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#129443 16-Sep-2013 11:19
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HTPC 
Silverstone LC16M case (Silver)
AMD Phenom X4 9500 CPU
Gigabyte MA-78Gxxxx mobo
4GB of Corsair DDR2 XMS2-6400 (2GB x 2)
Corsair HX520W PSU
Asus GT440 Passive heatsink version
Samsung 840 120gb
Western Digital 500GB green HDD
Samsung LightScribe DVD reader/writer IDE
Big arse heatsink with heatpipes and alu fins and what not.

- If I can find the right parts I'll throw in an external MS compatible IR receiver and remote as they work better than the VFD one built into the case. 
- HDD's will come formatted with no OS or data. 
- No boxes will be provided as they no longer exist.

$600 **Wellington pickup only** or I can deliver in the general Wellington CBD area.


Samsung Galaxy S3 (photos)
Bought new in June 2012 from 2Degrees
The phone with come with:
1x Rock quicksand case
3x Steinheil Ultra Nano Screen protectors
1x original usb cable
1x original wall power adaptor
1x original box

- Timmay can confirm the fact that the phone is in great condition. There is a couple of very very minor marks on the case and I have tried to photograph these. 
- It has been rooted but is currently wiped and ready to go back on the stock rom. 

$350 **tracked courier excl. RD**


Spigen Hybrid Case - For a Galaxy S4  (Metal Slate colour)
Bought this for my S4 but it doesn't work well with my desktop stand so is for sale.

Brand new in box. I've taken it out and used it for about three hours before realising it wouldn't work and is has been in the box ever since. 

$30 **tracked courier excl. RD**


Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) notebook memory
I bought this to try and upgrade my partners Macbook Pro but the conflicting information online coupled with my ignorance meant it won't work in her older model. 

I believe the 16GB kit will work with a machine identifier 7,1 or higher. 

$100 **tracked courier excl. RD**


All prices are negotiable (within reason)
Email me directly and i'll take pictures - pahansen@the google email.com

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  #896262 16-Sep-2013 11:19
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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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