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# 210404 26-Mar-2017 07:53
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All items Pickup in Auckland (Kumeu, Takapuna or CBD by arrangement).  Can also post/courier items by arrangement.


HP SFF PC, HP Pro 3000, W7 Pro OA, Q6600 processor clocked to 3Ghz, (has been very stable), 8Gb DDR3 RAM, GT210 graphics, DVD/RW multi drive. 


Great little HTPC/media server or usable as a basic desktop if you chuck an SSD in.


$50 or offers.  No HDD/SSD included.  If you want to provide/pay for an SSD or HDD I'll happily install Windows or Linux for the buyer.


Also to sell or in some cases perhaps give away, please register your interest:


* 1U SuperMicro with Socket 775 C2D and 4 x 1Tb WD Green drives, SATA hot-swappable cages.  8Gb DDR3 RAM in 2Gb Modules. Good for media server or KVM/ProxMox/FreeNAS with a better CPU (the current one doesn't support VT-X - Q6600 does).  Have been running an identical server from the same rack for ~2 years with no issues.  As a 1U it is fairly loud, so probably not suitable for a living room etc.  Could part out RAM/Drives if the demand is there.


* Q6600 CPU, tape-modded for 3Ghz operation.  Good upgrade for "OEM" style machines with socket LGA775 (incl the 1U server, above)


* Other socket LGA775 CPUs (C2Ds, I think E8300 or E8400 - can confirm if interested)


* 1Gb and 2Gb DDR3 RAM modules suitable for HP SFF machines, would have to dig around to see exactly what I've got


* Broken dx7400 HP SFF - BIOS is corrupt as it failed during BIOS flash and it does not POST.  Have tried HP's "BIOS Recovery" and that seems to be dead as well. Could probably be reflashed with SPI (motherboard is by VIA). Good PSU.  Case is a little bent but serviceable. Nice heatpipe CPU cooler. No RAM, CPU, HDD, Optical. Socket LGA775


* DVD/RW Multi drive, 5 1/4" half height, SATA


* Socket LGA1156 i5-650 (currently in a machine, working perfect but upgrading to a Xeon)


* HannStar JG191A TFT monitor, D-SUB only, 4:3 ratio

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  # 1748610 27-Mar-2017 11:29
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Bump. Price drop on the PC to $50. Going on trademe later today if no interest.

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