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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 79145 13-Mar-2011 18:20
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I am leaving NZ this week so my collection of computers has to go.

These computers are a mixture or some that work and some that were bought for the cases, so I could rebuild other parts into them.

My computers

I will try to describe each one and its condition.

1. I think it is some sort of HTC. It is in a "Antec Design" case but the cover is missing.
* 40GB HDD
* DVD Rom
*TV Tuner (brand unknown)
Celeron 2.8

2. 4 x Dell desktops.
2 x GX270 P4 2.4
2 x GX280 P4 2.8
One has no PSU and another one's PSU races when turned on.
All have windows XP COA's

3. Dell GX520 case.  its only a case but has a Windows XP COA

4. 5 towers
Some work, some were bought for the cases only.
All have motherboards and CPU's of some description. 2 actually work well.

I could go into more detail but the post would be too long.

I am asking $200 for the lot or give me your best offer.

I am in Christchurch so you would have to be as well to pick them up as I dont have time to organise freight anywhere.

THIS IS A JOB LOT. I WILL NOT SEPARATE.

Give me your best offer, you never know.

Pickup is in Avonhead area




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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 448043 13-Mar-2011 19:45
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Further to the description...
None have HDD's or Ram.
Some take DDR and some take DDR2




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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 448221 14-Mar-2011 14:34
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Ok the movers come tomorrow so I am open to all offers!

No time to put them on trademe or anything.




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  Reply # 448474 15-Mar-2011 10:19
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OK running out of time so first one to offer $50 gets the lot!




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Earthquakes. Shift Happens.



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  Reply # 448560 15-Mar-2011 14:05
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Could a mod please delete this post as the items are sold.

Cheers




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