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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by newtekie1, Jul 21, 2008.

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    I'm parting out my Socket 939 Rig in my Sig, and I know there are some people running old 939 systems that could use some parts.

    A8N32-SLI Deluxe $120
    Ran at 255 FSB 24/7. A wonderful board, and arguably the best Socket 939 board available. Runs SLI wonderfully, with no switch card. Full x16/x16 SLI. Comes with all the important accessories, missing some SATA and IDE cables.

    Athlon X2 4400+ EE Toledo 2x1MB L2 $100
    Has run at 2.8GHz 24/7 for over a year on only 1.35v, which is very good for these CPUs, usualy 1.40v at least is required for 2.8GHz. The highest I had it was 3.0GHz on the A8N32-SLI Deluxe at 1.45v for a quick benchmark run. I have the original retail packaging, but I no longer have the retail heatsink, so this is a CPU only sale. I'll send the retail packaging IF you want it, but shipping will cost extra.

    OCZ EL DDR PC-4000 Gold GX XTC 2GB Dual Channel $100
    CL 3-4-3-8 Run at 255MHz its whole life with the A8N32-SLI Deluxe on the default 2.5v voltage. Runs wonderfully, and has great timings. Doesn't overclock that well at the default voltage, but at the time I bought them people reported them getting great overclocks and tighter timings with higher voltages, but I never fealt the need.
    http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/memory/ocz_el_ddr_pc_4000_gold_gx_xtc_2gb_dual_channel

    I've re-thought this and decided that I will only sell the Motherboard, CPU, and RAM if I can find a buyer/s for all three first. There has been a little interest in all three parts, but nothing definite. So if you want one or more of the parts PM me. If I can get all three definitely sold, I'll do it, otherwise I am just going to stick with what I have.

    HIS HD3850 256MB $90
    I bought this from a member here because he thought it was defective, which was causing it to overheat. When I recieved the card, temperatures were fine, however one would jump from 55C up to 90C. The GPU Core sensor reads correctly, it seems that the ambient sensor HIS used is buggy. I still ran the fan at 100% just in case, but the core temperature never exceeded 65C.

    Zalman CNPS9500 LED $25
    Been on my X2 4400+, cools it wonderfully. Comes with all the mounting hardware, including the 775 mounting hardware.

    Prices do not include shipping. Shipping for each item is $5 to CONUS.

    Reasonable offers on everythig welcome.

    All of this stuff is still in use, except the 9700. I'll take pictures of it all if people show interest in any of the items. Otherwise I don't really want to pull the case out from behind the desk, and tear it apart to take pictures. I can get some quick CPU-Z screenshots up to verify the motherboard, processor, and RAM when I get home from work if people want them.

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    thats a good 939 cpu it could be a good upgrade for an old system
     
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    Received Zalman 9700 cooler, thanks much.
     
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    Free bump for some awesome old parts.

    Damn - if only u were in the UK i woulda taken that 4400 off u to replace my crapp X2 3800+ (Manchester) & also the ram to replace my 4sticks of 512mb....
     
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    Another bump for some awesome 939 parts and some killer ram.
     
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    I've re-thought this and decided that I will only sell the Motherboard, CPU, and RAM if I can find a buyer/s for all three first. There has been a little interest in all three parts, but nothing definite. So if you want one or more of the parts PM me. If I can get all three definitely sold, I'll do it, otherwise I am just going to stick with what I have.
     
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    Also, I'll do the following combo deals:

    CPU+Motherboard: $210+5 Shipping(Save $15)
    CPU+RAM: Free Shipping(Save $10)
    Motherboard+RAM: $210+5 Shipping(Save $15)
    CPU+Motherboard+RAM: $300+5 Shipping(Save $30)
    CPU+Motherboard+RAM+Zalman: $320+10 Shipping(Save $40)
    Everything $400+10 Shipping(Save $50)
     
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    Good luck with sale man, I know it took me a while to unload my Opty 170, DFI mobo, and PC3200 RAM. Just be patient as someone will realize that they need some of this stuff.
     

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