Retro hardware give-away thread

Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by mike-s, Mar 11, 2012.

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  1. jeremybh1

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    Super P3TSSA

    Super P3TSSA Motherboard with Intel Pentium 3 approx 1.2Ghz and RAM.
    Never used but has a fine dust on it, easily wiped/blown off. Comes with matching ATX case port plate!
    The previous owner said it was the fastest P3 released just before the P4 came out.

    Must be picked up in Canberra - do not ask me interstate please I'm too tired to co-ordinate

    Photos available on request
     
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  2. jeremybh1

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    EIZO GS310 RadiForce 55cm Monochrome LCD monitor.
    Unqiue, medical imaging monochrome monitor. Not exactly commodore 64 retro but its cool.

    EDIT: TAKEN! So glad it's found a new home
     
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  3. shirl

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    ok i have so much SK,A stuff here im going to give away one of old motherboards,cpu,and a set of ram 1st in gets it either pickup or post"you pay" lol

    1x Asus A7N8X-X
    1Xits a 2600 or 2800+@3200+ 2.2g
    2x256mb ocz3500el,s match pair..
    and yes io plate stock hsf

    i bought this new for my niece years ago so she could have a pc...
     
  4. shane41

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    kazimatiz Member would jump all over this.
    He's hard keen on socket A's
     
  5. shirl

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    i i have about 10 SK A boards most hi end suff i dont mind som1 getting it hopefully use it and they are a nice board for overclocking trust me gets a decent FSB out of them
     
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    1x Asus A7N8X-X
    1Xits a 2600 or 2800+@3200+ 2.2g
    2x256mb ocz3500el,s match pair..
    and yes io plate stock hsf

    gone via pm...
     
  7. JidaiGeki

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    Have an NFS-7 V2.0 to giveaway, but it's got an issue - it doesn't work with Athlon XPs. It's got a BIOS updated with the latest Silicon Image SATA BIOS, which supports 2TB drives, and a brand new Northbridge fan. Will throw in a couple of XP CPUs, a 1700 and a 2500, and possibly some 256MB or 512MB DDR sticks, depending on what I can find. No IO shield, drivers or manuals though.

    Pickup preferred but will post.
     
  8. shirl

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    I'll take it where u located at
     
  9. Mickatroid

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    Does anyone need a composite video multiplier? It is an active box that lets a single composite signal go eight ways with audio. It's new. Long story involving an ebay stuff up.
     
  10. macplus

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    Nobody want this stuff? Brisbane 4060 pickup.

    Have IBM P75 and HP laser printer left. Computer works, has Win95 installed along with sound card, network card hard drive etc. Missing front flap and can't get floppy to read disks. Printer comes with install disks.

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  11. MUTMAN

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    hey macplus, not interested in the ibm or the hp, but if you are getting rid of the technics speakers i'd be interested :)
     
  12. macplus

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    Sorry man but the speakers have gone. They were actually quite nice but I had no use for them anymore.
     
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    all good :) thanks anyways.
    good luck with the giveaways of the other gear :)
    :thumbup:
     
  14. BuuBox

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    Someone should be interested in the P75!

    What's the first connector (to the right) on the sound card?
     
  15. macplus

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    I had a look but don't know- you mean the plastic covered connector?

    Had a closer look at the back- looks like there are 2 network connectors too.
     
  16. BuuBox

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    Yeah - almost looks like a optical SPDIF door/flap which would be remarkable on an old ISA (?) sound card.
     
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    It is a 56k modem.
     
  18. dirkmirk

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    That looks like an optical connection, what else would it be on a soundcard.
     
  19. shane41

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    Looks like a plain old sticker. Why have no metal surround. !!
     
  20. BuuBox

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    The first expansion card is a modem, the second is a network card, the third is a sound card.
     
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