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Master Geek

# 261378 24-Nov-2019 10:56
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Having a cleanout of some old gear. Let me know by PM if you would like it. Only 2 rules:


You have to take everything


Pickup only, in a timely fashion


Cyclone tower case with Asus P5N7A-VM mobo  + proc + 4GB ram (no power supply or HDD)
Microsoft basic keyboard 
Netgear 108Mbps wireless router WGT624
Level 1 wireless router WBR6020N_Max
Cisco small business pro wireless router SRP521W
TP-Link ADSL2+ modem router TD-W8960N
TP-Link ADSL/VDSL modem router TD-W9980
Logitech 1.3 Megapixel webcams x2
GeForce PCX video cards x2
Corsair CMP4GX3M2A1600C8 2x2GB ram
WinTV-HVR-3000 TV tuner card
WinTV HVR-2200 TV tuner card
WinTV Nova-S-Plus TV tuner card
WinTV-PVR-150 TV tuner cards x2
Hauppage remotes x2
WMC remote
Panasonic TY-CC20 camera
Digitus KVM switch
plus numerous cables and odds & ends


Everything was working when it was unplugged.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 2360064 24-Nov-2019 13:22
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Try postage, no one lives in matamata

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Uber Geek

  # 2360131 24-Nov-2019 16:14
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I am planning of driving through the Waikato this week, probably Friday.  Would you wait until then?



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Ultimate Geek

  # 2360139 24-Nov-2019 16:57
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sdavisnz: Try postage, no one lives in matamata

That's a massive amount of stuff for OP to package, given he is willing to give it away for free.

Matamata can be on the way for a lot of high volume north island driving routes. (auckland to tauranga / rotorua / taupo / Napier / Welington), so there is a reasonable chance somebody passing through wants a freeby.

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Master Geek

  # 2360140 24-Nov-2019 16:59
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@timbosan, I've sent you a PM


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  # 2360216 24-Nov-2019 21:47
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If you're willing to allow pickup of a subset of that, I'd be interested in the MB + graphics card + KVM switch + one of the routers for my parents' dying PC...

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Master Geek

  # 2360369 25-Nov-2019 10:58
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All sorted, chaps. thanks for your interest.

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