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Topic # 83698 20-May-2011 16:10
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Hey guys,

I'm looking to buy a motherboard to replace an old PC. I want the cheapest solution possible. I have a 478 processor laying around so obviously that would be preferred, but whatever else is fine. Please post what you have & prices (if you have an unwanted CPU, please post that price too).

Thanks!

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  Reply # 471734 20-May-2011 20:38
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How much are you looking at spending? because Im upgrading my computer soon, and will be removing my AM2+/AM3 motherboard, 4GB of DDR2 G.Skill Ram, and a 2.4GHz 4600+







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  Reply # 471735 20-May-2011 20:39
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It's a replacement computer for my mother, so as little as possible lol but what prices do you want for your parts? can you itemize them?

Cheers!

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  Reply # 471740 20-May-2011 20:57
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For the CPU, I would say, umm... $50?
Motherboard... I'd say about the same... $50.
RAM... $75 (dual Channel)

Will be available from next Tuesday.







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  Reply # 471752 20-May-2011 21:32
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I've messaged you through the send email facility. Thanks!

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  Reply # 471758 20-May-2011 21:45
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Have just replied with all the details you need.

Lemme know :)





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