Minnesota - FS: mobo and proccessor

Discussion in 'Garage Sale' started by CHiLLaXen, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. CHiLLaXen

    CHiLLaXen hypnotika

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    Location:
    Minnesota
    Mobo:
    ASUS P4G800-V (retail)
    (never been used but package open)

    Proccessor:
    Pentium 2.4GHz A (retail)
    (never been used but package open)

    HSF:
    lost package but its copper material (probably sell with proccessor)

    The mobo and proccessor was suppose to be for a computer I was building for a friend of mine. The mobo was not flashed to the newest BIOS before it was sent to me so it cannot register the proccessor. I do not have a compatiable P4 cpu laying around to flash the mobo so I'm just going to sell these. I also have a copper HSF that I put on the proccessor that I'm selling.

    Name your price :)

    shipping will probably be $7-$15

    edit: I can only accept Paypal
     
  2. Steevo

    Steevo Spammer representing. Political User Folding Team

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    Will it support a Celery 2.0? (Just for a BIOS flash.)

    If so I might be interested. So far as price, I don't want to screw anyone, and don't want to get screwed. What did you pay?
     
  3. CHiLLaXen

    CHiLLaXen hypnotika

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    I got the mobo for 96.99 and the proccessor for 119.99 (both from newegg.com)

    Edit: Yes, the current BIOS will support the Celeron 2.0 as long as its P4 based
     
  4. CHiLLaXen

    CHiLLaXen hypnotika

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    Ok, well since no one has bought it yet, here is what I'll sell them for:

    Mobo: $78 OBO

    CPU: $100 OBO

    HSF: $15 OBO
     
  5. Elektro Slime

    Elektro Slime Harware Guru

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    nah the cpu is too much.......IMO u ppl get a used amd 2200+ for less then $50 its a lot faster!
     
  6. CHiLLaXen

    CHiLLaXen hypnotika

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    Yea, AMD CPUs are alot cheaper.
    Pentium proccessors are always more expensive, but got it cause that's what my friend wanted. ;)
     
  7. i dont know if you guys noticed but he said that's how much newegg is selling it for and newegg has cheaper products than any other place and he's taking out about 20 dollars from each product why are you guys saying it's too much, it think these prices are fine