As title says... Want To Buy old, DIRT CHEAP notebooks. (the cheaper, the better) (working or non-working)
(prefer paying via paypal or money order)
(also have a 6800 I could trade)
Heatware = Az2
ebay = az2zej
So... what ya got?
Rule #1: If you have to ask these questions be prepared to buy new stuff when you break yours.
Rule #2: You asked so I will tell you. (I cannot be held liable)
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It appears to be made to a higher quality than my old Raidmax.
I don't know yet if I made the right decision to go with this PSU, but it's CERTAINLY better than my old one.
(the voltages are much more stable)
I don't agree that a review is worthless if it isn't conducted in exactly this manner. Yes, I do agree that it isn't as worthy, but it is CERTAINLY better than nothing.
I perhaps shouldn't have reccomended this PSU yet. Correct
I shouldn't reccomend or dismiss it until I have first hand...
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