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# 106302 21-Jul-2012 14:59
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A while ago I bought an Asus M4A79XTD motherboard secondhand. I seem to have misplaced (or never received) the I/O shield for it.

Does anyone have one spare??

I would really like to get this build underway


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  # 659603 21-Jul-2012 17:04
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I do mate let me get home and MSG u properly




gz ftw


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  # 659696 21-Jul-2012 20:35
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hey man, yes i remember that sneaky part! I have a feeling it is still at home under my bed, in an old asus box from my other motherboard. Ill get in contact with my brother and see if he can find it and send it to u, or have ready to collect for you. Ill txt him tomorrow




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  # 659787 22-Jul-2012 09:28
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I can pickup

Message me with the pickup address, and a suitable time.
I am free all day today, maybe after 5 tomorrow

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  # 661076 24-Jul-2012 15:26
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If bounty can't find it, you could try ebay.. last time I had that issue I spent $12 or so to get one ex china.





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  # 661121 24-Jul-2012 16:43
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I've never dealt with ebay before so am unsure about this avenue...

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  # 661153 24-Jul-2012 17:54
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eBay is great, I buy all my Volvo parts from UK. Delivered it is half the price than buying local. US can take a week or two for shipping, UK is 5 days. US also does not know much about the world outside their border. CN can take 2-6 weeks to deliver, if that fast.




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  # 661177 24-Jul-2012 18:37
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What Niel said.. Ebay is great, but things ex china often take 3-4 weeks minimum to get here.




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  # 661409 25-Jul-2012 06:36
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Ok.

I'll wait for now... but in the meantime I'll start doing some reading about ebay. I have seen some pretty sweet deals on there for other things too but never gone much further than looking

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