For Sale - BP6 2x366@550Mhz setup

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tjcarst
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For Sale - BP6 2x366@550Mhz setup

Post by tjcarst » Sat Feb 12, 2005 3:54 pm

I have had my BP6 since 1999. Use it seldom, fire it up once or twice a month to reconcile and pay bills online.

I purchased the BP6 mobo combo with dual 366 celerons tested and guaranteed to run at 550Mhz from Outside Loop.

In this setup I have the following parts:

1 Abit BP6 mobo w/ original packaging, manual, and cables
2 366@550 MHz cpus
2 GlobalWin HSF #CPM25603
1 nVidia Riva TNT 16MB AGP V3400 video card
1 Creative SBLive Value #SB4670 audio card
2 128MB Micron PC100-222-620 CAS2 memory
1 128MB MT48LC8M8A2 CAS2 memory
1 Maxtor 54098U8 40GB IDE-66 hard disk
1 Creative 48x CD-ROM
1 3Com 10/100 LAN card
1 ISA USRobotics internal 56k v90 modem
1 Logitech keyboard
1 Microsoft PS/2 mouse
1 Addtronics 6896A case with accessories and add'l fans ($200+ new)

As stated, I rarely use this machine. I use a laptop instead.

Anyone interested in purchasing the entire setup?

tjcarst

*edited to include video card
*edited to indicate some original materials, add kb, mouse, LAN, CD and remove old ide hdd's
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Post by Dave Rave » Sun Feb 13, 2005 2:59 am

you will need --

what vga card ...
and where are you .

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Post by tjcarst » Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:22 am

I have an nVidia Riva TNT 16MB AGP V3400 included in the setup. Sorry, I thought I put that in there...

I am in Nebraska, USA.

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Post by Billl » Sun Feb 13, 2005 2:40 pm

Might be nice if you gave us an asking price?



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Post by tjcarst » Sun Feb 13, 2005 3:21 pm

I was hoping for some offers ....

I will do some research and see what typical setups such as this normally bring. The forums seem to have a lot of mobo w/cpu combos. I haven't looked to see if there were sets sold with more options such as mine.

I hope to do some research and post tomorrow - if no offers have been made.

tjcarst

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Post by Dave Rave » Mon Feb 14, 2005 5:39 am

wait until kuun offers ....
he usually wants, but then he might be limited by what he can afford, or wish to have

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Post by hyperspace » Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:01 pm

As a comparison...

I got this system plus keyboard, case, manual, CDROM, cables, and shipping for $225.

BP6
2 matched Celeron 533Mhz processors with stock Intel fans
Promise Ultra100TX2 IDE card
512 MB PC133 SD-RAM (1 256Mb stick, 2x128Mb sticks)
Geforce3 64Mb AGP video card (visiontek)
Intel 10/100 LAN card
Western Digital 60Gb 7200 RPM (2Mb cache) IDE hard drive
Monster Sound Diamond sound card
300W Antec power supply
CD ROM drive
100Mb ZIP Drive.

Has about a dozen bad capacitors but I was able to load and run XP on it.
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Post by tjcarst » Tue Feb 15, 2005 11:18 am

Thanks, hyperspace.

To my knowledge, there's nothing wrong with my board.

I have an Addtronics 6896A case with an Antec 300W PS that I was planning on keeping to save money in my upgrade. Would it be an easier sell if I included the case? I have over $150 in the case itself. I'd have to look at my receipts from coolcases, but with all of the options I purchased, I'm thinking it was close to $200. I have the dual cpu bracket with fans mounted right over the cpu's and about every other gadget imaginable. There are 7 fans in the case, most of them Panaflos. I also have an ASUS 40x CDRom. Keyboards and mice are easy to come by and I could certainly throw them in, too. I even have a 17" Gateway monitor doing nothing sitting under my desk, but it is too expensive to ship a monitor.

tjcarst

*edited to indicate correct Addtronics case

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Post by tjcarst » Mon Oct 22, 2007 3:57 pm

Started new thread so you don't have to wade through so many posts. Thanks.

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