Itll fetch around £80 minus fees. Ideally should have sold it before the hd4870 was released and hd4850 stock became more abundant.
     
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