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Thread: FS: Arise PS, Noritake 20x4 VFD, and Intel Celeron 466 MHz

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    Post FS: Arise PS, Noritake 20x4 VFD, and Intel Celeron 466 MHz

    I have the following parts for sale:

    1. Arise ACE-865V power supply. This is an AT syle power supply and includes a wiring harness with AT syle motherboard connectors, one floppy drive power connector and one hard drive power connector. $70.

    2. Noritake CU20045SCPB-U1J 20x4 parallel display. Includes printed documentation that came with the display. This unit was never installed or wired - so you would have to make your own wire harness. $35.

    3. Intel Celeron 466 MHz processor - Socketed version (not Slot 1). Lightly used. $45.

    I purchased all of these new over the last several months for an MP3 project, but didn't wind up needing them afterall because I came across an EMPEG player for a reasonable price (used, of course).

    The Arise PS and Noritake display have never been used or even powered up.

    The Celeron processor has been used only in my home while I was getting the basic system operational.... and has seen limited use (maybe 20 hours of actual runtime). The fan casing has been modified (trimmed down) somewhat on the outer edges to allow the processor to fit into the HNS satellite receiver set-top box I was using for the system. I have pics of the mod if you are interested, but it functions perfectly fine, just consumes slightly less space.

    I live in Southern California, and would ship pretty much anywhere, but the buyer pays the actual shipping costs. And I accept (and prefer) Paypal, and I also accept money order if you prefer.

    Thanks!

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    I want the Arise ACE-865V.. You've Got Mail!
    I cheat, I own an empeg.
    Meskimen's Law: There's never time to do it right, but there's always time to do it over.
    http://civic.mp3car.com

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    I got this PSU just as described, and it works great. Good deal.
    I cheat, I own an empeg.
    Meskimen's Law: There's never time to do it right, but there's always time to do it over.
    http://civic.mp3car.com

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