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  1. I'm looking for around the £90 ($180) minimum as these are their true value...any lower your getting an amazing deal and the seller is losing out TBH
  2. Matched pair of G.Skill HZ up for sale. These are PC4000 (DDR500 = 250mhz), and have black heatspreaders. Image: I can get a better one of the two of them if you want, they are currently in my PC. They have not been pushed (I couldn't afford to just in case something went wrong) and have always been kept within their rated speeds and rated voltages. I'm after £100 shipped ($205 shipped to the USA), payment via Paypal non-CC preferred. Offers considered. According to G.Skill these have a lifetime warranty, as you can see the labels are intact so it is still valid. Heatware: prosser13 eBay: jamespro13
  3. Some things sold, others pending. Will be adding more soon
  4. If your looking for a single core then I've got a 3700+ up for sale
  5. Going to C2D very soon so will need to get rid of these. I'm only going to sell these when my C2D stuff is all here and sorted - as long as I can find a CPU, that will be the end of next week. I won't take any sort of payment until I'm ready to ship, so don't worry Paypal or money orders accepted. Postage will be via Royal Mail, your paying so you specify the service 1. AMD 64 3700+, Socket 939, San Diego. Great clocker - the guy I bought it off said he took it to 3ghz and it didn't need very many volts, but as always YMMV (Your Mileage May Vary). I don't have the original heatsink but I do have a stock AMD Opteron heatsink - basically the same but better, has a copper base IIRC. I'm after £30 + shipping. - Pending 2. DFI RDX200CF-DR, Socket 939, Crossfire. Great board, 2 x PCI-E slots, and its a DFI so you know its going to be a good clocker I took it to 300mhz FSB and then my CPU refused to go any higher - it was only a 3000+ so have pity. I've got the original box (at least, I should do), two of the SATA cables, the yellow rounded IDE and floppy cables, and the manual. I only bought this a year and a half to two years ago, so I'd imagine its still under warranty - I don't know where the invoice is at the moment, but I'm RMAing a different DFI I killed and when I contacted him he said that you didn't really need the warranty. I'm after £35 + shipping. - Pending 3. Bluetooth adapter. Model is E.Z-Blue120, and its a USB adapter the size of a USB pen. It's in the original box, and I've got the CD with the BlueSoleil software somewhere. I honestly don't know if it works, I haven't used it in ages, so no guarantees sorry. Because of this: I'm after £2 + shipping. - Sold 4. Keysonic MS-WARP aluminium laser mouse. Really pretty little thing, covered in brushed aluminium and with a blue lit scroll wheel. I got this ages ago to use for a HTPC which I ended up never building and its perfect for that. It's also really comfy, although I haven't used it for long periods - in fact, it's only ever been out of the box once to use to test out an old PC. I'll also include a USB -> PS2 adapter I'm after £7 + shipping, negotiable Any questions, post here, PM me or email me Pictures Pictures. Motherboard And this is how far I got - held back by the CPU though (that's a different CPU to the one I'm selling, please note): CPU CPU with thermal paste (it'll be cleaned up before you get it): CPU Installed: CPU Heatsink:
  6. Hi guys, not been on for a while. Good to see your all alive :tooth: I'm looking for a E6300 or below (e.g. E4***) so that I can order my motherboard and RAM and move to C2D finally. I can do trades for my current CPU/motherboard if anyone wants either for a backup rig - currently they are a 3700+ which does 3ghz (not sure if its stable, and YMMV) and a DFI RDX200CF-DR, best board I've ever had :cool: Please note that I'm UK, shipping definitely won't be over $12 (USD) though as I'm not after a heatsink so it'll easily fit in a flat rate envelope, may even be less. Looking to spend no more than $110 shipped, preferably less Thanks!
  7. Cut out the 80mm fan grills (shot is from later on in the day with some more work done, but you can see I've cut them out. Used a jigsaw and quickly filed them: Next I got a sheet of metal, cut it out to approx size, and bolted it over the holes left (thats the white thing you can see covering the fan holes on the inside in the picture above) What I'm then going to do is just cut the 120mm fan holes straight through that and drill holes through it. Going to get some better bolts, use more of them and thick rubber washers to stop it vibrating with the fans attached. Well, thats it for now More to come soon, any questions just ask. More info on the front panel BTW - need to measure up the front of the case and I'm getting a fibreglass panel custom cut to exactly the right size. I will then use 1cm or 2cm standoffs and long M4 bolts to mount it, 3 bolts down each side (top left, top right, middle left, middle right, bottom left, bottom right) and the standoffs will allow the light from inside to filter out from the sides and maybe the front fans Currently looking at AcRyan UV fans for the top to light up the UV RadGrillz and then maybe something like Xilence Red Wings to help match in with the rest of the case. Lots more to come
  8. Woohoo, an update! Did some work before I go away for two weeks on temporary work, but at least I did something. Didn't all go well, I forgot something Measure twice, cut once! Anyway, you'll see what I mean soon. So here we go, pics galore! First thing to do was expand the hole on top, took it as close to the front as I dared - its still gotta hook over the front. Braced the back after cutting so I could file it without it bending. Need to pick up some U-channel... After measuring I also worked out I might as well mount a 120mm fan with a UV RadGrillz (the AcRyan one) on top, I think that'll look pretty good. I then put in the acrylic, cut the acrylic to size, and put in four temporary bolts: They will be replaced by M4 allen headed bolts when I get a chance. And from the inside: Came across a *slight* problem when trying to fit it. Theres a little bit sticking out the top of the 5.25" bay cages which stops the acrylic being able to fit So I took a 4" grinder to it to see what would happen and it looks like it should grind away pretty easy, so no problems there: Onto the side window now. After measuring up and drawing out: Just a tip - NEVER try and cut with a 4" grinder, I had a go cos the sparks amused me (great reason or what) and it simply burnt through, even with a diamond tipped bladey thingy: The jigsaw, I found, was much easier, and I *think* this was after I filed it: Again going to take a look at U-channel to see what it looks like... So, here was the problem. Poor measuring by me means: Slight gap And when I say *slight* I mean a good cm or two So, my plan is to get some mesh and have a mesh strip instead, as I can't afford to buy more acrylic...ah well... The angle in the bottom right corner looks pretty good: BTW, the acrylic will be mounted on the inside, so the vent holes should look fine and not be obscured... Window overview as if the case was on its side and the front was closest to you: Remember this hole? Cut this out to cover it. I still need to cut the PSU hole, might do something above that too but that'll come later: Loops over the top, and then the acrylic top part goes over it. Won't be too viewable and it can be filed and painted later Next random stage was checking the back fans. Rather than a single 120mm, I'm going to go with dual 92mms - cut out some templates from plywood with a jigsaw and checked they would fit: Looking good Then onto the front fans. Cut out another template to go along with my Akasa Amber which I'm using to measure. These are 120mm fans
  9. Don't want to spend much, I'm in the UK and would prefer shipping over here (it should be max $11 by flat rate envelope) else I can have one of my friends in the USA ship it over to me if you really don't want to ship it straight to me... I'm hoping to only have to spend $15 or so, although if its a really nice one I could stretch a bit further possibly. Wires and stuff would be nicely First pick would be a Zalman ZM-MFC1 as it would match the one I've already got, then a Zalman ZM-MFC2 or a Scythe Kama-Meter but don't know if they would fit in my budget... Also looking for some sort of hard drive vibration dampener, preferably one which converts to 5.25", or if you've got a good deal a SATA Hot-Swap Bay or Multiple Bays Thanks for reading, bumps will be returned!
  10. Fan Grill 3 - Red with red mesh A forgot to get a picture of coat one but it looked just like coat two Coat 2, wet: Coat 2, dry: Coat 2, dry and outside: Lineup And the problems start I was very impressed, up to this point. I let them dry for a good half a day, then decided to take the tape covering the mesh off. I knew there was a very fine line between this working and not working, and I hoped I was dead on. Turns out I wasn't Grill 1: Grill 3: What had happened on Grill 1 was the tape had simply been not precise enough - it didn't go exactly along the edges. The problem with Grill 2 was that it looks like in two or three places the primer had stuck in "flakes" to the tape - when the tape was removed the primer, and all the coats on top, were ripped off. Grill 1 could be saved, but Grill 2 was wrecked Adapting Grill 1 Out came the spray can again, and Grill 1 was resprayed. No problems there this time, but to be honest I'm not too keen on the red mesh Whats to come? Well, this afternoon (5 hours or so) I'm going to clear laquer both Grill 1 and Grill 3 to finish them off Grill 1 will then become my testing grill I need to get a picture to show this, but where the rounded corners are theres metal on the back as well - what I'm going to do is cut out the mesh around the edges, then get some new stuff (need to buy some anyway), silver probably, and add it to the grill by sticking it in the rounded corners I'll get some pictures and a large, sharp knife and show you what I mean More to come soon Comments welcome, as always!
  11. Fan Grills - Painting Hmmm, with just update I think I need a 56kb warning :cool: So, I left my fan grills last time with the primer drying. We shall now follow the progress of each of the three And outside to show the different light: Fan Grill 1 - Red with Mesh Masked Off Coat 1 drying: 20 minutes later I sprayed on a second coat: And the second coat dry: It looks good enough, so I didn't feel the need for a third coat Fan Grill 1 - Black with Mesh Masked Off The black spraypaint: From my old Warhammer days :cool: Coat 1, sorry for the dodgy light: Coat 2, wet: Coat 2, dry: I wasn't happy still, so I added a third coat: And the third coat dry outside;
  12. Sorry for the delay in the update - had quite a bit of work to do, loads more today though Ah well, two weeks holiday are worth a day and a half of solid work Unfourtunately, I won't get to even see the case itself for another two months The reason is, I have no workshop at home (you might have guessed seeing as I spray paint in the garden) so the only place I can work at is at my grandad's workshop, who lets me borrow his tools. With my exams coming up fast though (oral on the 2nd May, Removing the hard drive cages The Chieftec Scorpio comes with a total of 6 internal 3.5" bays, in the form of 2 removable hard drive cages containing 2 bays each. These slot under shelves at the front of the case; my annoyance with these are any number of hard drives will block the airflow into the case, and with so much space above the PSU I've decided to mount my hard drives up there. I removed the hard drive cages to start, which just left the two shelves, which can be seen here at the front: They were held in place by rivets - the rivets circled in red are the ones: Sorry for the poor quality pic So, out came the drill, and away the hard drives shelves went Unrestricted airflow for the 2 x 120mm fans which will go there! Removing the center shelf One thing which really annoyed me about the case was the fact its massive, but space in the bottom half is smaller than it could be as there is a massive shelf running across the middle of the case. Its the piece of metal with a large hole and two smaller holes here: And as you can see from this picture, it extends right the way into the 5.25" bays: Well, I say "extends". I should say "extended" as out came the drill again, and away went the rivets: And a picture of the drilled out rivets: Drilling this out meant the metal making up the 5.25" bays had nothing to connect to at the bottom, so it was flimsy. I grabbed a few self tapping screws and screwed the cage at the top (to the top) and at the bottom (to the motherboard tray) and this sured up the motherboard tray as well as the cage. I didn't get any pics of it though, sorry As you can see though, the case is a lot more spacious and, thanks to the screws, has retained its rigidity, so I'm a happier bunny now Heres a picture from the back: I used screws and nuts to hold on the top, in the end it will be pop riveted but I need to be able to remove it to spray it and to fit the acrylic window and blowhole so I don't want to use them yet. You can also see the large amount of space which wasn't there before in the middle of the case. IIRC though, I took this picture to show the large hole at the back of the case. I've measured up a replacement panel for this but couldn't find any metal cutting jigsaw blades - I think my grandad will pick some up and cut the sheet out for me though. What I did and didn't get pictures of I thought I'd finished what I could do so I took the camera down - when I'd put it away though, I realised there was more to do. First thing I did was get rid of this nasty hole: I hammered it out on an anvil to make it flat, then used a circular file to even out the edges, and I also cleaned up around the hole with a flat file. I'm probably going to put my CMOS switch in that hole, so I don't need to block it up Next, I removed the wrecked handle: I don't have a clue what happened, but the whole of that panel had the same, bumpy texture - I would imagine the sanding went wrong or the wrong type of paint was used, something like that. I unscrewed the handle, removed it, and tried some paint thinner on it - while it got rid of all the blue paint, it still had the same bumpy texture, so I'm going to get rid of the handle and replace it with a simple catch or something. Luckily, I'd already planned to take it out so I dont need to worry about filling in the little holes left by it. With the handle off, I whipped out the trusty orbital sander, put on some P120 paper, and sanded down the left side panel. The bumpy texture disappeared right away, so I've now got a nice smooth left side panel I used the sander on the right side panel too, and got rid of the clear coat finish and sanded that down too. I didn't do the top - the screw holes have some jagged edges sticking up and I don't see the point in filing them down when I'm going to be cutting them out anyway - and I finished the side panels by hand-sanding the edges down with some more P120 I also found an old fridge being thrown out by next door, which has a front door made from what looks like mild steel - if it is, and is the right size, it will be perfect for the front panel, so my grandad will have a look at that for me and see if he can remove the door I think thats all the work I did (I only had an evening ), but fan grill updates coming soon
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