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WTS: Parting out NICE s478 box + 775 motherboards + RAM and HDDS + Mor

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From my threads on the O/C Forums:

 

Parting out a s478 desktop:

 

Pentium 4 3.0 GHz with HT - $15

2 GB DDR400 (5x512MB) - $30

Intel s478 Desktop board, 4 DDR slots, agp, onboard sound and video - $10

SoundBlaster Audigy 2 with 1394 firewire - $13

Linksys G Card - $10

Oven trick'd Radeon 9800 Pro (This card artifacts, but an oven trick will tie it over quite a while. I was able to play doom 3 and forget the card was even buggy. Caps are bulging from so many "tricks" card sold AS IS but working.) - $5

 

IDE DVD Burner (HP with LIGHTSCRIBE) - $12

 

IDE DVD Drive - $6

 

WesternDigital 80 gig IDE - $15 (QUIET and NICE)

 

Others:

eVGA e-GeForce 7800 GS 256 MB AGP (Does not seem to work, but the physical item appears to be fine - looks great) So DOA... maybe you can fix er or need the HS? - $5

 

Quadro FX 128 MB - $10

 

FX5200 - $7

 

IDE DVD Burner with lightscribe - $15

 

Pull from an HP: 775 P4 board - $12

 

Intel Server Board: 775 P4 board, dual ethernet - $12

 

 

Big ol aluminium Heatsink - $6

 

1 GB of DDR2 ... works with boards listed above - $20, $15 if purchased with a board.

 

Now some old crap:

 

About 10 packaged P3 800s - $2 each

Four Dual s370 P3 boards - $10 each

Six Copper P3 heatsinks - $5 each

RAM for a P3 combo - $2 per stick (128s and 256s... i've got em...)

 

$20 for a whole setup, board, COPPER heatsinks, dual cpus, 512 MB RAM

 

AND DEALS IF YOU WANT A COMBO

 

Massive picture bank:

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Make me offers people, money may be knocked off for combos, buy this stuff up! PayPal accepted, money orders preferred but paypal definitely accepted.

 

First off, RAM. I've got PC3200 DDR, PC100 and PC133. Also ECC memory in 100 and 133.

 

PC2 3200 DDR2 Memory:

 

1 GB of DDR 2 (2x 512 MB) - $20

 

 

PC 3200 DDR Memory:

 

2 GB of Crucial DDR 400 PC3200 (2x 1 GB) - $30 SOLD

 

2 GB of DDR 400 PC3200 (4x 512 MB) - $28

 

512 MB of DDR 400 PC3200 (2x 256 MB) - $4

 

 

Laptop DDR Memory:

 

512 MB of DDR 266 (2x 256 MB) - $3

 

PC 133 SD Memory:

 

512 MB Stick (ECC) - $4

 

128 MB Stick (ECC) - $2

 

128 MB Stick - $2

 

128 or 256 MB Stick - $2

 

 

PC 100 SD Memory:

 

256 MB Stick (ECC) - $2

 

256 MB Stick (ECC) - $2

 

256 MB Stick (ECC) - $2

 

256 MB Stick (ECC) - $2

 

256 MB Stick - $2

 

128 MB Stick - $1

 

64 - 128 MB Stick - $1

 

64 - 128 MB Stick - $1

 

64 MB Stick - $0.50

 

32 MB Stick - $0.50

 

16 - 64 MB Stick $0.50

 

 

Next up, IDE HDDs:

 

Western Digital 80 GB Drive - What can I say, WD makes my favorite drives. Quiet and works great. $10 (worth keeping for my own use if priced any lower)

 

Hitachi 80 GB Drive - Used one of these in my main rig, should work fine. $8

 

Hitachi 80 GB Drive - Used one of these in my main rig, should work fine. $8

 

Samsung 60 GB Drive - Works as far as I know, nothing unusual. $5

 

Maxtor 40 GB Drive - The thinner style... works as far as I know, nothing unusual. $2

 

Western Digital 40 GB Drive - Works as far as I know, nothing unusual. $2

 

Samsung 20 GB Drive - Noisy, perhaps slow? But appears to work fine. $1

 

 

Now, some bonus items still at low prices:

 

Athlon 1400 CPU - $2

 

Athlon CPU - $2

 

Pentium 4 1.8 GHz - $2

 

PowerPC G3 - $2

 

(Have multiple) PCI NICs - $1

 

PCI FireWire - $1

 

PCI FireWire - $1

 

PCI SATA (2 port) - $1

 

PCI SCSI Card - $1

 

Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Wired 10/100 Router - $2

 

Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Wired 10/100 Router (No AC adapter) - $2

 

HP CD Writer Plus (gray faced burner from around 1999) - $2

 

(Have multiple) 3 1/2" Floppy drive (Remind me to test it) - $1

 

(Have multiple) Standard CD ROM drive - $1

 

(Have multiple) Zip 100 MB Internal, IDE or SCSI - $1

 

Iomega Zip 100 MB External drive (no cables) - $1

 

Iomega Zip 100 MB External drive (no cables) - $1

 

 

So guys, I hope these prices are low enough to motivate! Buy these goodies up or they're getting tossed for metal recovery. Buyer only pays actual shipping, people wanting multiple items preferred but either way is fine. Money orders preferred too but paypal of course accepted.

 

Yellow is pending, Red is sold. One buyer seems to be a PITA, so feel free to inquire on yellow items.

 

MAKE OFFERS, BUY MULTIPLE ITEMS AND I MAY LOWER THE PRICE

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Also, I have the IO plate for the mATX 775 board... may also have one for the other 775 board. Not sure. BUMP

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I might be interested in that 80GB WD and the Audigy 2. What version is that and does it come with any accessories?

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Already got a PM on the 80 GB WD, sounds like it's sold. I have another 80 GB WD I can sell ya though, just need to pull it out of a computer. If you're interested in the second one, it's yours. The audigy 2 is just the card itself. Model SB0240, has six 3.5mm plugs on the back (one digital) and a firewire port. Both parts have been great to me.

 

 

 

 

Also, to others, please feel free to inquire about the Yellow items. They were reserved for someone who was going to take a month to pay me so I ended that deal. Some is sold, some is scrapped. All the ram except for the 2 GB kit as of now I think is available.

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No, sorry. What you see for s370 combos is what I have, three others with the same board, chips and HSFs. You can get a nice PCI video card if you're thinking of making a workstation / desktop out of one of these combos. Back in the day I had a GeForce 6200 PCI in my Dell and did some gaming. I'll bet cards like that and better are a dime a dozen now.

 

If AGP is a must, or old school overclocking is what you like... I have these I didn't list yet.

 

Asus P2B DS - A dual pentium II board, now running dual Pentium III 750s @ 840 MHz This board has AGP and I could include a TNT2.

 

Abit BP6 - This board was very popular back when it came out. The first board that allowed users to use and overclock dual PPGA celerons. I think some people got their celly 333s to 733+ on water. I have a 333... or 366 maybe... and a 433 to go with this. Probably too slow for you? But good for nostalgic reasons. Hard core modders have run 800 MHz P3s in it... google it and you'll find a ton of info.

 

My suggestion for ease and speed is to go with the combos above, and a nice PCI video card. If you want a touch of OCing and old school, maybe the P2B.

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