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The Error Guy
11-09-2010, 10:49 PM
I'm getting rid of all my old computer bits. I have been contacted by 2x members all ready so they get 1st pick. other than that, its yours to pick up $1 a piece. If you buy the lot then ill take a fiver.

http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/

Not sure of all the pics are any good, it was late and cold and I couldn't be bothered going through them all to see if I had focused them correctly, just nailed them on the FTP and went to sleep xD.

ill probably be keeping the hard drives though. not sure if it all still works. I was definitely all in working condition when I stored it all so unless something has gone horribly wrong it should be sweet. I don't have time to test them all.

best bits, Quantum Big foot 4gb and an uber sized PCI card (forgot what its proper name it) bit it was a dial-up modem.

Quantum: http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/Hard%20Drives/DSCN3641.JPG
PIC Enormous: http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/Networking/Dial%20Up/DSCN3635.JPG

GameJunkie
11-09-2010, 10:53 PM
those would be great for a project that i want to start sometime(got the OS already), sadly i have no money :(

ryanjames.powell
12-09-2010, 10:23 AM
Weird that they don't make 5.25" hard drives these days. They could be pretty epic in capacity, considering how much larger the platters are.

pcuser42
12-09-2010, 12:04 PM
I've got an old computer which could use some more RAM - could I get the SDRAM (http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/RAM/DSCN3609.JPG)? :)

Agent_24
12-09-2010, 12:21 PM
best bits, Quantum Big foot 4gb and an uber sized PCI card (forgot what its proper name it) bit it was a dial-up modem.

Quantum: http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/Hard%20Drives/DSCN3641.JPG
PIC Enormous: http://longsword.co.cc/web_images/JD/Networking/Dial%20Up/DSCN3635.JPG

Where is all this stuff? I wouldn't mind a bigfoot.

That modem isn't very big, by the way. I have a SCSI card which is about 3 times longer :lol:

fred_fish
12-09-2010, 12:34 PM
Also, it's an ISA modem, not PCI.

ubergeek85
12-09-2010, 08:41 PM
Are any of those HDD's SATA? I've got two enclosures here, empty.