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[OP]
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Jun 22, 2005
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Ottawa
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Samsung 500GB SSD $195 etc.

Never used in retail box (opened it but didn't use it, bought it on boxing day on December 26, 2015, it has 5 years of warranty from that date) Samsung SSD 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III Vertical Internal MZ-75E500 with invoice $195 firm

http://www.samsung.com/ca/memory-storag ... -75E500BAM

Used Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 3.0 Comfort Edition as is $110 OBO

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/2 ... SL110_.jpg

Full Tower PC, built it myself, tied to win a 1 vs. 1 Half-Life DM tourney in my opinion with this machine basically awhile ago back in 2000 if I remember correctly, as is scrap metal now to be recycled to some etc. $210 OBO
InWin Full tower (IW-Q600-ATX) case with broken boot button (can't find box)
235W Power Man power supply unit MODEL NO:FSP235-60GI (came with case)
no operating system
Abit BE6 Mainboard with retail box
Intel Celeron 400 MHz (includes retail box) installed on Asus Slotket S370 rev 1.01 to Slot-1 adaptor with heatsink and fan and Intel Celeron 600 MHz (includes retail box) installed on Asus Slotket S370-DL rev 1.02 to Slot-1 adaptor with C.P.U. Cooler ACCS0S0-12VHZ and fan and the included heatsink and fan unused
Maxtor 20GB 3.5" IDE hard drive 92049U6
Azenram 256MB PC133
ATI 3D Rage II+DVD PCI video card PN 109-38800-10 as is scrap metal now to be recycled to some etc.
Creative 24X CD-ROM drive
Samsung 3.5" Floppy drive SFD-321B
Ensoniq sound card 4001036301 REV F
USRobotics - Modem ISA, SPORTSTER 0484, DP/N 0001594C REV A00

Hercules 3D Prophet II MX NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 32 MB AGP video card as is scrap metal now to be recycled to some etc. $40 OBO

Creative Sound Blaster Live! SB0060 sound card PCI as is scrap metal now to be recycled to some etc. $25 OBO

PC Games

sealed Doom 3 $106
Civilization IV $20
sealed Kingdom Under Fire A War of Heroes $62
sealed Heretic II $145

Located near downtown Ottawa.

Pickup is preferred.

I will ship at buyer's expense. I will accept Interac e-Transfer, MO, or Cash as payment.

I will consider all offers/trades. Send a pm if interested. Thanks.

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hurray for expensive unecessary products!@!










i'd get one if i could afford it.... :(
[OP]
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tim-x wrote:hurray for expensive unecessary products!@!
The 2560X1600 resolution could be extremely useful for 3D modeling, CAD, digital photography etc. Just because you can't justify the cost doesn't mean others can't.
[OP]
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Ottawa
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NODES wrote:do the newer [rfdlink=/forums/autolink/redirectpage.php?linkid=167]dell[/rfdlink] monitors only recieve 1yr warrenty?
Since this a really good question I'll post the same response (slightly abridged) here that I PM'ed you for other people's benefit:
I'm not sure if the newer monitors only come with a 1 year warranty or not but for some reason when the 3007WFP was released it came with a 1 year standard warranty by default. (although you can upgrade it I believe if you call [rfdlink=/forums/autolink/redirectpage.php?linkid=167]Dell[/rfdlink] and you're willing to pay the difference) Now it comes with a 3 year standard warranty however they've increased the MSRP by $300 to $2299 from $1999 and there is no way that I know of to downgrade the warranty to 1 year to save the $300. Not sure if it was a mistake by [rfdlink=/forums/autolink/redirectpage.php?linkid=167]Dell[/rfdlink] that it only came with a 1 year warranty when it was first released or if this is a trend that will continue with [rfdlink=/forums/autolink/redirectpage.php?linkid=168]Dell's[/rfdlink] upcoming monitors.
Not the most thorough answer but to be honest I just don't know.. I've also read that [rfdlink=/forums/autolink/redirectpage.php?linkid=167]Dell[/rfdlink] is required to provide a 3 year warranty on their monitors possibly by law but I'm not sure of the specifics on that. :confused: Who knows maybe they'll honour a 3 year warranty even though I purchased the monitor with only a 1 year warranty, though that's just wishful thinking on my part. :)

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