ASUS CUR-DLS, 1GB ECC Registered PC133, 1 - 1GHz Piii

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ASUS CUR-DLS, 1GB ECC Registered PC133, 1 - 1GHz Piii

Post by HAL6000 » Sat Sep 06, 2003 10:12 am

Board, CPU, and memory has been sold.
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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Oct 08, 2003 4:51 am

Updated list.
2 - Delta Electronics 52x ATA CD-ROM Digital & Analog audio out
1 - Mitsumi 24x ATA CD-ROM Digital & Analog audio out
1 - BTC 24x ATA CD-ROM Analog Audio out only

1 - 32" 68 pin SCSI cable, 7 connectors, non-twisted non-shielded.

1 - Aopen SiS 6326 2D/3D chipset 8MB SDRAM 2x AGP, VGA, S-Video, & component video outs.
1 - Trident 3DImage975 chipset 4MB 1x AGP

1 - U.S. Robotics 56K v.92 PCI Modem ( New in unopened box )
2 - Kingston KNE110TX 10/100 NIC
1 - Sound Blaster PCI 128 ( It has 2 sets of outputs for front and rear )
1 - AOpen PT175 S3 Virge/GX chipset Plus 4MB PCI

1 - 33.6k voice modem ISA Rockwell chipset unknown brand

1 - Celeron 333mhz 66mhz bus Malay SL2WN Slot 1 ( Does 500Mhz ok. I got it to do 666MHz with soem freeze spray for a bit )

1 - AOC Spectrum 5GlrA 15.28" Monitor with built in powered speakers.

1 - Sony USB windows, 105 key, keyboard with 6 buttons across the top for inter, mail, help and such ( i think you can change what they do with the sony drivers?? )
1 - Apple USB keyboard from an iMac, blueberry color.

1 - Logitech 3 button mouse

That is just some of the stuff I have laying around. I will probably post more later.
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Post by kuun » Wed Oct 08, 2003 3:41 pm

omfg

his "place" is like... my heaven......

i want prices on all mobo's and harddrives

specially omfg specially the SCSI and that dual :P

im broke... but i just MIGHT be able to scrape up enough to get 1 or 2 things......
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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Oct 08, 2003 4:56 pm

kuun wrote:omfg

his "place" is like... my heaven......

i want prices on all mobo's and harddrives

specially omfg specially the SCSI and that dual :P

im broke... but i just MIGHT be able to scrape up enough to get 1 or 2 things......
lol, I have some cases I will put up specs for too in a bit.

I know that broke feeling. I'm trying to get enough money to move so I do not have to live in my car when my roomate moves to NJ at the end of the month.

Giabyte GA-6BX7+ $25
ASUS P3C-D $50
ASUS CUR-DLS $100

SCSI
IBM 36.7GB 10,000rpm $120
IBM 4.5GB 7,200rpm $40
IDE
WD 20GB 7,200rpm $40
Fujitsu 10.2GB 5,400rpm $20

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Post by 24seven » Wed Oct 08, 2003 6:27 pm

I would be intrested in the Dual P3 board ASUS CUR-DLS

But im in the UK...would you be willing to ship it over here, and if so whats the cheapest I can have it in my hands for?

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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Oct 08, 2003 6:45 pm

24seven wrote:I would be intrested in the Dual P3 board ASUS CUR-DLS

But im in the UK...would you be willing to ship it over here, and if so whats the cheapest I can have it in my hands for?
Shipping is pretty easy. The post offive here stays open until midnight.

Well I do not know the exact weight and where it would be going but USPS.com told me that 2 pounds of weight to england would be

Global Express Mail (EMS) 3 - 5 Days $28.75
Economy (Surface) Parcel Post 4 - 6 Weeks $23.00

I would have to box it and know where it was going to know the actual shipping.

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Post by kuun » Wed Oct 08, 2003 9:42 pm

mobo's don't weigh more than 2lbs
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Post by HAL6000 » Thu Oct 09, 2003 12:25 am

kuun wrote:mobo's don't weigh more than 2lbs
In the case of USPS ground shipping to england is the same up 5 pounds. EMS goes up at 2 pounds 1 oz so knowing the exact shipping weight is rather important.

Most if the time a motherboard when I have shipping it int he past has been around 3-4 pounds tho. Board + box + packing

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Post by kuun » Thu Oct 09, 2003 12:32 am

heh

your wanting $100 for a dual p3 mobo and a p3 cpu ?
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Post by HAL6000 » Thu Oct 09, 2003 1:27 am

kuun wrote:heh

your wanting $100 for a dual p3 mobo and a p3 cpu ?
No for the board. It was $600 when I bought it.

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Post by 24seven » Thu Oct 09, 2003 4:29 am

Hmm, nahh its ok HAL, you can get dual P3 boards here for around £70, so it would be less hassle for both of us if I just went and got one of them.
Cheers any way :)

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Post by kuun » Thu Oct 09, 2003 10:37 pm

does that have 4 dimm banks ?
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Post by HAL6000 » Thu Oct 09, 2003 11:08 pm

the manual for the CUR-DLS can be seen here. Pages 17 and 18 are the ones about the memory configuration/requirements.

http://www.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock370 ... ls-100.pdf

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Post by jives » Tue Oct 21, 2003 10:56 pm

Hal you still got the ASUS Dual board and the RAM?

Drop me a e-mail (in profile) maybe work out something for that...if you can answer me on how well does the USB work under Linux?

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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Oct 22, 2003 12:32 am

jives wrote:Hal you still got the ASUS Dual board and the RAM?

Drop me a e-mail (in profile) maybe work out something for that...if you can answer me on how well does the USB work under Linux?
Nope I sold it on ebay last week. Funny thing isthat a guy in tiwan bought it.

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Post by jives » Wed Oct 22, 2003 8:59 am

Oh well probably best for me, really didn't need anymore systems around the house. ;)

Did you use Linux on that board? Wondering how good Linux does with the SW USB controller since I picked up a Thunder 2500 eariler.

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Post by HAL6000 » Wed Oct 22, 2003 3:42 pm

jives wrote:Oh well probably best for me, really didn't need anymore systems around the house. ;)

Did you use Linux on that board? Wondering how good Linux does with the SW USB controller since I picked up a Thunder 2500 eariler.
I imagine I did at some point in time but I have never used anything other then a USB keyboard in linux. Most of the time a USB keyboard is supported by the bios and mice seem to be as well in some newer models.

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Post by jives » Thu Oct 23, 2003 8:54 am

The main reason I need USB in Linux is for my KVM and printers. Having Mixed luck with the Thunder, got to dig up a better CDROM the one I was testing with last night couldn't read my Linux CDs very well.

Thx Hal

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