Joined: 15th Nov 2004
Ride: AU III XR8 Pursuit 250 ute
Note that pick up is fine, can probably even organise delivery if I'm heading that way. Otherwise I'm happy to post. And I prefer bids to be including postage as it saves me having to calculate postage cost prior to sending it (so just add whatever you think postage would be to what you want to bid and that's your bid including postage - pretty simple).
XpertVision ATI Radeon X800GTO 256MB 256-bit DDR, DVI, TV-Out, AGP 8X Interface, Fan, 400MHz Core Clock, 350MHz Memory Clock. See the manufacturer’s website for more information - http://www.xpertvision.com/en/products/ati_agp_X800GTO.html or the ATI page - http://ati.amd.com/products/radeonx800/index.html .
I was running this in my old motherboard (as I upgraded when Microsoft Windows Vista came out, as this card is 100% compatible with Vista) but sadly it will not fit into the PCI-e slots on my new board as I would have liked to have kept it (I’ve downgraded to a Nvidia GeForce 6600GT now). It is about 2 months old (original receipt included).
Included is the original purchase receipt (for the manufacturer’s warranty – it’s only 2 months old), ATI VGA Quick Installation Guide and ATI installation CD-ROM, the power and component TV out cable.
Someone PM'd me requesting details and pictures of the fan and heatsink on the X800GTO, here you go:
Reserve price is $62.40 plus postage.
GigaCube (or GeCube as they now seem to be coming up as) Radeon 9200SE (GC-R9200L(SE)-C3H) 128MB video card DDR AGP VGA DVI W/TI Out – for more details and specification see http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=10175&vpn=GC-R9200L(SE)-C3&manufacture=GigaCube (I couldn’t find it on the GeCube website). Here’s the ATI page on the Radeon 9200 Series - http://ati.amd.com/products/radeon9200/radeon9200/index.html .
Nvidia GeForce FX5200 128MB AGP. Has aftermarket cooler and 4 heatsinks fitted to the chips. Underside has been painted black with UV reactive lines. See the manufacturers site for more details - http://www.nvidia.com/page/fx_5200.html . Reason for sale is that I have upgraded to a card that is fully Microsoft Windows Vista compatible.
VisionPlus VisionDTV Ter PCI HD TV Tuner. Included with is the remote, remote receiver, Product Guide, Installation Guide and driver CD (which includes CyberLink PowerDVD and CD-Key). Card has been fitted with a copper and aluminium heat sink on two chips. Is working perfectly, only reason for getting rid of is I don't have a PCI slot in my system for it. See the manufactures site for more details - http://www.visiondtv.com/news_view.asp?id=54 .
See http://www.pcauthority.com.au/review.aspx?CIaRID=2323 and http://www.twinhan.com/news_clippings_2.asp?newsid=49 for reviews!
Reserve is $44.00.
Hynix 256MB PC-2700, DDR 333MHz, 200 pin SO-DIMM RAM (HYMD232M646D6-J AA). Removed from working HP CompaqTC1100 (but should be compatible with other brands) for upgrade. See http://www.google.com/search?q=HYMD232M646D6-J+&rls=com.microsoft:*&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&startIndex=&startPage=1 for more details.
$37.50 plus postage.
Creative Sound Blaster Live! CT4830 (Sound Blaster Live! Value/Player Compaq /Intel/IBM/NEc according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Labs_Model_Numbers ). Has been working fine.
Vantec Spectrum Fan Card – UV reactive with built in UV LEDs, PCI slot cooler for cooling cards around it and encouraging air flow in the case, also has built in fan adjustment. The original molex connection has been cut off and a 3 pin fan connection put in its place (molex connection is included in case you want to revert back). This has never been used (I have the original receipt here – it is more than 7 days old – not sure about warranty due to the modification). Reason for sale is that it doesn’t with the big cooler on my graphics card, didn’t realise until after I had altered it and tried to fit it. For more details see the manufacturers website at http://www.vantecusa.com/p_fancard.html .
ColdChip 5.25” internal bay cooler. Has two 40cm fans fitted with blue LED’s. As is shown in the picture, the length of each is adjustable, they can also be removed and turned around - I was running 1 up and 1 down, but you can do both up or both down. The original molex power connector has been removed, in it's place is a 3-pin fan power connector, fitted with a UV LED. The wire also has UV cover. Manufacturers website - http://www.coldchip.com.tw/ .
Round IDE Cable, 30cm, UV Red - 30cm in length with 2 connectors (single device). ATA 66/100/133 compatible. Super flexible. Features a densely braided metallic mesh design with a coat of protective plastic. These cables will glow a cool red color when placed near a UV cathode or neon.
SATA to IDE (Parallel ATA) converter – converts SATA HDD to IDE. HW-628.
IDE to SATA converter – does the opposite of above, converts IDE HDD to SATA. HW-629.
http://mayray.en.alibaba.com/product/50188802/51146675/Computer_Accessories/IDE_and_SATA_Converter.html - picture shows the later of the two.
http://www.diytrade.com/directory/global/buy/products/1967782/Connect_an_IDE_hard_drive_to_a_SATA_controller.html - shows later of the two.
Both are more than 7 days old, but in original packaging, unused and unopened. Included in the packaging is the SATA data cable and molex to SATA style power adapter.
$10.00 each plus postage – you’ll have to tell me which is which as I’m not sure.
Seagate U6 ST340810A 40GB PATA IDE HDD. See http://www.seagate.com/support/disc/specs/ata/st340810a.html for more details.
Thomson DTR6000AU digital terrestrial receiver/recorder (PVR) - time to upgrade for a twin tuner - this is SD and single tuner. Has been fitted with a larger 80GB HDD, however, needs software upgrade/update before it recognises this as being larger than 40GB. Included is the remote control, original user manual and instructions from Thomson on how to do the software upgrade (requires 9 Pin RS232 male to female serial cable to connect it to you computer).
Has a 10/10 User Rating from Cnet (http://www.cnet.com.au/dvdpvr/pvr/0,239035858,240000273,00.htm). 89% rating from this mob - http://itavservices.com/dtr6000aurvw.html .
LG LH-D6530 5.1 Home Theater In A Box (HTIB) system. Included is the DVD player and receiver/amplifier (LH-D6530A), 2 front speakers, center speaker, 2 rear speakers and the subwoofer (LHS-D6530V, LHS-D6530T, LHS-D6530C, LHS-D6530W), aswell as the remote control. I am also interested in selling the speakers by themselves.
Some details can be found at - http://www.comparestoreprices.co.uk/dvd-home-cinema-systems/lg-lhd6530.asp .
Fan grills – 80mm chrome – two different designs. $1.50.
Oldish PC - these details are off my memory - 733MHz Intel Celeron CPU, 2 x 64MB SDRAM (128MB total), 2x HDD (unsure on capacity), CD-ROM and CD-RW, also has some add in cards - internal modem, network card, sound card, and video card for second display, all seems to be working fine, fresh XP install, also found some of the original manuals - let me know if you want more accurate details.
Compaq NC3121 network card. Has Intel chip. Is working fine.
2 x Network Cards for RJ45 cables. Seem to just be generic ones, they’re both different and fully working. One has aluminium heat sinks fitted to the chips.
Dynalink VoiceDesk 56 Pro Data/Fax/Voice external Serial Modem. See http://www.dynalink.com.au/products/specs/v1456vqe-r1_specs.htm for more details. Unknown condition was working but hasn’t been touched for a long time. Included is the power cord and serial cable.
Heaps of performance EF/L parts for sale, including supercharged VCT motor!
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