Where are the retro bargains? List here!

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  1. BuuBox

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    :lol: it was up for seconds!

    Nah not grabbing it, feel free to repost, couldn't work out postage options so wasn't sure it was worth posting.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/141945025487
     
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    Nice, cheap for a 486 laptop!
     
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    US $31.13
    Sold
     
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    I posted it as I figure lower speed Thunderbird Socket A processors are a good alternative to trying to put together a 1 GHz Slot A system.

    Edit: In which case, you'd probably go for this - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/272122077877
     
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    the 1133 is a AXIA stepping. iirc, with a small volt bump these would clock to 1600mhz
    my 1200 AXIA did 1600 reliably, but even a few MHZ over and it was blue screen valley
     
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    I'm hesitant to call this retro but ive seen the socket 939 gear mentioned so this could make a good bundle for someone, starting from $1 PP.

    2x DFI motherboards,LP UT NF4 SLI-DR
    -P/N: NF4S91-300, Missing some cables
    -P/N: NF4S91-200
    1x Asus motherboard
    _A8N32-SLI
    2x pair DDR-400
    -Coasiar-CMX1024-3200C2
    -OCZ-OCZ24DD204BELDCPE-K
    4x AMD Athlon64 939 CPU's
    Athlon64 FX55-ADAFX55DAA5BN
    Athlon64 X2 -ADA4200DAA5BV
    Athlon64-ADA4000DAA5BN
    Athlon64-ADA3000DIK4B1
    Heatsink, 2x misc DDR

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/DFI-Lanp...087075?hash=item41a87495e3:g:mUIAAOSwjMJXCesn
     
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    That's a lovely s939 bundle :thumbup:
     
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    Yea. Missing RAM at the back of the card.
     
  17. shaneb74

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    Yeah from googling that's why I say 8meg card. Not missing, just the difference between an 8 meg card and 12 meg card.
     
  18. BuuBox

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    If you're keen you can solder on more RAM to get to 12MB.
     
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    Never mix work with browsing OCAU, I didn't see the "Yea" part of that and only read it as saying it was missing RAM lol I should probably go back and get more work done to be honest :)
     
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    I know everyone has moved on to later gear, but for those that are interested this guy seems to be selling his collection.

    He has has a MT-32 ($75 obo) and SCC1 listed ($195 obo)

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