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New I'm broke post! This time with pics! & Prices!

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by ScrapinSi, Aug 28, 2004.

  1. ScrapinSi

    ScrapinSi Senior Member

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    Here we go...

    AMD Athlon XP1900+ CPU, fan, & heatsink... Has about 30 seconds on it. $50 shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/athlon1900.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/athlon19002.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/athlon19003.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/athlon19004.JPG

    Intel Motherboard with P2-350 CPU, 512k cache, 128mb RAM, onboard sound. $30 shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/intelboard.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/intelboard2.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/intelboard3.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/intelboard4.JPG

    2 128mb ECC 168 pin SDRAM. ***SOLD!***

    Old School Team Associated RC10GT Rolling Chassis... $30 shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/rc10gt.JPG
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/rc10gt2.JPG

    Acura Integra Shift Boot with Mounting Bracket. $12 shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/itrboot.JPG

    1996 Chevy Blazer Radio with Tape Player... Fits blazers, jimmys, cavaliers, monte carlos, etc... $22 shipped.
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/blazerradio.JPG

    3com 3c905TX Network card.. $7 Shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/3c905tx.JPG

    S3 Trio 64v+ Video Card, 1mb... $6 Shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/s3trio.JPG

    Diamond Stealth III S540 AGP 32mb Video Card $15 shipped
    http://www.scrapinsi.com/photos/forsale/stealth128.JPG

    Buy my stuff... Buy more than 1 thing and i'll work deals to save on shipping... I'll sell all the PC stuff listed for $130 shipped!
     
  2. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    You might want to link the pictures instead of placing them in line... that took a while to load for me, and I'm on cable!
     
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  4. BodyDroppedNikes

    BodyDroppedNikes ...PENDEJO.... VIP

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    well that motherboard and video cards are more than likely not any good now seeing that you placed them on the carpet when you took those pics. carpet can build up static electricty and fry components on the circuit board.
     
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    trust me... they are fine... i always ground myself whenever i deal with PC components... And i dont live in a high static enviornment.

    and i'll edit to take out the pics
     
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    not to argue but im making a point, but there is a big difference in you being grounded and holding the circuit board and the circuit board laying on carpet unprotected. for some components on a circuit board, a tiny bit of static electricty that cant be felt by humans, can indeed fry parts on a PCB (printed circuit board). i have 4 years in electronics manufacturing (everything from placing parts on the PCB, testing and doing quality control) in the production of circuit boards for touch screen cash registers (they are computers actually) and collision avoidance systems for tractor trailers and i have seen fried components from very slight amount of static electricty from operators who werent grounded properly. the best way to avoid ruining the circuit boards is to carry them in ESD (electrostatic discharge) bags that are supplied with them and setting them down on a properly grounded surface. carpet is neither.

    again...not trying to make an argument, just stating facts.

    hell if anything, heres a free bump for ya :D
     
  7. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Nah, I've never killed a computer component by placing it on carpet. They're pretty hardy. You'll really only kill something from ESD if you give it a really hard zap- like rubbing it on the carpet or unloading a big capacitor across a few of the circuits.

    :)
     
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    yup... which i have done before... :)

    Also... never pull out a sound card while the PC is still on... sparks are cool... :)
     
  9. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin VIP

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    Yes, letting the sparks and smoke out really help to make a computer not work anymore.

    :lol:

    Bump for Noah.
     
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