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# 41121 10-Sep-2009 12:26
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Hey,

I have had this PC sitting here for a couple of months doing nothing so got some new parts to get it up and running again and am offering it for sale.

2nd Hand Parts (All approx 3 years old):

- AMD Athlon64X2 3800+ Skt 939 CPU & Fan
- MSI K8N SLI Mainboard
- WD 160GB SATA HDD
- ATX Black/Silver Case
- ViewSonic 17" LCD
- Windows XP Home OEM COA (Sticker on case)
- MS Office XP Pro (Upgrade CD which can be used to upgrade from Offce 97/2000 and also MS Works I think)

New Parts:

- Adata 1GB (2x 512MB) DDR400 RAM - Running in Dual-Channel Mode
- Enermax 355W PSU
- Asus 9600GSO 512MB PCIe video card
- Asus USB Keyboard & Mouse

Everything is running great with a fresh install of Windows XP Home SP3 and all drivers etc.

Cheers

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  # 255041 11-Sep-2009 16:00
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Offers?

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  # 255047 11-Sep-2009 16:12
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what you looking for and are you willing to part?

 
 
 
 


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  # 255060 11-Sep-2009 16:42
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How much for the 9600?

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Andrew



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  # 255065 11-Sep-2009 17:24
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boby55: How much for the 9600?

Cheers

Andrew


Yea I would prefer to sell the system as one rather than the indivdual parts.

The new parts are worth around $350 together (going by PriceSpy) so what would the rest of the system add to that do you think?

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  # 255067 11-Sep-2009 17:31
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You'd probably looking at $400-500 for that system, (by trademe prices) but if you don't sell this would you be interested in selling parts? I'm keen on the screen and graphics card

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