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05-28-2015, 05:53 AM
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I just disassembled my older computer and I'm selling parts of it.

I've already put some of them on eBay and some others on craigslist. The price is negotiable. If someone is interested, just pm me and I'll remove the parts of interest from eBay.

1. 6 hot swap mobile racks. $35

2. Abit KT7A-RAID Socket A AMD Motherboard Working including AMD Athlon 1.2 GHz Thunderbird CPU. See the pictures on eBay link. $100

3. Matrox G550 Multi-monitor graphics card. Part number G55MADDA32DB. You can use dual monitor or a monitor and TV-Out via composite or S-Video. See the pictures on eBay link. $25

4. Mitsumi 3.5" Internal Floppy Disk Drive for Desktop Computers. Part number D359M3D. $23

5. Full computer tower on wheels: codegen s101 silver steel case. This is for pickup only. I am not shipping it unless the buyer wants to cover the shipping charges. See the pictures on craigslist link. $100

Except for the computer tower I can try to get free shipping within US, but can't guarantee it.
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Heh heh ... you don't see many floppy drives for sale these days. I keep one around myself.


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05-28-2015, 06:06 AM
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LOL. My computer was old. I built it in 2001 and it served well. Full tower. Now that I don't have floppies any more, it's a good idea to get rid of the drive. Same thing with VCRs.
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