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#87786 7-Aug-2011 10:27
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this is just for the parts. no case or software discs. i had it running with linux mint and all the eye candy effects on, and it was a trooper.

I am selling my old setup.

Intel Core 2 Duo E6320

Asus P5VDC-MX has ddr2 slots on it and has sata

seagate 7200.7 120 gb hdd

wd 40 gb

Radeon 9800 SE, 128mb, Has a dirty great zalman cooler on it.

and 1.5gb of ddr.

I also have a nvidia fx5200 which i will throw in for free. 

and some heat sink paste.

and it has an avc copper core heatsink - it works really well. (i didnt over clock it though. the mobo didnt allow it)

 

i know that its an older system, with the 775, agp, and ddr, but it runs windows 7 quite happily and would be a great upgrade from a p4 which runs xp or something, especially with some ddr2. especially with windows 7 only being 157 dollars at the moment. 

 

please buy this someone!

*NOTE* it needs a new cmos battery, doesnt save settings when power is lost.

$120 or nearest offer.

or swap for video card or monitor (make me an offer) 

 

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crshbndct

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  #502930 7-Aug-2011 10:56
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PLEASE NOTE: 40GB hdd and fx5200 are no part of this anymore (see below)

 

i tried to edit it, but it wouldnt let me.

i will sell the whole setup with a 15" lcd monitor, windows xp pro installed and licensed, in a black tower case for $200 with a cdrw drive too.

 

also i have for free:

 

 

must pick up from whangarei. (or get a courier to pick up, or i guess i could find out how much for shipping, but probably not worth it with the monitor)

p4 2.8, 512mb ram, 17" crt, in a beige tower, i am going to use the 40 gb hdd and fx5200 and put this together for someone to have a fully running free pc. with xp installed (licensed) has a cd-rw drive too

 

 

 

 

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