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Thread: FS: Intel D945GCLF2, 80GB Automotive grade hard drive, M2-ATX-HV Power supply

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    FS: Intel D945GCLF2, 80GB Automotive grade hard drive, M2-ATX-HV Power supply

    Intel motherboard with dual core Atom processor, built in video/sound/serial port
    512MB DDR2-667 Memory for fast hibernate operations
    80GB EE25 Seagate automotive hard drive
    Adapter & cable for hard drive
    M2-ATX-HV power supply with extra P4 power cable

    Only thing you need is a computer case as the software is all setup, etc.

    Located in Ontario, Canada. Will ship to USA / Canada for $175 USD or CND dollars.
    SOLD.

    International buyers please send message so I can get a shipping quote for you.






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    Price reduced to $165 shipped.

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    What software are you running on there and are you willing to sell just the software? I am looking for a centrafuse license.

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    Price reduced to $120 shipped.

    Sorry, I won't sell the software separately. It has the popular front end programs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackStealth View Post
    Price reduced to $120 shipped.

    Sorry, I won't sell the software separately. It has the popular front end programs.
    I'm interested and I'm local. PM'd.

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    Sold to Paladin Rider.

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