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[WTB][US] s775 motherboard in good working condition

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Easy Rhino, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. Easy Rhino

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    The PSU connector on my current rig is really a PITA. One of the pins on the connector is busted so it will not always power on unless I hold the 24pin connector just right. I don't feel like taking it apart and fixing it with solder,etc . I would rather spend $50 on a used s775 board. Time is money.

    $50 max which includes shipping cost to PA. Must be a reputable TPU member and have heatware. I will pay using PayPal.
     
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    I've got an eVGA 750i SLI FTW in my for sale thread, coincidentally I'm asking exactly $50 shipped. It is basically brand new, I bought it as a backup board for a server and never had to use it. I tested it when I first bought it, then boxed it back up and it has sat on the shelf ever since. The chipset fan is a little dusty though because the board didn't come with one originally(eVGA says you don't need it), so I bought a used fan off ebay.

    http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...d-video-card-24-port-switches-wrt160n.202560/
     
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    Got a EVGA 780i FTW but will ask $65shipped
     
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    I got an ASUS IPIBL-LB board I would give you for $50 (in my FS thread). Rock solid board I was using for an un-raid server without issues.
     
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    great budget enthusiast board. I had one. Was able to do 475 FSB and OC my Q9650 to 4.25ghz. ended up giving it to JrRacingFan in a pay it forward deal.
     
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    Thanks. I am most likely going to buy the board from newtekie. Just have other life crap to take care of first!
     
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