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Old 06-22-2005, 10:18 AM #1
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Alright, I'm not really looking to *sell* any of this, so I'm not posting prices. If there's something that you really really want but don't have anything to trade, pm me and we can work something out.

Here's a beginning list of what I got:

GONE!512MB Kingston Datataveler (used about twice, realized I really don't have any need for it, but it is very cool)GONE!

HP Journada 540 with Targus stowaway keyboard and docking station
(screen needs to be replaced, which means until then it is not operational, but it does boot up)

HP Deskjet 660Cse
I *think* it just needs ink, but it's being sold/traded as-is for now

Toshiba PCX1100U Cable Modem

1x 566 Intel Celeron
566/128/66/1.5v

1x generic socket 370 (P3 and cellys)
intel 815 chipset


1x 15GB WD Caviar 153AA
1x 10GB WD Caviar 102BA
1x 10GB Seagate ST310212A
2x 4GB WD Caviar
1x 3GB WD Caviar
2x 2GB WDs (I don't really expect anyone to want these smaller (2-4G) drives, so I'm not bothering testing them, so they're as is unless someone is really really interested in them)

I may also be able to give up my beloved PNY GeForce 3 ti200 if the offer is right (I don't expect it to be, but thought I'd throw it out there anyway)

I also have a bunch of NICs and a few modems, let me know if you want one, depending on how my day has been I might just send it to you for the cost of shipping.

Oh yeah, also have a couple pairs of HomeNetworking cards... these use your existing phone lines in your house to network your computers. Plug the computers into the wall as if the card were a modem and windows will detect them and set up the network. Pretty cool if you don't want to run network cable and are too poor to go wireless.

If there's anything else you're looking for, let me know, I might be able to find a good deal for you (free of charge naturally, doesn't cost me to be nice )

Not Computer:
1 pair 4"x6" car speakers (out of a 90 cutlass IIRC)

Should probably clarify... I'm looking to trade this stuff for 98c ups, low-end markers, or electro-pneumatic components like solenoid valves, pneumatic rams, etc. Let me know what you have, worst I can do is say no.
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Old 06-22-2005, 10:35 AM #2
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Ok since i'm not too good with computers tell me what graphic cards you have and how much mb they have.. I need one with atleast 32mb..
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Old 06-22-2005, 10:46 AM #3
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The GeForce 3 ti200 (best card nvidia's ever made IMHO) is the only video card I have available. But as I said, it has to be quite a deal for me to let go of it (because I'd have to go get a new video card :p )

Here's the specs on it though:
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PNY Verto GeForce3 Ti200 AGP
PNY Verto Graphics Cards will transform your graphic world into real life imagery.

The Verto GeForce3™ Ti 200 is a member of the new Titanium (Ti) series from PNY. It utilizes the proven NVIDIA nfiniteFX™ engine and enhanced 3D Textures and Shadow Buffer features for awesome visual effects in intense gaming and multimedia computing applications. The card's 256-bit graphics engine with Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ and HRAA (High-Resolution Antialiasing) produces scorching frame rates and fluid motion for heightened realism in intense gaming applications. The Verto GeForce3 Ti 200's 350MHz RAMDAC, 128-bit wide optimized DDR SDRAM memory interface and memory bandwidth of 6.4 GB/sec. generates unsurpassed 2D/3D graphics performance. The card's Vertex and Pixel Shaders heighten the visual drama by creating life-like environments, with custom lighting, textures and intense animation. The card delivers the fastest Direct3D® and OpenGL® acceleration in its class. The onboard TV-out and DVI functionality enables the option of big-screen gaming on a TV or digital monitor.

GeForce3 Ti 200 Video Card Specifications:
Graphic Engine: 256 bit
Core Clock Speed: 175MHz
Memory Chip Speed: 5ns
Memory Capacity: 64MB
Memory Interface: 64MB DDR RAM/128-bit wide
Memory Clock Speed: 400MHz (DDR)
Memory Bandwidth: 6.4GB/sec.
Fill Rate (Pixels/sec.) 700M pixels/sec; 1400M texels/sec.
Fill Rate (Peak-AA pixels) 2.8 billion AA pixels/sec
Triangles/sec. (Peak) 29M Triangles
Max. S-Video Out Resolution: 640x480
Max. Resolution: 2048x1536 @ 32-bit color
Universal nVidia Driver: Yes
Driver Cert. (WHQL): Yes
Warranty: Lifetime Replacement
Warning: Overclocking can be determined and will void your warranty

GeForce3 Ti 200 Video Card Specifications:

Verto GeForce3 Ti 200 AGP Graphics Cards At-A-Glance

* 64MB of double data rate (DDR) SDRAM memory.
* 6.4 GB/sec. memory bandwidth.
* Delivers the industry's best visual quality in high intensity graphic applications.
* Sleek, black and titanium-colored card.
* nfiniteFX Engine - Enables dynamic, breakthrough effects, which deliver the next leap into realistic 3D graphics. Provides superior visual effects including enhanced 3D Textures, Shadow Buffers, Vertex and Pixel Shaders for superior game play.
* Lightspeed Memory Architecture provides earth-shattering performance and fluid motion for complex scenes and visuals - delivering more than 800 billion operations (BOPS) - more than twice the performance available with standard GPUs.
* Shadow Buffers - Sophisticated image rendering technology enables characters and objects to cast realistic shadows, including self-shadowing, and the resulting shadow to have soft edges, maximizing realism.
* Superior 3D Textures - Enables textures to cut through objects for realistic wood grain or marbling.

Key Features & Benefits

* Detonator™ XP - Unified Driver Architecture guarantees forward and backward software driver compatibility across all implementations, simplifying upgrades to future NVIDIA hardware.
* High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP) turns the PC into a full-quality DVD player.
* TV-Out and Video Modules - Enables big-screen gaming.
* High-Resolution Antialiasing (HRAA) with Quincunx AA - Delivers a high level of detail and crisp, clean lines at high frame rates.
* AGP 4X/2X and AGP texturing support takes advantage of new methods of transferring 32-bit color textures and high-polygon-count scenes.
* Microsoft® DirectX® 8.1 Compatibility - Delivers the best performance and guarantees compatibility with all current and future applications and games.

Compatibility Designed to WHQL Standards:

* Windows XP, ME, 2000, 98, 95, Windows NT® 4.0 display drivers
* Microsoft® DirectDraw®, Direct3D, DirectVideo®, and ActiveX® drivers
* OpenGL 1.3 ICD for all systems listed above
* Complete Linux display and Open GL driver support
* Fully PC00, PC99 and PC99a compliant

Minimum System Requirements

* Intel Pentium® II, AMD K6-2® class processor or higher
* AGP 2.0 or higher expansion port
* 64MB system RAM
* CD-ROM drive
* 10MB available disk space
* Windows 95 OSR2, 98 or higher
* Windows NT4.0 with Service Pack 5 or 6

Warranty

* PNY offers a lifetime replacement warranty
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:02 AM #4
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I have a Black Gamecube With Portable LCD Screen(the 200 dollar one with built in speakers), two Wireless controllers, two Memory Cards, All needed wires for car or house, and Four Games.

Or I have an Impulse With Evil Respirator, Evil Bolt, Blade Magnetic Trigger... It just needs soldering for the solenoid... and it'll work fine...
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:21 AM #5
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Do you happen to have pics or more info on the soldering required for the solenoid? That's work I'm familiar with, but if it's super-fine I don't have much of a chance.
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:25 AM #6
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its not like on a ciruit board.. its really easy.. i've just been too lazy to get around to it because i have other guns i play with.
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:29 AM #7
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Alright. You've got yourself a deal. I'll even ship first because you have more trade feedback than I do (though I'd be happier if you'd ship when you get the confirmation # I'm not that uptight). Do you mind having an old cpu heatsink on it? It's a bit louder than the stock HSF and about double the height, but it cools MUCH better.
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i don't understand a single word you said on the second half of that convo..lol

Well will this fit into a emachines? its the model T2984
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Old 06-22-2005, 12:10 PM #9
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negative. T2984's do not have an AGP port.
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so it won't work on my computer??
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if you have a t2984, it wont.
T294's do not ahve an AGP port. You must have one for an AGP card.
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Old 06-23-2005, 12:17 AM #12
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That is very possible. Open your case and look at the motherboard (the really big circuit board that everything plugs into) At the bottom there should be several 2-6 white (though they may be another colour) slots. These are PCI slots. Above those there should be one slot set forward ~1" (toward the front of the case) it may be brown (though possibly another colour, again). If you have one, then you do have AGP. If you do not, you need a PCI graphics card.
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Old 06-23-2005, 08:41 AM #13
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up for the morn' may be able to find a PCI video card if you need it.

Edit: found a Radeon 7000 lying around. It's 32M and PCI.
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That is very possible. Open your case and look at the motherboard (the really big circuit board that everything plugs into) At the bottom there should be several 2-6 white (though they may be another colour) slots. These are PCI slots. Above those there should be one slot set forward ~1" (toward the front of the case) it may be brown (though possibly another colour, again). If you have one, then you do have AGP. If you do not, you need a PCI graphics card.
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T294's do not have an AGP port.
I got it from the website. The graphics are integrated, with 5 pci slots

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Old 06-23-2005, 09:09 AM #15
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Fell through entirely. Everything is still up for trade.
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Old 06-30-2005, 01:29 AM #17
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Old 07-01-2005, 08:50 AM #18
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up. If you have any interest in anything at all, let me know... willing to let this stuff go cheap. Otherwise it's gonna go in the trash.
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up... willing to sell at this point... no half-reasonable offer will be turned down this week only.
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