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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 229107 7-Feb-2018 21:08
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Heya,

 

 

 

I have 2 PC's free to a good home (or two). Please only people who have a genuine use, preferably a school student who wants an old PC to tinker around with.

 

 

 

First PC:

 

Was a good gaming PC - ran BF4 on max settings

 

Lian Li case
Radeon HD 5870
i5 750 OC'd @ 3.7gh/z with aftermarket HSF
4GB ram
DVD drive
Does not come with PSU or HDD

 

Note: my PSU blew on this PC 18 months ago, I havne't checked the components, but it was a respectable PSU so I hope the parts have survived.

 

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Second PC:

 

Some core2duo processor
2 or 4GB ram (not sure, though I think 2GB)
Decent silverstone PSU
DVD drive
Just needs a HDD and good to go
Ran pretty well with windows 7

 

 

 

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Located just outside of Waimauku (AKL), though could meet in Ponsonby also


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  Reply # 1953334 7-Feb-2018 21:42
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PM sent Itey.




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  Reply # 1953341 7-Feb-2018 21:48
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  Reply # 1953357 7-Feb-2018 22:32
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Crap that first PC whilst older will make a great PC. I really hope it went to somebody deserving and gets put to good use!





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