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Old October 20, 2008, 07:57 PM
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Here we go guys/gals, time to get rid of some of my buried treasures. All prices are OBO and shipping is dependent on what/where and is paid by the buyer. Local pickup in the Ottawa region available. You can look up my seller ratings on ebay under Varroa1, RFD under Varroa (100% positive for both) and now on Heatware under Varroa! I accept Paypal, EMT and cash only.

So with out further ado here is my list:

AM2 Athlon 5050e LOW POWER dual core CPU @ 2.66 Ghz (45 watts). $40 > $30

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5050e - ADH5050IAA5DO (ADH5050DOBOX)

775 Pentium dual core E2200 @ 2.2 Ghz. $30 > $20

ARK | IntelŪ PentiumŪ Processor E2200 (1M Cache, 2.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)

Corsair 2 x 2 GB DDR 3 SODIMM (DDRIII-1333). $30

Generic 2 x 1 GB DDR3 SODIMM (DDRIII-1333). $10

Generic 2 x 1 GB DDR@ SODIMM (DDRII-800). $10

Enzotech VR heatsinks, $7 a piece (never used)

mATX AM2+ system with Athlon X2 (somewhere around 2.4 Ghz). $50 (video card not included, just the board, CPU and HSF) I will add in 2 x 1 GB DDRII 800 ram now!!!!!

ECS Web Site > GeForce6100PM-M2 (V2.0)

Scythe 2.5" x 2 bay adapter for SSDs. $7

FSP (by Sparkle) 400 Watt PSU $20

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ATI 3650 PCIe video card with passive Arctic Cooling Heatsink $20 SOLD
AMD 939 FX-60, Asrock dual sata 939 board, 4x1 GB DDR 400 OCZ Platinum ram $155 SOLD
Primochill Tubing (antibacterial 3/8 ID, 5/8 OD). $8 SOLD
Low power AMD HTPC system. $60 SOLD
Various thickness thermal pads. $5 (SOLD)
Various watercooling barbs, connectors, silver coil, etc $30 (SOLD)
Swifteck res (new version). Some hardware missing (as is). $10 (SOLD)
Swiftech pump (as is). $10 (SOLD)
Fill ports. $7 each -> $5 each (SOLD)

1 Swiftech 120.2 rad. $20 (SOLD)
1 Thermochill 120.1 rad. Mounting hardware and 3/8 ID barbs included. $25 (SOLD)
1 Sappire ATI 9600XT AGP card. $10 (SOLD)
1 Swiftech microres (no barbs) (rev 1). $10 (SOLD)
1 D-teck DB-1 watercooling pump (no barbs). $15 (SOLD)
1 Sapphire ATI x700 AGP card. $15 (SOLD)
1 Brand new Hauppauge Win TV PVR 150 TV Tuner MPEG2 Hardware Encoder OEM. $25 (SOLD)
3 x 512mb SDRAM PC133 ($10 each) (SOLD)
Various 256, 128 SDRAM PC133 ($2 each) (SOLD)
1 Swiftech H20-120 watercooling kit. Everything included except for the fan. The block/pump (Apogee Drive) was used for 2 months but the rest hasn't been touched. $60 (SOLD)
1 Asus TV tuner card with software. Used and working. $10 (SOLD)
1 ATI Remote wonder. Hardly used. $20 (SOLD)
1 x Brand new swiftech MICRO res $15 (SOLD)
300 watt generic powersupply (SOLD)
various plastic WC barbs $0.50 each (SOLD)
40 Gig Ultra DMA 100 IDE Seagate drive $10 (SOLD)
1 Zalman Socket A flower HSF. All hardware included. $10 (SOLD)
1 Sapphire 9600 pro 128mb AGP video card with new HSF $20 (SOLD)
1 10/100/1000 Generic PCI nic with software. Does offload of load on the card. $15 (SOLD)
1 x ATI AIW 9200 AGP, all accessories included ($20) -> $15 (SOLD)
1 Socket A Athlon 800Mhz (100 FSB) $5 -> (SOLD)
1 pair Linksys High Gain antennas (shown next to the regular sized WRT54G ones). $20 -> $15 (SOLD)
2 boxes of Ultra 400Mhz DDR 2-3-2-5 ram (2x512 in each box). Never overclocked and comes in wooden cases ($35 each box) -> $25 (SOLD)
1 Front X front panel connector (plugs into rear ports on computer). $5 SOLD
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Old October 20, 2008, 08:41 PM
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I'm from NCR as well, only if you have 750 watts or up powersupply. AHHHHH....
Please provide the model number for WinTV 150 thanks. I found one version which requires XP MCE. Is that the one?
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Old October 21, 2008, 03:55 AM
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Woops, H20-120 Kit will go for $60.

I don't have any powersupplies over 400 watts, sorry.

The winTV is model # 150 NCIX.com - Buy Hauppauge Win TV PVR 150 TV Tuner MPEG2 Hardware Encoder OEM - 1042A In Canada.

This model does not require MCE and will work in Vista and regular XP (and linux apparently).
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Which H20-120? The one with the Apogee Drive (pump and block are one) or the other version (where the pump and CPU block are separate)? If it's the latter, I'll take it.
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Swiftech is the pump/block combined version (Apogee Drive).
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Which H20-120? The one with the Apogee Drive (pump and block are one) or the other version (where the pump and CPU block are separate)? If it's the latter, I'll take it.
The pump can be converted to a standalone pump with a aftermarket top
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Old October 21, 2008, 06:22 AM
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The pump can be converted to a standalone pump with a aftermarket top
Neat. Thanks for the heads up Xil!
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