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    Random Computer Parts

    I have some various, older computer parts that I wouldn't mind getting rid of:

    Pentium 4 Processor 1.4 GHZ, SOCKET 478, never overclocked - $10 + sh
    Various AGP and PCI Video cards 8-16 mb: $5 + sh
    Various Network Cards - $5 + sh
    CD ROM Drives - $5 + sh
    300 mhz CPU + Motherboard - $15 + sh
    Box of older harddrives, IDE anythign from 1.x GB - 3+ gb - $5-10 each + sh
    Heavy Duty Kingston Networking Switch (I believe its 8 cat5 slots) - $15 + sh
    2 Cases in good shape, no PS's - $5 + sh
    Various heatsinks/cpu fans and combos - $1 each + sh
    Windows 98SE CD with Manual/Cert. of Auth. - $20 + sh

    I have a case for the 300 Mhz CPU mobo, with a PSU, would include that for an extra $5 + shippage

    Also have an old 486DX complete computer - make offer

    P4 Desktop:
    2.0GHZ P4 CPU
    512 mb Ram
    40 GB HDD
    Geforce 3 AGP Card
    CDRW and CD Drive
    Case+PS
    Make an offer.


    I just need some of this stuff gone Anyone interested?







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    Re: Random Computer Parts

    "Before the 486 chip was introduced in June 1989, many said the chip was so powerful that it probably would be used only in superpowerful computers for niche applications. Not so. A 486 is currently the ultimate in desktop PC power, and the prices are often much more reasonable than you might think."

    486 for the win

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    Re: Random Computer Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by sundownz View Post
    "Before the 486 chip was introduced in June 1989, many said the chip was so powerful that it probably would be used only in superpowerful computers for niche applications. Not so. A 486 is currently the ultimate in desktop PC power, and the prices are often much more reasonable than you might think."

    486 for the win

    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m...i_8855718/pg_3
    lol, thanks for the good laugh

    The 486 has higher-end upgrades put into it. If I remember correctly, it had a hot 486DX cpu in there




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    Re: Random Computer Parts

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