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Topic # 82588 2-May-2011 20:17
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Features:
- Black/Silver Mid-tower case
- Intel Pentium 4 3.06GHz CPU
- 2.00GB RAM
- 808GB Western Digital Hard Drive (747GB formatted)
- ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 256MB Memory (Dedicated graphics on 8x AGP bus)
- 400W Power Supply
- DVD & CD-RW Drive
- Running a fresh, updated install of Windows XP Professional

Currently listed on trademe http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=373364769

Im not too sure what its worth tbh, so feel free to make me an offer :) Was hoping in the $200-$300 ballpark

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  Reply # 464763 3-May-2011 09:51
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if you get $200 for it your very lucky

i got a faster computer like this near new looking for free but it did only have 160gb hdd

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  Reply # 464772 3-May-2011 10:10
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Unfortunately P4's are past their use-by date as such, I also picked up a P4 2.4 with 2gb RAM and 80gb hdd for free last week - paid $20 for a 7600GT vid card to go into it.

Can I just ask why it has such an odd sized HDD ? :) Or is it meant to be 80GB HDD formatted to 74GB ? :)




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  Reply # 464824 3-May-2011 12:37
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Man technology depreciation/obsolescence is depressing!
Ill drop the price for the remainder of the auction and see if I get any bites, then I might swap out the goodish parts (HDD & GPU) and sell the case and guts for $1 res.

The HDD was just on special so I got it, its 808.8GB on the label and works out to ~750gb formatted. Ask western digital why lol

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  Reply # 464897 3-May-2011 15:04
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Ah right, 750 makes more sense :D

And yeah, its scary how fast tech depreciates these days. Id be happy with a basic dual core CPU at the moment, and most people laugh at me :-p




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  Reply # 464984 3-May-2011 19:51
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xpd: Ah right, 750 makes more sense :D

And yeah, its scary how fast tech depreciates these days. Id be happy with a basic dual core CPU at the moment, and most people laugh at me :-p


yeah my pc im on now is intel core 2 duo @ 2.60GHZ 2gb ram 320gb NVIDIA GeForce 8400

i own a i7 with 16gb ram 2tb hdd ect but i never use it yet



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  Reply # 465357 4-May-2011 17:05
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Managed to sell it for $120 - Im happy with that considering

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