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Master Geek


#226372 4-Jan-2018 17:27
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Hi everyone, with Christmas and such, everyone in my family's computers got an upgrade so I've got some leftover parts to sell. All prices are negotiable of course.

 

I can ship stuff out but if you live in the Tararua region or Hawkes' Bay/Manawatu (So Napier/Hastings or Palmy North, since both areas are only about an hour from me) I can do pickup.

 

Core i3-3240 + Asus P8H61-M LE Micro ATX combo (prefer not to sell seperately since I don't have boxes for any of this): $75
2x2GB DDR3-1366 Low Profile Kingston dimms: $20
Cheapo Chinese "Yeong Yang" YY-3606 Micro ATX Case: $10
160GB 5200RPM 2.5" HDD: $15 (Can preload Windows trial on it)

 

If it was preferable to someone, I can sell all of this together as a complete computer with Windows 7 for $120 (that would be chucking in the Windows 7 License that currently is on the side of the case, which if I sold it seperately I was going to remove and put on my current PC).

 

Postage I'm going to guesstimate would be around $20 for couriered for anything apart from the HDD or the RAM, which would be $10 ish if I use a prepaid bag from NZ Post.

 

I do have this listed on a Facebook buy and sell group for Dannevirke but to be honest people in Dannevirke are mostly tech illiterate and are fine with cheapo laptops.

 

I would also be interested in swapping all this for 2x 4GB DDR4-2133 sticks, preferably crucial branded (just the cheapo stuff) since I want to upgrade my ryzen PC.

 

EDIT: I've just remembered I've also got a GeForce 210 and a Radeon HD5450 lying around, pretty terrible cards but decent for a machine for watching movies on for example. I'll do $5 each on those since they are junk, as well as I have a Intel Desktop Board for LGA 775, full ATX, with a Pentium Dual Core in it and 4GB of DDR2, that I would be happy to sell for $35-40.


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  #1929241 4-Jan-2018 17:32
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  #1929406 4-Jan-2018 19:27
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How about $80 for the Core i3-3240 + Asus P8H61-M LE Micro ATX combo 2x2GB DDR3-1366 Low Profile Kingston dimms and I pick up? I have a case that should work, I don't need the OS and I don't want the HD.

 

 





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  #1929411 4-Jan-2018 19:47
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Rikkitic:

 

How about $80 for the Core i3-3240 + Asus P8H61-M LE Micro ATX combo 2x2GB DDR3-1366 Low Profile Kingston dimms and I pick up? I have a case that should work, I don't need the OS and I don't want the HD.

 

 

 

 

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  #1929536 4-Jan-2018 23:51
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Sold pending payment.


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Ultimate Geek


  #1929609 5-Jan-2018 09:18
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Do you stll have the GeForce 210? It it a passive cooler? Also, does it come with full height or low profile bracket?








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  #1929736 5-Jan-2018 11:08
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I actually have 2, both are passively cooled, both have full height brackets but I can have a look around and see whether I've got the low-profile bracket but there's a high chance i dont.


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  #1929753 5-Jan-2018 11:29
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I would be keen on one of the 210's if you can post to Hamilton?






 
 
 
 




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Master Geek


  #1939061 15-Jan-2018 14:00
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bonkas:

 

I would be keen on one of the 210's if you can post to Hamilton?

 

 

Sorry about the delay in getting back to you but I went to test these cards and the spare one I have (one of the 2 is in my HTPC for video playback) appears to have died. You might want to get one through somewhere like trademe since there are usually tons of 210s on there.


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