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skyplonk

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#243098 26-Nov-2018 17:54
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Hi All, 

 

I have a couple of projects I am working on an looking for some free or cheap PC parts. 

 

1. A socket 1155 CPU - does not need to be high spec. A Celeron or Pentium would be OK, maybe an i3

 

2. An old socket 478 system (Ram, Mobo and CPU).

 

Open to any ideas/offers

 

Thanks!

 

 


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  #2134810 26-Nov-2018 18:03
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I've got a Pentium G2020T (I think) pulled from a HP Microserver - https://ark.intel.com/products/71069

 

Socket 1155 (well, FCLGA1155). If it suits you're welcome to it. I'm located in Wellington.





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  #2134812 26-Nov-2018 18:11
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@michaelmurfy That would be perfect! Will PM you. 


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  #2134852 26-Nov-2018 18:50
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skyplonk:

 

2. An old socket 478 system (Ram, Mobo and CPU).

 

 

I'll have a hunt, I may not have thrown out all of these.





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