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Topic # 141279 7-Mar-2014 08:41 Send private message

Moving to Australia, and we're selling everything. Pickup Red Beach, Auckland. If it doesn't have a price I don't know what it's worth, so make me an offer!  If it does have a price I'm still negotiable.  PM me with offers.

Laptop RAM (cheap or free):
512MB PC2-4200 x 2
1GB PC2-5300 x 2

Desktop RAM (cheap or free):
512MB PC400
1GB PC400

TV/Graphics cards:
ASUS nVidia EN8400GS fanless PCI 512MB VGA/DVI out
ASUS nVidia N6200 fanless AGP 128MB VGA/DVI out
WinTV Nova TD-500 DVB-T card (dual antenna input)

Routers:
Netgear DG834G ADSL2+ wifi router - $10
Linksys AG310 ADSL2+ router / VOIP ATA - $30*
Cisco WAG310G ADSL2+ router / VOIP ATA - $30**

Printers:
Epson colour laser printer AL-C1100 with toner refills - $100
Canon LBP-6000 B&W laser printer - $30

Altcoin mining:
Gigabyte Radeon HD7990 dual GPU, about 3 months old, ~1.2MH/s - $1200
Corsair 850W quiet PSU, 3 months old - $200
Power meter and box fan (free if you buy the Radeon)
(I also have a mobo ASUS P7P55D with a Core i7-850 and 12GB RAM that has been running the rig, but won't be available until early April)

Office equipment:
Crosscut shredder
Large corner desk with mobile drawers/filing drawer

Other:
16GB AData SSD with SATA interface (relatively slow)
Assorted network, USB, SATA & other cables
Sony Google TV box - $50
Google I/O 2011 Accessory Development Kit (ADK, Arduino) - $20
Google I/O 2012 ADK - $30
19" LCD monitor 1440x900 VGA in only - $20
Small form factor PC/server, fanless CPU (EPIA-EK mobo)
Box of computer parts: anything that's left over (and there's plenty!)
Box of electronics parts: wall warts, circuit boards, motors, etc, etc.

* ATA setup is a little dodgy, but it's been configured and running nicely here for a year or so without problems
** I had some trouble with configuring this too, may just need firmware reflash/update. ADSL works fine from memory.

Aside from the geeky stuff I also have a house lot of items - we're selling everything.  PM me if you're looking for something and I'll let you know if we have it for sale.  All unsold items going on TM on Tuesday.

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  Reply # 1000510 7-Mar-2014 08:41 Send private message

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. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1000527 7-Mar-2014 08:50 Send private message

19" LCD monitor 1440x900 VGA in only - $20

How much for shipping to Clyde, Central Otago? very interested in this!

 

 



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  Reply # 1000530 7-Mar-2014 09:08 Send private message

PM sent about the ADKs :)




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  Reply # 1000558 7-Mar-2014 09:59 One person supports this post Send private message

ADK boards - SOLD

@haydenmarsh - Not sure, it's larger than the biggest courier bag I have here, so maybe $15-20 to the SI?

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  Reply # 1000599 7-Mar-2014 10:49 Send private message

Curious about that Sony Google TV, any further specs on that? Or knowledge of its vitality with future updates/support?




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  Reply # 1000603 7-Mar-2014 10:57 Send private message

Sent PM regarding DG834G.





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  Reply # 1000608 7-Mar-2014 11:02 Send private message

@chiefie - Not sure, sorry.  The hardware I have is a 2nd Gen Sony NSZ-GS7 - it has a sweet bluetooth controller (personally I think that alone is worth $50), but as for system updates and ongoing support I think Sony have stopped updating it, and there hasn't been a lot of movement in the Google TV space lately.  It still works as a YouTube player and has quite a few other apps (but many require a US VPN service or unblock.us).

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  Reply # 1000641 7-Mar-2014 11:22 Send private message

pih: @chiefie - Not sure, sorry.  The hardware I have is a 2nd Gen Sony NSZ-GS7 - it has a sweet bluetooth controller (personally I think that alone is worth $50), but as for system updates and ongoing support I think Sony have stopped updating it, and there hasn't been a lot of movement in the Google TV space lately.  It still works as a YouTube player and has quite a few other apps (but many require a US VPN service or unblock.us).


It was one of a few Google TV devices that I'm curious to give my hands a try at... yeah I know the Google TV updates are a bit of a mystery at the moment.




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  Reply # 1000702 7-Mar-2014 12:52 Send private message

If the "19" LCD monitor 1440x900 VGA in only - $20" doesn't go, I'll take it off your hands, I'm on the coast too.

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  Reply # 1000703 7-Mar-2014 12:56 Send private message

Had a bit of interest in the monitor already, just waiting for a confirmation from one of the punters :)  Will let you know if it doesn't go.

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  Reply # 1000708 7-Mar-2014 12:59 Send private message

Sorry folks: correction the CPU on the ASUS mobo is a Core i7-860. A few years old now but still plenty of grunt.

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  Reply # 1000711 7-Mar-2014 13:05 Send private message

19" Monitor and Netgear router SOLD (sorry @haydenmarsh, you didn't reply quick enough!)

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  Reply # 1000712 7-Mar-2014 13:10 Send private message

pih: 19" Monitor and Netgear router SOLD (sorry @haydenmarsh, you didn't reply quick enough!)

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  Reply # 1000814 7-Mar-2014 15:33 Send private message

SSD is sold, thanks

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  Reply # 1000827 7-Mar-2014 15:46 Send private message

Got an HDMI switch in there?

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