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    Price check - lots o' stuff

    I'm thinking of changing some of my home infrastructure about, so I wanna price check my kit - I might end up selling only some or none of it, depending on value.

    * Chieftec BX case
    * eBuyer V330 case
    * Coolermaster Cavalier 4 case (incl. PSU)
    * Tagan 480W PSU
    * Antec 330W PSU
    * 2x NEC dual-layer DVD±RW (RPC1 firmware)
    * Some random DVD reader (RPC1 firmware)
    * Yamaha CRW-F1 (44x CD rewriter with disct@2)
    * Albatron PX845PE Pro II (ATX i845 socket 478 board, DDR, onboard Intel networking, dual bios, Promise SATA/PATA software RAID, silver PCB)
    * AOpen i855 GMEm-LFS (mATX i855 socket 479 board, DDR, onboard Marvell networking, onboard Intel GFX, Promise SATA/PATA software RAID)
    * Asus A7A-266 (ATX ALiMAGiK1 socket A board, DDR/SDR)
    * Intel Pentium 4 2.26GHz ('B' Northwood, 533MHz bus)
    * Intel Pentium-M 1.7GHz (Dothan, 533MHz bus)
    * AMD Athlon 1.333GHz (Thunderbird, 266MHz bus)
    * 2x Corsair Value PC3200 256MiB
    * 2x unbranded PC133 256MiB
    * unbranded PC133 512MiB
    * 4x Samsung Spinpoint P80 SATA 160GiB
    * 2x Samsung Spinpoint P80 PATA 160GiB
    * 2x Western Digital "Special Edition" PATA 80GiB
    * Seagate 7200.7 PATA 40GiB
    * Highpoint RocketRAID 133 RAID0/1 PATA controller
    * Highpoint RocketRAID 1640 RAID0/1/5 SATA controller
    * 2x Hauppauge WinTV Nova-T (Connexant chipset)
    * Micomsoft XRGB2+ Universal VGA Upscan box (see http://www.ncsxshop.com/cgi-bin/shop...ml?id=PfbguEde)
    * High wattage 110V->UK transformer, for use with above (as well as other imported stuff from Asia/USA)
    * Altec Lansing XA3051 5.1 Speakers (Dolby Surround only, no 5.1 input!)

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    have you heard of kelkoo, froogle or pricerunner?

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      • Motherboard:
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      • Memory:
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      • Storage:
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasavien
    have you heard of kelkoo, froogle or pricerunner?
    no, never. never at all. are they useful for detailing "reasonable" second-hand prices for specific computing components, or hard-to-obtain electronics imported from hong kong?

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    Is the Yamaha CRW-F1 the one that can doodle pictures on cd's, and does it have the scsi adaptor a lot of yamaha's come with ?
    ph33r my toothbrush, for it is made of SCROTANIUM

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    • directhex's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI X99A Gaming 7
      • CPU:
      • Intel Core i7 5280k
      • Memory:
      • 32GiB ADATA DDR4
      • Storage:
      • Corsair Neutron XT 960GB
      • Graphics card(s):
      • MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G Twin Frozr 5
      • PSU:
      • Corsair AX860i
      • Case:
      • NZXT H440
      • Operating System:
      • Ubuntu 17.10, Windows 10
      • Monitor(s):
      • Dell U2713HM
      • Internet:
      • FIOS
    Quote Originally Posted by MiggyMan
    Is the Yamaha CRW-F1 the one that can doodle pictures on cd's
    yes.

    and does it have the scsi adaptor a lot of yamaha's come with ?
    it's the IDE model, not the SCSI or USB one.

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