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CYaBro

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#32149 14-Apr-2009 17:36
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Hey,

I have a Silverstone GD02B HTPC case that is no longer needed.
You can see more info here:
http://www.playtech.co.nz/product.php?action=showdetail&id=4680

It is in as new condition as it was only used in for a few months then I stole all the bits from inside it :D
Will be supplied in original box with packaging.

Brand new they are worth just over $200 but open to offers.

Cheers

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CYaBro

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  #208290 21-Apr-2009 09:28
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No offers?

It will go on TradeMe sometime today otherwise. :)

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  #208601 22-Apr-2009 17:06
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Hello

is this case in NZ? Cheers

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  #208610 22-Apr-2009 17:37
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Whangarei bro!

$180 plus freight?

They are about $320 new not $200 as I said earlier.  Can check Pricespy.



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#208633 22-Apr-2009 18:49
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Was fooled by your Aussie Flag

No psu with this?

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  #208636 22-Apr-2009 18:52
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You also mentioned that you pulled all the bits, is the HD rack and fans still there?

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  #208725 23-Apr-2009 08:44
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No PSU.
All the bits are there, HDD frame with rubber grommits, two rear fans and the optical drive bracket.

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  #208732 23-Apr-2009 08:58
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Could you do $150?



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  #208741 23-Apr-2009 09:30
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That's a beautiful case, well worth $180-$200.  Wish I still had a HTPC :(

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  #208757 23-Apr-2009 10:36
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Its a great looking case. Only marginally better than the HP SFF 4yo case i suffer with currently.............listening closely - those are my fans you hear 


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