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#119228 24-May-2013 22:05
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Having a big cleanout. This list is incomplete. Feel free to ask if you're after something specific. I have about 10 years of stuff to get rid of!

Not really sure what most of it is worth, so make me a reasonable offer :)

I'm in Dunedin so happy to send any of it but it won't be cheap! Can get quotes for shipping if you're seriously interested in something.

Core 2 Quad 2.6ghz, 8gb Ram, gaming mobo with 3 PCI-e 16 etc.DFI Lanparty P45 and a Q8400 - $250
AMD 4 core 2.4ghz, 28GB RAM, can throw in a few 500GB drives if you want them. - $600

15" Screen - $40

Dell 24 port gigabit layer 2 managed switch - $300
24 port managed cisco switch - $50
Heaps of network cables. 1m, 2m, 3m, 10m
Cisco router - $30
Heaps of WRT54GL APs
Netgear wndr3700 $90


4 port KVM Switch - $50
2 port KVM switch  - $20

Lots of long VGA cables
SOLD a VGA over CAT5 adaptor (powered, 2 ends) - $100

Nexus S (rooted) - $150

SOLD 12 channel mixer (unpowered) - $80
SOLD XLR cables
RCA cables
SOLD mAudio MobilePre - $80
SOLD mAudio Delta 1010T - $90

Power cables (jug cords, UPS cords)

SOLD Pentax K10D with 18-200mm lens and 28mm prime lens - $350
Nikon macro extension tubes




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  #825030 24-May-2013 22:05
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  #825046 24-May-2013 22:27
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Any decent n class dual band router?




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  #825063 24-May-2013 22:47
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How many wrt54gl's have you got and how much you want for them?

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  #825064 24-May-2013 22:56
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What is the model of the dell switch and what price range are you in with it?

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  #825088 24-May-2013 23:55
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Have you got any network cables longer than 10M?




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  #825094 25-May-2013 01:07
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keen on one wrt54gl if the price is right :)

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  #825124 25-May-2013 09:20
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CYaBro: How many wrt54gl's have you got and how much you want for them?

6 - 10. Would need to count.
Not sure if I have that many power supplies.
$200 for the lot.




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  #825125 25-May-2013 09:21
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networkn: What is the model of the dell switch and what price range are you in with it?

PowerConnect 5324
$350-$450




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  #825126 25-May-2013 09:22
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tardtasticx: Have you got any network cables longer than 10M?


Sorry I don't have any of those for sale




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  #825127 25-May-2013 09:22
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joker97: Any decent n class dual band router?

Only the netgear one which is currently on offer to another GZ user :)




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  #825135 25-May-2013 09:51
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Is the 4 port KVM USB or PS2 for the keyboard/mouse?

Is it direct select for each input or do you have to cycle through them?

 

Thanks




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  #825139 25-May-2013 10:06
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lchiu7: Is the 4 port KVM USB or PS2 for the keyboard/mouse?

Is it direct select for each input or do you have to cycle through them?

 

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PS2. Direct select




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  #825159 25-May-2013 12:06
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danielfaulknor:
CYaBro: How many wrt54gl's have you got and how much you want for them?

6 - 10. Would need to count.
Not sure if I have that many power supplies.
$200 for the lot.


Please let me know how many with power supplies.

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  #825165 25-May-2013 12:26
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Have you got a price in mind for the Nexus S?

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  #825180 25-May-2013 12:38
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$200




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