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Topic # 83584 19-May-2011 00:41
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Aywun Black tower case, ASUS M3A78-EH motherboard, 2 gb kingston ram , 500GB Hd , Dvd Writer 400w psu with mild internal case mod and px7900 gtx tdh Graphics card will Come with fresh install of windows 7 64 bit
also has spare Am2 motherboard and case and red alert 3 premium edition all for $700 Ono i would suggest pick up But up to you.

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  Reply # 470890 19-May-2011 00:47
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also if you dont want windows 7 there is linux os if you want to choose

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  Reply # 470901 19-May-2011 06:38
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Would it be cheaper with the linux os?

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  Reply # 470912 19-May-2011 07:54
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Is this Windows 7 OEM? If it's OEM are you providing the sticker? If it's not OEM are you providing the original DVDs and serial numbers with the appropriate case?






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  Reply # 470979 19-May-2011 10:35
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yup il give for 600



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  Reply # 471010 19-May-2011 11:30
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sorry yes thats with sticker and for linux os its $600

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  Reply # 471056 19-May-2011 12:43
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haha, so I could buy it for $600 and still get the license for Win 7 :P (Since OEM is tied to the hardware you can't remove it)



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  Reply # 471184 19-May-2011 16:20
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no $600 was the price if it had linux installed



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  Reply # 471186 19-May-2011 16:21
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oh i just got what you meant sorry in that case offrs over $650

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  Reply # 471211 19-May-2011 16:59
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This Guy tried selling some stuff over at gpforums and got caught in a couple of lies. Buyer beware!

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  Reply # 471346 19-May-2011 22:09
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yes that's half true i did try and sell stuff on there but most of my threads kept getting swamped with abusive messages so i kept making new threads but same thing happened so i tried to sus it out with the moderators but they didn't do anything it happened so much i lost my patience with the site i also did say pick up is welcomed and that it could be seen before it was purchased i was also swamped with racist abuse i was called a thief and one of the post said the cops were on there way to my place yup they came but was a waste of there time they said so yea its up to you if you trust me or not



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  Reply # 472040 21-May-2011 23:23
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the price is staying $700

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  Reply # 472073 22-May-2011 08:23
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Errm noone will be interested now, you offered it at $650 and now put the price up ? Good luck....




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  Reply # 472389 22-May-2011 15:16
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OK il Leave the price at $650 no higher no lower

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