Old compter motherboards cpu and ram free if you pay ship

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  1. Sxotty

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    Hey all.
    1 system
    1 mobo ram
    CPU cooler
    Wireless card
    Old scsi controller
    spdif plate
    I have:
    Phenom 2 board.
    • Phenom II X6 6-Core CPU Ready
    • ASRock DuraCap (2.5 x longer life time), 100% Japan made high quality conductive polymer capacitors
    • Supports AMD OverDrive™ with ACC feature (Advanced Clock Calibration)
    • Turbo 50 Technology
    • Integrated AMD Radeon HD 4250 graphics, DX10.1 class iGPU, Shader Model 4.1, Max. shared memory 512MB
    • 1 USB 3.1 Gen1
    • Supports ASRock OC Tuner, IES, Instant Boot, Instant Flash, OC DNA, Multi-Speed Fan Control
    • 7.1 CH HD Audio with Content Protection (Realtek ALC892 Audio Codec), Supports Premium Blu-ray audio
    • ErP/EuP Ready (ErP/EuP ready power supply is required)
    Zotac something with ram, cpu, case, powersupply I can look into it if someone is interested it is a low power system.

    Evga Nvidia 570

    SCSI, usb, spdif

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    Some of the motherboards.
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    Also, I have another random small power supply. I forget which standard it is.
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    Cooler is brand new, but I stole the fan from it, so the fan on it is shot I think.
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    Let me know if they are something you want. I can take some more photos if you want. No one uses desktops anymore so the usual way all this stuff trickled down through my family no longer works :)



    Gone:
    2500k in an asrock z68 board with 16GB ram.
    usb plate
    Asrock E350M1
     
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    If you have any motherboards that will work with an i7 4790K I would be interested. That an a powersupply.
     
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    You'll never believe who told him to start this thread. ROFL!
     
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    And mebbe dibs on the 2500k in an asrock z68 board with 16GB ram.... :p
     
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    So for digi mobo, cpu, ram
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    Do you want the heat sink as well? Obviously adds a lot of weight for shipping.
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    Do you want the NVME adapter card for like $4?
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    Otherwise, I would probably keep it in case I needed it sometime. Remember you cannot use a GPU if you use the NVME adapter card on this specific mobo cause there are no extra slots. Let me know and I can see how much it will be. I will stick the z68 in a newer mobo box so that the heatsink doesn't absolutely destroy it.
     
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    Bgroovy the power supply I had is for a low power setup. You can see the specs. If you want it let me know. I think the other boards are amd boards I updated first post with more info and another part.
     
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    Oh, yeah. I can read it. I'll pass then. Thanks anyway!
     
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    Yes to the cooler please, shipping is cheaper than buying. No to the riser though, the only NVME in the house is in my son's rig. Hope you can find a good use for it.

    And thanks! :D
     
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    Fantastic post Digi,
    It's a shame people have hardware sitting in cupboards gathering dust
    not realising it would be an upgrade for some members.
     
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    Nobody wants the gtx 570? I am surprised by that, to be honest.
     
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    I'll take it if'n no one else will just as a back up, or if you don't have a backup I'd keep it in case.

    Currently got a GTX 680 courteous of Mize that's still going strong, plan to swap it for my wife's 390 whenever I upgrade Bubbles. ;)
     
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    I don't have a backup so I will keep it if no one wants it as a primary. I do have a ryzen with integrated graphics so I already have a built-in backup.
     
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    Integrated graphics is nice as a backup, but I still like having a card just in case something goes wrong. You never know when someone's will go out and it's a great thing to have handy if it does, nothing more depressing than a good system down just waiting on a GPU. :( (Well, lots of things are more depressing tbh....but I like to exaggerate. :p )
     
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    I added a SCSI controller, USB back plate, and SPDIF back plate as well.
     
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    Somethings removed from the list as they are taken. If no one wants this stuff I will probably drop it at a recycler next weekend. I have a 20" LCD as well, but it is super old and backlight is fading and it is super heavy so not worth shipping in my opinion.
     
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