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  Reply # 811811 5-May-2013 23:10
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Updated original post with more info and prices.




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  Reply # 813496 8-May-2013 09:11
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Updated OP. Found a second 500GB Momentus XT drive, and another full set of the Logitech EX110 wireless keyboard/mouse kit.




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  Reply # 813503 8-May-2013 09:25
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I'll take the 2nd momentus xt (assume it works though?) and a few of the patch cables and maybe the ex110 if you still have them. Can you PM me address?



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  Reply # 813535 8-May-2013 10:03
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sidefx: I'll take the 2nd momentus xt (assume it works though?) and a few of the patch cables and maybe the ex110 if you still have them. Can you PM me address?


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  Reply # 815675 11-May-2013 10:47
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Updated OP again, this time with the right specs for the custom-built box. Sorry for the confusion!




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  Reply # 816381 12-May-2013 19:42
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Do either of the servers have hot-swap drive bays?



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  Reply # 816389 12-May-2013 19:59
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lyndondrake: Do either of the servers have hot-swap drive bays?


Sorry, no.




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  Reply # 816853 13-May-2013 16:20
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Updated OP. Both Momentus XT drives gone. Still a few patch cables left.




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  Reply # 816854 13-May-2013 16:22
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richms: Gig switch, patch cables, rack shelves are all of interest to me.

Can come any morning.


How many patch cables would you be interested in? Got about 10-15 2m ones and 10 or so 3m ones. Also, rack shelves still available.




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  Reply # 817000 13-May-2013 19:59
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Handfull of the 2-3m ones. Bright colours prefered.
And the shelves too are still of interest.

Where is pickup otherwise if your coming on friday that would work too.




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  Reply # 817034 13-May-2013 21:27
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richms: Handfull of the 2-3m ones. Bright colours prefered.
And the shelves too are still of interest.

Where is pickup otherwise if your coming on friday that would work too.


Red and green available. Will be coming to IRL, so will bring them there.




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  Reply # 817043 13-May-2013 21:52
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Ive claimed for the custom built PC :P Couldnt see the OP updated since




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  Reply # 817051 13-May-2013 21:58
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How good would the 

1x custom-built Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM, Intel board with 5 SATA ports and 5 HDDs (2x 1TB, 2x 250GB, 1x 150GB) - $150

be as a basement media server replacing the smaller drives with some 3TB?

If it would work fine then I will take it (assuming that the tard :) above hasn't got dibs)

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  Reply # 817054 13-May-2013 22:01
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blackjack17: How good would the 

1x custom-built Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM, Intel board with 5 SATA ports and 5 HDDs (2x 1TB, 2x 250GB, 1x 150GB) - $150

be as a basement media server replacing the smaller drives with some 3TB?

If it would work fine then I will take it (assuming that the tard :) above hasn't got dibs)


lol yep I've arranged everything and I'm picking up Tuesday :)






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tardtasticx:
blackjack17: How good would the 

1x custom-built Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM, Intel board with 5 SATA ports and 5 HDDs (2x 1TB, 2x 250GB, 1x 150GB) - $150

be as a basement media server replacing the smaller drives with some 3TB?

If it would work fine then I will take it (assuming that the tard :) above hasn't got dibs)


lol yep I've arranged everything and I'm picking up Tuesday :)




Indeed you did. Just forgot to update that line of the post. Fixed now.




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