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  1. I'm abandoning my C2D upgrade, moving to i5 instead OCZ platinum 2x2gb DDR2 1066 SOLD locally Used and works, but is not compatible with the gigabyte mobo Gigabyte EP45-DS3LR mobo SOLD locally Fresh from RMA, the cpu socket was malunctioning. No I/O plate, can include SATA cable if desired. C2D E7500, NIB retail REMOVED, lack of interest Has not seen any action since the mobo was sent back for a RMA You can pickup all three for $240 shipped, but bear in mind I could not get the mobo to work with the OCZ ram Will consider all reasonble offers, paypal only, lower 48 only. Local pick up in San Diego if desired, will discount to account for shipping Heatware: godlyatheist Edit: pix are up, added local pickup
  2. And I'm interested in the motherboard
  3. LOL, I reseated the video card and everything is fine now. Thanks for all the help though
  4. I took home an HP desktop a customer wanted to throw away at my store since he didn't do want to fill out the paperwork. The specs are as follows: P4 3.2gHz 800 fsb (Northwood) HP OEM mobo with i865 chipset 512mb ddr400 (single stick) radeon 9200 agp with 128mb ddr 250w oem psu When I got it home it booted to windows xp logon screen, but since I don't know the password I left it sitting there. When I came back from dinner I see BSOD with error code 0x0000000A. So I ran 3 passes of memtest and it passed and then proceeded to reinstall xp. Half way through the install I shut off the computer because I those the pc type(i chose 486 instead of standard pc). When I try to restart it the computer turns on, but there's no longer any display and the hdd does not have any activity. So, which part do you guys think went out? I can test the ram, put a 500w working psu in, or test with another harddrive. I don't have an agp or pci video card to swap out the radeon with(I can get one for like $15) and I don't know if the P4 will work in an emachine that previously ran 400mhz fsb northwood celeron.
  5. Item shipped, mods please close thread
  6. The xtremegamer replaced it as a low profile card, but people recommend this one over the gamer so I got it.
  7. I went from onboard realtek alc850 to x-fi and it's a BIG difference, but I can't say for Audigy. From what I've read people say it's better, both technologically and experience wise. Sound is very subjective so if you got good ears give it a try, you really can't go wrong for $30 ^^.
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