[rescue] FT: Micro-ATX mobo/cpu/RAM/NIC/CDROM/SCSI/video bundles
mrbill at mrbill.net
Thu Apr 29 23:51:43 CDT 2004
I've got two MicroATX form-factor x86 motherboards (with all parts to
populate them) up for trade.
Motherboards are Gemlight GMB-P6BIMG, Slot-1, with an Intel 440BX chipset,
AGP video, 3 PCI slots, 1 shared ISA slot, onboard Yamaha sound, 1 parallel
port, 2 serial ports, 2 USB ports. New in box with driver CD (stuff
detected automatically by Win2K/XP/RHL), IDE cables, and Slot-1 retainer
I got them from another list member (John Ruschmeyer) a month and a half
ago, and haven't had the time or budget to build them into complete
firewall/ NAT appliance boxes like I'd planned due to work schedules.
Included with each board:
Slot-1 Pentium II 400Mhz CPU (100Mhz FSB) with heat sink
(will take up to a P3-500Mhz)
128M PC100 SDRAM (2 x 64M sticks) or better
3Com 3C509 10/100 PCI Ethernet NIC
Matrox Millenium 4M PCI video card
IDE CD-ROM drive
Adaptec 2940 PCI SCSI card of some sort
(might be UW, might not, depending on what I've got available)
I *might* also be able to come up with some smallish IDE hard drives to
toss in with everything else. So, add a MicroATX case, and there you go.
Would like to trade for one of the following:
- Lite-On LDW-411S DVD+/-RW burner ($69 at newegg.com)
- Complete (CPU/RAM/HD/NIC/CDROM/video) x86 rackmount box, >= 300Mhz
- Small form-factor x86 system (micro-tower or similar)
- Older iBook or PowerBook G3 that will run OS X
- Cisco networking equipment (older PIX, 10/100 switch, etc)
Got something interesting? Make me an offer. I'd just like to turn this
(growing) pile of parts into something neat, interesting, or that I can
use for something other than taking up space in my office.
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