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fritzman

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#275673 3-Sep-2020 11:22
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Have started ripping stuff out of the cupboard now... 

 

There's a mix of DDR1, 2 & 3 only - (edit... found some FBdimms & PC133 that are free if someone needs/wants them... just pay shipping).

 

Make and offer on specific sticks if you like.

 

Any of the stuff without heatsinks is untested but came out of a working PC, so should be fine.  Having said that, if you pay for ram and find it to be faulty, I will refund what you paid for the ram (not the shipping).

 

If you want a specific set/pair, say so... I don't mind you picking the best stuff and then I bin the rest, but it seems a shame for it to go to waste.

 

The G.SKILL stuff is great ram and is not fussy about boards.

 

The Perfect Storm tri-kit is also awesome ram.

 

If you want the lot... I will be very fair and reasonable.

 

 

 

I am in Tauranga.

 

 

 

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Found some FB-Dimms for those who are old enough to even remember what they are for lol... (you can have these for the cost of shipping if you want them).

 

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neb

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  #2556465 3-Sep-2020 16:07
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It's a bit hard to see in the photos but I thought I saw some 2GB DDR2 800Mhz in there... I'm after up to four 2GB DDR2 5300 or 6400 to try and keep my mother's ThinkCentre M57 going a bit longer.

fritzman

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  #2556510 3-Sep-2020 16:13
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neb: It's a bit hard to see in the photos but I thought I saw some 2GB DDR2 800Mhz in there... I'm after up to four 2GB DDR2 5300 or 6400 to try and keep my mother's ThinkCentre M57 going a bit longer.

 

If you click on the 2nd-bottom thumbnail, and then click it again (to zoom in), on the 24" screen, the detail is perfect, but anyway... there are 4 x G.Skill 2Gb sticks the same, with sequential serial numbers, all F2-6400CL5D-4GBPQ and as mentioned, I have always found the G.Skill sticks to be very non-fussy.

 

Drop me a line with what you are happy to pay + shipping, and we will get it done.


 
 
 
 


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  #2556592 3-Sep-2020 17:23
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How much for DDR3 2 or 4GB 667 please?


fritzman

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  #2556598 3-Sep-2020 17:39
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Make me a fair offer + shipping... I don’t have time to be hunting down something similar on Trademe and then taking a percentage off it. You can do that.
Bottom line is, if I put a price on stuff, it will be wrong high or low, so offer what you think is fair...

fritzman

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  #2556700 4-Sep-2020 07:54
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Had a few enquiries but nothing firm yet...

 

 

 

The Skip gets emptied today and is calling...

 

 

 

Anyone want the lot to play with for $160 shipped to non-rural NZ?  First in gets them. 

 

 

 

I figure the Blue G.Skill should be worth that alone, seeing there is a sequential serial set of 4 sticks among them.

 

 

 

Caveat... it will be couriered in anti-static bags, but in bunches per bag all standing the same way to avoid electronic damage, and in a box well protected from physical damage.


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  #2557360 5-Sep-2020 10:01
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Ok... going, going...

No one???

$100 plus shipping for the lot?

  #2557718 6-Sep-2020 08:38
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I don't particularly want them (I've got a large collection of old parts myself) but if you're really just going to throw them out I'd pay for postage to auckland... (PM me)

 

Else, I'd recommend just putting the whole lot onto trade me at $1 and see where they go.

 

Guess they're old and not so useful these days...

 

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