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WhiteWolf December 11, 2012 07:25 AM

=Mostly RAM, but a few cards (2x vid, 1x sound)
 
Guys & Gals,

I'm new at unloading partial systems and small amounts of RAM, and this is basically 'salvage' to help me fund my new system. Most of my old one is already up and running for my neices & nephew, but it needs a video card that has a d-sub port (my donors are the two listed!)

Can you give me ballpark prices, if sold here/Kijiji/eBay (or any other locations if better?)

Here is the list, I CAN post pics of the items if thats an admin issue (please let me know before you erase it, I can click and upload inside 24h) I have included as much spec-wise as I could... and I'm hoping I can get the DDR tested today. The DDR2 OCZ stuff is tested and golden, as is the nVidia GeForce 9600GT.


DIMM RAM:

PN: D1D256M266U64D16C25 as 87L5IDL0-1LDG ( one piece )

CAS Latency: CL 2.5
Form Factor: 184 Pin DIMM
Memory Spec.Compliance: PC-2100
Memory Speed: ? MHz DDR 266
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 256 MB
Supply Voltage: 2.5 Volts
Technology: DDR SDRAM
RoHS Compliance: Non RoHS-compliant
Error Correction: None (Non ECC)
 
Kingston ValueRAM - KVR400X64C3A/1G ( one piece )

CAS Latency: CL 3
Form Factor: 184 Pin DIMM
Memory Spec.Compliance: PC-3200
Memory Speed: 400 MHz DDR
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 1 GB
Supply Voltage: 2.6 Volts
Technology: DDR SDRAM
Error Correction: None (Non ECC)
 
Samsung MDS512HA3AMNB1TR ( two pieces )

CAS Latency: unknown
Form Factor: 184-pin DIMM
Memory Spec. Compliance: PC-3200
Memory Speed: 400 MHz DDR
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 512 MB
Supply Voltage: unknown
Technology: DDR SDRAM
 
Rendition RM6464Z40B.8TFY ( two pieces )
 
CAS Latency: CL 3
Form Factor: 184 Pin DIMM
Memory Spec.Compliance: PC-3200
Memory Speed: 400 MHz DDR
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 512 MB
Supply Voltage: 2.5 Volts
Technology: DDR SDRAM
Error Correction: None (Non ECC)
 
OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 / NVIDIAŽ SLI-Ready Edition / 4GB (2x2048) Kit

PN: OCZ 2N800SR4GK ( two pieces )
CAS Latency: CL 5-4-4-15 (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS)
Form Factor: 240 Pin DIMM
Memory Spec.Compliance: PC2-6400
Memory Speed: 800 MHz DDR2
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 2x 2GB
Supply Voltage: 2.1Volts
Technology: DDR2 SDRAM
** OCZ Lifetime Warranty & SLI-Ready XTC Heatspreader **
 
OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 / Gold Edition / 4GB Dual Channel (2x2048) Kit

PN: OCZ2G10664GK ( two pieces )

CAS Latency: CL 5-6-6-18(CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS)
Form Factor: 240 Pin DIMM
Memory Spec.Compliance: PC2-8500
Memory Speed: 1066 MHz DDR2
Registered or Buffered: Unbuffered
Storage Capacity: 2x 2 GB
Supply Voltage: 2.1 Volts
Technology: DDR2 SDRAM
** OCZ Lifetime Warranty & Gold Layered Z3 XTC Heatspreader **
 
Boards:
 
ATi Radeon 9250 (AGP) w/ 256 MB, V/D/VO, DVI-I & VGA out, pn: 1024-TC13-05-SA

Sound Blaster Audigy2 ZS, pn: sb0350

ASUS nVidia GeForce EN9600GT (PCI-E 2.0) TOP / HTDI / 512M w/ Extreme Glaciator fansink.
 
Value estimates please?

I have receipts for the OCZ DDR2 & GT9600 (were part of my old system).

I'll also be posting on a prospective build in the relevant forum as well, looking for advice on components (Mobo/CPU/RAM/\PSU & Video Card.


Thanks, and glad to know we BeaverTailers have a place to chat!

WhiteWolf McBride,
Ottawa

Soullessone21 December 11, 2012 07:30 AM

Please contribute to the forum before requesting BST Advice :P

But honestly those are all old old items would say $5-10 for the 1 gb ddr and free for the lessers for the ddr2 $25-35 for the 800 and 35-55 for the 1066.

for the 9600gt I would say $20

The rest I have no clue

WhiteWolf December 11, 2012 04:50 PM

Thanks for the suggestions...

But the 'completed' prices via eBay on the DDR RAM was a ~bit~ more than 'nada'... and the used prices on the OCZ is a ~bit~ low (especially considering a 'Lifetime Warranty' issue.

And I'll try to contribute more... though I'm trying to rebuild my desktop after donating much of its guts to my nieces and nephew after theirs choked and died (Mobo and PSU toast, some salvage otherwise)

When I tried to add to the initial 'System Build Help' post, the system ATE my post. Uness Admin or a first-time reader can repost it for me, I'm going to have to recompose it, and thats not going to be pleasant. And as I've got medical appointments Wednesday morn and mid-day Thursday, it may be Friday before I can recompile/edit and repost it.

I used to be a tech (late 80's - early 90's) but got medically retired, so now my tech-duties are:
  • my own systems, one being rebuilt now, the other a Samsung R780 laptop;
  • my father's desktop (an HP Pavilion a805n) and laptop (HP G62) as e-reader/portable mail station;
  • my bro-in-law's HP G62 and the neices/nephews' system (now rebuilt with my old desktop guts)
  • and any of my friends and neighbors who can afford my inexpensive services.
So I may not be able to provide ~too~ much tech assistance, or decent contributions, as my uses for the beasts are mail, text-chatting, and FPS gaming like Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfare 1 & 2 and similar games. One of the first games I played on my first PC in the 90's was MechWarrior... took me a while to learn the 'tricks' to get the besty mechs by the end of the game.

I'll contribute when/where I can, but I'm more knowledgable as a R/C modeler than a tech these days (tanks, boats and buggies, all electric, with a few unusual ones thrown in)

Thanks,
WhiteWolf

Bond007 December 11, 2012 05:40 PM

Honestly those prices look close to me. Of course you can get more if you go on ebay or find someone willing to pay more local, but not going to happen on here for much more than that. You may manage 40- 50 for the 800 and possibly 60 if your lucky for the 1066, but ddr3 is so cheap now its not really worth investing much in older ram.

low351 December 12, 2012 06:17 AM

The lifetime warranty wouldn't count for much, especially if you have to pay postage to RMA. It's kind of like selling a house with a pool, it's nice but doesn't factor in to the selling price no matter how much the owner wants it to.

If your shopping old DDR2 memory I doubt you care too much about the speed either so I wouldn't pay more for 8500 vs 6400 I'd just take the better one if it's the same price more or less. So $60 for a new set + postage $65, I'd be offering about $35 for your best DDR2 2x2GB, at a stretch I'd go $40-45.

And you really can't compare eBay prices, they go from ridiculously cheap to overpriced. Several of the DDR2 sets have shipping charges of over $40, ridiculous.

In case your wondering, I do adhere to my own values, I just sold a 2x1GB DDR 6400 Mushkin set for $10 and some idiot has them on ebay for $88 + $20 shipping.

Dead Things December 12, 2012 11:19 AM

PN: D1D256M266U64D16C25 as 87L5IDL0-1LDG ( one piece ) ~ $1

Kingston ValueRAM - KVR400X64C3A/1G ( one piece ) ~ $2

Samsung MDS512HA3AMNB1TR ( two pieces ) ~ $2

Rendition RM6464Z40B.8TFY ( two pieces ) ~ $2
 
OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 / NVIDIAŽ SLI-Ready Edition / 4GB (2x2048) Kit ~ $25

OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 / Gold Edition / 4GB Dual Channel (2x2048) Kit ~ $30

ATi Radeon 9250 (AGP) w/ 256 MB, V/D/VO, DVI-I & VGA out, pn: 1024-TC13-05-SA ~ $5

Sound Blaster Audigy2 ZS, pn: sb0350 ~ $5

ASUS nVidia GeForce EN9600GT (PCI-E 2.0) TOP / HTDI / 512M w/ Extreme Glaciator fansink. ~ $20

Also, it might be useful to keep in mind that HWC is a forum comprised of computer enthusiasts, not ebay morons. Hence, you can only expect to get fair market value here.


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