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#228547 11-Jan-2018 09:34
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Hello,

 

As 2018 has just begun I have decided to do some cleaning out of old server/pc hardware.

 

There's lots of DDR RAM modules, a few DDR2 modules, sound blaster card, AGP GPU as well as two working Pentium 4 machines (1 server / 1 pc).

 

My main question is, would it be worth while trying to sell these or should it just be scrapped?


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  #1936027 11-Jan-2018 09:47
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Scrap it, in an environmentally responsible way preferably.

 

 

 

Edited: correction.





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  #1936063 11-Jan-2018 10:44
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Scrap it, I also have a bunch of old DDR2 memory and tried to sell on Tm for a reasonable price and no one is interested. Pentium 4's are so old now they are worthless.


 
 
 
 


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  #1936073 11-Jan-2018 10:53
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BTR:

 

Scrap it, I also have a bunch of old DDR2 memory and tried to sell on Tm for a reasonable price and no one is interested. Pentium 4's are so old now they are worthless.

 

 

 

 

They are not useless! OP should do some overclocking and just see if he can burn stuff.


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  #1936110 11-Jan-2018 11:45
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Thank you everyone, and definitely will dispose in a sensible and e-friendly manner.


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