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Bump, and you have a PM.
Those DFI NF4 board aren't trash can material. Check eBay and you'll see that they still bring a decent price.
I'm curious...what did you order?
Thanks for the code.
I inquired if the asking price was correct, therefore I'll take your response to mean yes.
Which IC code are your modules? That info is only available from the serial # printed on the actual modules (5th - 7th digits).
The bracket looks like a regular Intel P4 bracket with four "posts" where the heatsink's clips attach, but instead of having the 4x corner holes...
Is $250 the correct asking price for the I7-3820?
I am somewhat confused by your last post. You stated that you have an Aug 2011 kit but the info you posted appears to be from the label of my...
Note the 1st thru 7th digits of the serial number printed on the labels of your modules. The first 4 digits represent the mfg date in a YYWW...
Thanks for the clarification. I'll take the following:
PM to follow.
Small clarification...you listed 5 descriptions but no quantities for each. Three are listed as sold so does that mean you only have two drives left?
You have a follow up PM.
I'll take it. PM heading your way.
You have a PM.
Funds have now been transferred for the Xeon L5639.
I seem to recall that some of the heatpipe coolers are more effective with the pipes perpendicular to the horizon. When you lay the case on it's...
I'll take the second box if still available. PM headed your way.
Well, having "several" of these puts you in a very select group of people, that's for sure.
Not too long ago I saw a WTB thread for one of these...
Any pics available of these? Label sides would be helpful.
Bump for you...and YHPM.
Best of luck to you with this listing.
While some might think that seeing a bar of silver for sale at a computer forum might seem odd, over the...
Well, that should do it then.
I'm in for one group of the 15 cables for $30, should anyone want the second.
Those should be Elpida based modules. See image below. You won't be able to match these exact ICs in a 16GB modules, as these modules have 2Gbit...
Corsair uses a "verx.xx" system for coding the ICs used to produce the memory modules. Matching these ICs improves your chances of all the modules...
Wait...is that a floppy in the top left corner of some of those pics??? And I thought I was the only one that still had some of those around....
I'll take it if still available. PM headed your way.
Perhaps posting some examples of models that would meet your daughter's needs would be helpful.
Bump for you and YHPM.
Does that mean you were the actual lottery winner, or just thanking the OP for posting a good deal???
Now would you look at that...the rare post from dbwillis where he is BUYING gear!
Great grab...I'm just annoyed you beat me to it.
Well, while it may be a first post, I would add that it certainly included some pretty interesting information.
You have incoming.
Bump for you 'cause I looked.
Well, AZ is a far-off desolate place so perhaps it had to be walked 100 miles in the scorching heat to the nearest shipping location. Can't expect...