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tonyhughes

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#20455 27-Mar-2008 08:54
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I am seeking dead (read: free) examples of the following:
Must all be less than 3 years old.

Motherboard
CPU
HDD
RAM
SATA hard drive
Video card
DVD Burner

They are to be mounted on a display board for teaching purposes at our college.

Am happy to pay freight/costs.







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  #118988 27-Mar-2008 09:19
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tonyhughes: I am seeking dead (read: free) examples of the following:
Must all be less than 3 years old.


Dead + Less than 3 years old = Lemon!??

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  #119014 27-Mar-2008 11:08
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I might have a burnt out video card.

Will have a look when I get home.

 
 
 
 


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  #119028 27-Mar-2008 12:56
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NeoTech:
tonyhughes: I am seeking dead (read: free) examples of the following:
Must all be less than 3 years old.


Dead + Less than 3 years old = Lemon!??

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Yep - lemons, failures etc I just want modern equipment to demo as part of a display board, they will never need to go, so I do not want to pay for anything!







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  #119051 27-Mar-2008 14:27
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Ive got a ton of crap sitting around here which is in various stages of (not) working.  Mainly S939/748 boards with CPUs.  Should have a few DVD drives as well.. And a Sony notebook if your interested (SATA channels blew on it - replacement boards not worth the money).. And one dead SATA 2.5" drive as well.  Check me a PM/email if your interested..

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  #119141 27-Mar-2008 19:57
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I have a fried Asus Socket 478 p4s800-mx if you'd like it...It doesn't have a processor though.




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  #119233 28-Mar-2008 00:35
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We have a stack of gear in the office which we are about to chuck out, PM me and we can talk if you are prepared to pay freight from wgtn.  Could include Sparc 20 (busted, used for spare parts), old Dell servers (4 years old+, 9gb disks & array controllers etc) most of it works, just has sub 512/256 mb of ram so not much good as a server these days.  Also have a Proliant 1920R, but again, heavy, old, and full of 9GB disks.




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