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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 110107 3-Oct-2012 11:48
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Hey guys

Having a clear out and I have tons of PC type stuff that I need to get rid of but not keen on individually listing items for sale.

Any opinions?


Example of stuff

PC Fans
SATA cables
Wireless Routers
Netgear 4 port switch

VGA cables - lots
DVI cables
Kettle leads/ pc power lead
USB floppy drives
USB hubs
Ram modules

https://imgur.com/a/61SjA

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  Reply # 695433 3-Oct-2012 11:50
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How much do you want for the tripod (top-left)?

And do you have any Mini ITX MOBOs in that rat's nest of goodies?

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  Reply # 695435 3-Oct-2012 11:53
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Mistery IT box $1 res

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 695553 3-Oct-2012 15:04
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ADSL 2 wireless router???




The little things make the biggest difference.

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  Reply # 695568 3-Oct-2012 15:32
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If you don't care what you get for it, then I agree, $1 reserve pick up only as-is-where-is must take everything.

If you do care, then pick out the stuff you care about and list that separately, but you might be stuck with the junk then :-/






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  Reply # 695657 3-Oct-2012 16:32
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http://s993.photobucket.com/albums/cognoscentiX/Computer%20Sale?albumview=slideshow
 
Organised whats there a bit better and more photos.

Think i might go for that mystery box idea and sell it as one lot. Sounds easier.

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  Reply # 697044 6-Oct-2012 08:58
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I am assuming it would be pickup only if you went with the mystery box idea? Where in NZ are you (province/city)?

There are quite a few things in those pics I would love to get hold of... but the larger items (like the routers etc) I wouldnt be interested in

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