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# 109301 17-Sep-2012 16:25
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Selling my desktop to buy a new one, anyone keen? I can offer it at a good price. 

http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=513886092

Full details and picture on the above link. 

Pickup is Flat Bush, Auckland 



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  # 687213 17-Sep-2012 16:35
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One thing youre going to be asked, is what sort of video card is in the machine or is it onboard only ?




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  # 687217 17-Sep-2012 16:36
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Its onboard only .. HDMI, DVI and VGA outputs 

xpd: One thing youre going to be asked, is what sort of video card is in the machine or is it onboard only ?

 
 
 
 


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  # 687261 17-Sep-2012 17:35
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What's an Intel 380?



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  # 687283 17-Sep-2012 18:37
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Intel SSD 380 series - 180GB
Its Solid State Hard drive. It works faster than the normal hard disks. 

kyhwana2: What's an Intel 380?

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Intel must've worked very hard to keep it a secret, unless you mean a 320 or 330?



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  # 687387 17-Sep-2012 20:13
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sidefx: Intel must've worked very hard to keep it a secret, unless you mean a 320 or 330?


I am so sorry. Its Intel 330 series. 

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  # 687452 17-Sep-2012 22:17
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Also, i'd pay at most $600-700 for that lot, considering what you could buy an Intel system for.

(Hint, monitors aren't worth that much 2nd hand on TM, consdering the price of cheap 22-24" new)

 
 
 
 


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  # 687510 18-Sep-2012 07:35
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Yeah unfortunately youve said it yourself in the auction, its 18 months old. You can buy a new PC for not much more than your asking price.... someone on TradeMe may pay your price but dont think anyone here will. :(

Its why I gave up selling second hand PCs, theyre just not worth anything after 12 months. If you parted it out, you might get an OK amount.

Just did a quick price up on a new i5 system, and for $1200 it gets me a damn nice little box inc monitor.

Not trying to be negative, just realistic. Good luck!




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  # 687551 18-Sep-2012 08:38
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Hmm .. i could look at selling just the system for 700 without the monitor if you want ? 


kyhwana2: Also, i'd pay at most $600-700 for that lot, considering what you could buy an Intel system for.

(Hint, monitors aren't worth that much 2nd hand on TM, consdering the price of cheap 22-24" new)


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