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    Intel boards

    Sold my house so I'm cleaning the closets out again. Like before make me an offer and I'll see what I can do.

    I have 2 boards for sale. I purchased them for a customer and now they arenít needed. Both boards come with 2 512mb sticks of memory and Pentium D processors with their heat sinks (detached). Here are the rundowns for these boards.
    Featuring Intel Chipset LGA775. The Intel board harnesses the advanced computing power of the latest Intel Pentium 4 LGA775 processor supporting Hyper-Threading Technology.

    These boards are Intel made boards for Dell, so you will see a Dell logo come up when booted.
    Manufacturer: Intel
    Chipset: Intel 945G Express
    Socket: LGA775
    Expansion Slots: PCI x 1 and PCIe x 1
    Other Features: Hyper-Threading Technology Support
    Connectors: (6) USB 2.0 Ports, 10/100/1000 LAN
    Peripheral Interface: (1) Serial ATA (SATA) Interface
    Other: One IDE Channel Supporting ATA-66/100/133 and One Floppy Port
    Video: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
    Audio: Standard Sound Audio System
    Supported Memory: DDR2
    Maximum Memory: 4 Dual Channel DIMM Support for up to 4 GB of memory

    The boards themselves go for around $70, the processor goes for around $200, and the memory goes for around $100 a stick. Iím selling each board with the processors, memory, and heat sinks for $250 per board. If youíre interested let me know. Buyer pays actually shipping cost and Iíll figure up USPS shipping and let you know the actual shipping cost if youíll send me your zip code.

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    how fast is the cpu?

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    Pentium D 820 2.8GHz Processor.

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    Dropped to 200/board or best offer.

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    150/board OBO

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    quick ?.... do you have to use a propriatory psu like dell likes to use or can any atx psu be used?

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    also, any pics?

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    I tell you what. I have 2 psus. I'll throw them in for free. One for each board if someone wants the boards.

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    Sorry, I forgot to mention. I'm at work right now, but I can take pics of them this afternoon. Just send me an address and I'll take the pics and email them to you.

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    Send me pics too, I am always looking for new stuff...
    Dont tell me to shut up, I'm Rick James ******!!!

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