2008/9/24 Nick Murtagh <nickm at go2.ie>:
>> I'm doing a bit of a clearout. Everything is available for pickup from
> Parkgate St in Dublin 8. Email me off list to claim an item + arrange
> collection. Everything here is free.
>>> I started building a "quiet media PC" a few years ago and never finished.
> If somebody would like to finish it, here are the remaining bits:
>> - Accent PC case with Q Technology power supply, MSI KT6 Delta
> motherboard, some sort of CPU + RAM, DVD drive. Works with Linux.
>> - Sapphire brand ATI Radeon 9200 128MB DDR VGA/DVI/S-Video AGB
> (works in Linux with accelerated 3D)
>> - Zalman ZM80C-HP / ZM-OP1 (VGA heatpipe cooler + fan) (unopened)
> - Zalman CNPS7000A quiet CPU cooler
> - Zalman northbridge heatsink ZM-NB32J
>> - SilentDrive disk enclosure (for PATA disks)
>>> Other stuff:
>> - 3com 802.11b PCI card adapter with aeriel. Works in Linux.
>> - Matrox Millenium P650 dual DVI AGP (didn't work very well in Linux a
> couple of years ago, there appears to be a proprietary driver on the
> Matrox site now)
>> - OpenMoko Neo Base (the first version with no wifi)
>> - Belkin 3m DVI cable dual link male to male (unopened)
>> - 2 x Promise Ultra 100 TX2 (ATA/100 controllers, 1 unopened)
>> - various ATA, floppy drive and SATA cables
>> - 3-button Logitech PS/2 mouse
>> - 64MB SDRAM
>> - SoundBlaster LIVE with LiveDrive II (works in Linux)
>> - 3.5" floppy drive
>> - 100MB zip disk drive
>> - 3.5" -> 5.25" expansion caddy
>> - 2 x 60mm fans
Can we reserve something? Or do we have to come and pick it up? :)))
Good man, I'm sure many will enjoy this
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