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Off Topic => Engineering => Topic started by: Sirgod on April 24, 2007, 10:08:58 pm

Title: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on April 24, 2007, 10:08:58 pm
We was going to have a sub-forum, but for the time being, we will just use this.

If you have spare PC parts, and want to help another member here, just post here, and we will see what we can do.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: NJAntman on April 25, 2007, 03:43:43 pm
As I've just finished creating a Frankenstein machine for my nephew what I have left is two 3.5" 1.44 MB floppies. A Mitsumi model D359T6 (4 pin power connector beside the data connector) and a Mitsumi model D359M3 (4 pin power connector above the data connector). Both are beige faceplates.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Tus-XC on April 25, 2007, 04:13:07 pm
i have an TV Card (remote don't work though) and a wireless network card (attena keeps poping off) just sittin about... i'll have to find the drivers for it, but if anyone wants it let me know and i'll ship it to ya... assuming you don't mind a wait, i tend to be forgetfull in mailing things out.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Electric Eye on May 03, 2007, 08:51:25 pm
Cool idea Stephen, it does deserve it's own section, IMHO.

We should also include games as well. I got some games that I'd rather give away (I still regret mailing my SH3 to a forum member in need though, hehehehehe, I should have only mailed the SW Galaxies as promised) than trash them. I also have to figure out the fairest way of choosing who gets what as I did the first come, first served thingy but it's not fair as a lot of forum members do not have the time some of us others do.

I'll go through them but I have 2 definites right now.

Pacific Fighters/Lock-on/IL-2 Sturmovik Flight collection from Ubisoft.

http://www.ubi.com/US/Games/Info.aspx?pId=1045

http://www.ubi.com/US/Games/Info.aspx?pId=15

http://www.ubi.com/US/Games/Info.aspx?pId=138

Heroes of the Pacific from Ubisoft.

http://www.ubi.com/US/Games/Info.aspx?pId=3997

It's not that I do not like Ubisoft, they make some of the best games out, it's just that I already finished the campaigns and well, it gets boring. The graphics? Stunning as usual. If only Ubisoft did the graphics for a star trek game like SFC, I would have been in heaven!  ;D
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on May 03, 2007, 08:55:33 pm
I think you was part of the suggestion years ago EE. Games would be good also though. Let me talk it over with the admins, and Nemesis,  and Let's see about getting these groups started.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The_Joker on May 04, 2007, 06:33:44 am
I've got a CD-Writer, DVD-Rom, Nvidia FX5200, and an old modem, I think.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on May 04, 2007, 03:16:49 pm
i have a mother board with a cpu and a fan, i know its for a adm and it was early pentium 4,like, i don't have it with me but tomorow or monday i will go check at the werehouse and find it, i don't need it so it may be usefull to someone here (you can play sfc 1 to 3 on it)

the manual is included.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: kmelew on May 04, 2007, 03:56:15 pm
Does anyone have PC100 SODIMM's (laptop memory)? If so let me know. I am interested in 128MB and 256MB sizes.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on May 04, 2007, 04:30:02 pm
Does anyone have PC100 SODIMM's (laptop memory)?  If so let me know.  I am interested in 128MB and 256MB sizes.

Dang man for a second there, The only pc 100 I have are for desktops, and even then, It's only 196 mb. (two pieces)

Hey DonKarnage, anymore info on the MB? Does it have an AGP slot or a PCI-e?

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on May 05, 2007, 03:02:07 pm
I could use a stick of PC2100 any size. I have several older CPU's that I can't ID, older Power supplies and other older video cards and stuff from salvaged P2 and P3 towers. I think I also have some SIMM's lying around as well if somebody could use it.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: E_Look on May 08, 2007, 12:36:10 am
I've got a new floppy drive... never really used... but these days these are so cheap that shipping costs more than the drive.  (Recommendation: better to put your shoes on and walk down to the store and physically pick one up, walk over to the cashier [and pay cash!... unless you want to charge five bucks].
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on May 08, 2007, 04:17:52 am
Does anyone have PC100 SODIMM's (laptop memory)?  If so let me know.  I am interested in 128MB and 256MB sizes.

Dang man for a second there, The only pc 100 I have are for desktops, and even then, It's only 196 mb. (two pieces)

Hey DonKarnage, anymore info on the MB? Does it have an AGP slot or a PCI-e?

Stephen

don't know

i need to go to the warehouse (last time i was wearing my power suite anddidn't want to get it damage), so i can do a bether job at looking to where i put it!
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on June 12, 2007, 01:50:07 pm
Does anyone have PC100 SODIMM's (laptop memory)?  If so let me know.  I am interested in 128MB and 256MB sizes.

Dang man for a second there, The only pc 100 I have are for desktops, and even then, It's only 196 mb. (two pieces)

Hey DonKarnage, anymore info on the MB? Does it have an AGP slot or a PCI-e?

Stephen

i was looking everywhere in the storage for the MB and found it at my place all that time :)

so here a few info on the mother board:

A7N266-VM/LAN/AA

socket A,nVidia nForce220D, DDRAM, AGP 4X, APU

Integrated MAC in MPC-D, Realtek 8201AL PHY,

ATA66, DOLBY Digital Encode

i got 2 cd for motherboard, M261  NVIDIA nForce Chipest Rev. 27.05 and M377 NVIDIA nForce Chipest Rev.44.11

m still waiting for the computer show who have the manual, i will go and see them if they find it.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: IAF Lyrkiller on July 06, 2007, 10:27:32 pm
Does anyone have PC100 SODIMM's (laptop memory)? If so let me know. I am interested in 128MB and 256MB sizes.

I have one, though I would have to find it. :)
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: IAF Lyrkiller on July 06, 2007, 10:33:33 pm
Does anyone have 1gig PC3200 memory that they dont want. I dont want to spend the money for one.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: SkyFlyer on July 07, 2007, 05:25:11 am
Sorry brother, I'm still on PC133s.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on July 07, 2007, 08:50:26 am
Anybody  notice the price of RAM coming down?

Does anyone have 1gig PC3200 memory that they don't want. I don't want to spend the money for one.

$67 @ Crucial

Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on July 07, 2007, 04:06:46 pm
I have indeed. I'm running 1.5 in my box, but I can take it to 3gig IIRC. Sadly it's the older PC2400 stuff.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on August 13, 2007, 01:49:29 pm
Anybody have some RD RAM?

Never mind on the RD Ram, I bought some off of EBay
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: IAF Lyrkiller on November 16, 2007, 04:41:45 pm
Ok, does anyone have an old DuoCore2 MB that they dont need anymore?

I need to upgrade my desktop syst in a bad way.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on November 25, 2007, 09:12:56 am
Has anybody upgraded their socket 478 P4 ? I could use any P4 that is faster than 1.5/400fsb. I have a board that will take any socket 478 with selectable buss speed. If I could get a 533 or 800, that will mean a RAM upgrade to pc3200 and 2 sticks (512,256) of pc2100 will be surplus.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Beeblebrox on January 22, 2008, 03:53:13 am
If anyone had an old monitor that worked halfway decently I'd be eternally grateful.  I had planned to give my seven year son an old computer I had lying around for Christmas but it turned out the monitor was blown.  It doesn't matter how big or clunky it is just so long as it can display color images.  Other than that it could be from an old IBM. 
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: manitoba1073 on January 23, 2008, 02:13:43 am
sure do just have no idea how you could get it lol. I live in MI so not sure where u are at.


 Though Im looking for a working AV8-E SE mobo if anyones got one.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Pestalence_XC on January 23, 2008, 03:56:04 am
I have 1 GB PC 5300 DDR 2 Dual Channel (2 x 512 MB) 240 pinn dimms here.. they are 533 Mhz, but brand new.

I pulled them from my current machine to put in 4 GB DDR 2 @ 800 Mhz... I got the 4 GB from Tiger Direct for $129.99 with Lifetime warranty.. brand is Patriot.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Beeblebrox on January 26, 2008, 01:09:45 am
sure do just have no idea how you could get it lol. I live in MI so not sure where u are at.


Did you mean me?  I live in Florida.  I'd be more than willing to pay for shipping on it.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: marstone on January 26, 2008, 04:25:32 am
Sorry, my two spare monitors both seem to be fried in someway.  I'll keep looking around here.  Make sure someone posts if you get one.  I work in a state building and they are always updating machine before july so a monitor might make it into my hands.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Beeblebrox on January 26, 2008, 05:47:01 am
Sorry, my two spare monitors both seem to be fried in someway.  I'll keep looking around here.  Make sure someone posts if you get one.  I work in a state building and they are always updating machine before july so a monitor might make it into my hands.


No problem.  I appreciate the effort. 
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on January 26, 2008, 12:30:48 pm
well it seem that my main computer have the following problem: Mother board fry, power supply fry, HD (don't know if both) fry but the video card is ok.

Monday the tech who check it out will be there so i will know mother, but don't know what is under warranty if not it will cost me a lot to replace, mother board is a good 100$, a power supply can be around 50$, if its the small HD its not bad since it was a 40 GIG but hope its not the 200GIG since i have my games on it and all my mod are there :(
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on April 05, 2008, 08:39:54 pm
If I can come up with 2 sticks of DDR2 PC 5300 256 meg socket 200 for a laptop, does any body have any DDR PC3200 pairs ?
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on August 03, 2008, 11:29:28 pm
Well add me to the needs a monitor list. Mine just blew out, and I am typing this using a tv screen.

I have about 100 bucks on me, and I can pay more next month, if someone has an old one laying around, they want to sell, work out a deal on. I can come up with more next month of course.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Dracho on August 04, 2008, 01:08:37 am
Yukon Ok..

Might also check Stillwater

http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/ele/781946096.html

http://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/ele/781632371.html
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on August 04, 2008, 01:34:35 am
Thanks Dracho, only problem is, I haven't had a car since before Khalee left here about a year ago. I went to take him to the city one day to work and the engine blew.

I can see If I can have someone pick one up though for me there, maybe my sister.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on August 08, 2008, 02:56:29 pm
Well some good news. I sent my Grandmother some Cash there in OKC, and her and my sister picked this up for me.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=8268527&type=product&id=1170290376114

Not a bad little monitor, Might grab another one next month. The sad thing is, My wife goes to her monthly doctor visit on the 21st, so I have to wait till then to get it. But at least my monitor problem is fixed.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: toasty0 on August 19, 2008, 04:26:12 pm
Ok, guys, I have some 17" CRTs. All you have to do is pay for shipping, otherwise no strings attached.

Email me at jerry.hammond@nhlasvegas.com  if you're interested.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Pestalence_XC on November 13, 2008, 10:41:58 pm
Looking

For CD Rom with DVD-R capability (at least XP compatible, burning capability not required) and a SATA HDD of say 20 to 60 GB.

If the CD/DVD-r reader is XP Compatible, chances are it is Vista compatible... also my main board supports SATA HDD's.. 20 to 60 GB would be fantastic.. if I can get a 20 GB and a CD/DVD ROM drive, I can get my older system up and going to run a dedicated server for OP on. the difference in HDD sizes is the OS.. I prefer Vista to run a server kit.. it knows how to utilize Dual Core CPU's correctly and has much better memory management.. however specifications for Vista requests a 40 GB HDD.. if all I can get is a 20 GB, I can still load the system with XP.. not as efficient and more frequent reboots of the server, but the system would still be dedicated as an OP server.

Anyhow.. if anyone has and of these 2 items, please PM me.

Thanks.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on December 03, 2008, 07:27:45 am
m offering a D-Link network card.

air plus x treme G

dwl-G520

its working but since wire is better that wireless i don't keep it.

i buy it 3 years ago and was not use that much, it go with the original box, cd and user guide.

i will exchange it for one of the pokemon game for the nintendo ds, the game can be use i don't care.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on August 16, 2009, 12:32:00 pm
XS

200 pin DDR2 for laptop 256mb 1 to 4 pieces
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: candle_86 on September 05, 2009, 11:43:02 am
I have 384 mb PC133, a pentium3 desktop needs a hard drive though, and a Geforce 6800 PCIE
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: KBF-Kurok on December 24, 2009, 04:36:17 pm
anyone have an old IDE harddrive laying around that they dont need any more. Im trying to get my puter back up and need one.

TY KBF-Kurok
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: The Postman on June 14, 2011, 04:01:13 pm
Needs good home; 512mb X 2, DDR2,  pc5300, 200 pin(laptop or similar)

send me a PM
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Commander Maxillius on December 21, 2011, 09:49:44 pm
I've got a Gateway 19in CRT monitor collecting dust.  Needs signal and power cords.

Free + shipping.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: NJAntman on July 11, 2012, 08:19:57 pm
Have a Canon MX870 multi-function that no longer prints correctly but all other functions (scan/copy/fax) work. Got poster board jammed into it that had to be pulled out and appears to have upset the printer head. When it prints a full page there is two to three spaced horizontal lines that are askew (text will look italic). Have run through all the available software & hardware resets but no luck. Will soon be collecting dust or free-cycled. Any takers?
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on November 27, 2013, 09:29:36 pm
I was reading this old stuff and was thinking of updating the info of all the offer that are made.

For me all that I did offer is no longer available.

But I have something new: 2 ram for a dell laptop, 2 x 512 I think, well it was a total of 1 gig of ram.

I have 2 big 15 inch monitor, a black and a beige I think. there in storage since pff 2005 or 2006 not sure. they where in working order when I put them there. They are collecting dust, so Its useless for me.

I can check if they are working, I can bring my laptop and connect them to it.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: KBF-WillWeasel on January 06, 2014, 04:26:24 pm
That dell laptop ram is of interest to me. I have an old Dell floating around and my daughter is getting of age to need access to a computer. Unfortunately this thing is almost 10 years old with a pitiful amount of ram so I would be thankful if you could help breath some new life into it.

On on related note if anyone is interested I may have some old socket A motherboards floating about. They have been sitting for years and I don't think I even have a proc to test em with to see if they still work. At the time I stored em they did work.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on January 06, 2014, 06:10:49 pm
The ram is pc2 100s

256MB DDR PC2 CL2.5 from Samsung

So I give them away, just give me the address and I will ship them in a bubble envelope.   
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on March 17, 2015, 07:01:51 pm
new update

I have a power supply 250 watt

FSP Group inc.

it got 4 sata connection and 1 ide

it was part of my com, but since I upgrade it I don't need it.

you just have to pay for the shipping and its yours.



Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Sirgod on March 18, 2015, 11:13:02 am
Hey Don, on the PSU, you know you could always use it to power more drives, etc, even if not hooked to the MB. Just jump I believe it is the green pin 3 with any black, and boom, always on.

I do this with a spare 650 PSU  I have, as a few of us here (Nemesis) and I use a lot of HD space. I mean your offer is great, and if some one can use it, by all means, I just didn't want to see it go to waist if there is no bite there for ya.

Stephen
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on March 18, 2015, 12:14:54 pm
Well I wont trow it away since its in working order.

I just needed more power for the com, with two HD and a DVD burner this com was kinda slow to react, a bit like it was sleeping between task. I don't mean the com was on power saving and like, I mean it like it was taking a nap.

Now I have 4 gig of ram, a 1 gig video card with a 450 Watt power supply.

I will later put a bigger HD in it until I have the money to kinda build another one.

I have a friend who got a motherboard with CPU and GPU to sell, just need a power supply, ram a tower, a monitor and another video card.

Will check for one that is 1080 so I can see the difference between the 720p and 1080p. this monitor is a 17 inch, so it show all in 720p

But before that I need to repay my credit card  ;D

Unless the old laptop die before then I will be ok with this one.

It can run Diablo 3 and StarCraft 2

My video card is an Nvidia Geforge 210 1024 MD.

Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Tulwar on March 22, 2015, 03:05:37 pm
I've got a Gateway 19in CRT monitor collecting dust.  Needs signal and power cords.

Free + shipping.

There is a use for CRT's!  They do not freeze, like LCD's, so you can leave them to on computers in unheated cabins and such, and they're too heavy to bother stealing.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on March 22, 2015, 03:21:44 pm
Hey Don, on the PSU, you know you could always use it to power more drives, etc, even if not hooked to the MB. Just jump I believe it is the green pin 3 with any black, and boom, always on.

I do this with a spare 650 PSU  I have, as a few of us here (Nemesis) and I use a lot of HD space. I mean your offer is great, and if some one can use it, by all means, I just didn't want to see it go to waist if there is no bite there for ya.

Stephen

I only have technically have the capacity of 4 sata HD, but since the dvd player is also a sata I only have 3 place for HD. Now I have 2, a 500GB and a 200 GB from my old computer.

I can get (i think its a refurbish) 1TB HD for 50$ can. The bigger I have see so far is a 6TB, but like 300$ Can is a lot for me :)

Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Nemesis on March 22, 2015, 03:47:21 pm
I do this with a spare 650 PSU  I have, as a few of us here (Nemesis) and I use a lot of HD space.

Stephen

I don't have a lot, I have "adequate to my needs".
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on April 13, 2016, 05:10:56 pm
I have 2 x pc2700u-25330    0411
hymd264646b8j-j

512mb ddr 333mhz   cl2 5

Don't know if its working.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on April 26, 2016, 01:59:46 pm
I'M looking for a 1 TB HD sata to replace those I haves. I'm sure the problem I have are the HDS and  I need to replace it with one good HD. New is expensive, refurbish I have one and not good, so maybe a second hand would be better?

Also I'm looking for a software that will scan the HD. Scan disk from Windows is not what I need, something that check for bad sector like it was done on DOS, but in windows or something similar.

Thanks
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: d4v1ks on April 26, 2016, 02:25:59 pm
Also I'm looking for a software that will scan the HD. Scan disk from Windows is not what I need, something that check for bad sector like it was done on DOS, but in windows or something similar.


You said bad sectors?  :)

http://www.hdtune.com/files/hdtune_255.exe (http://www.hdtune.com/files/hdtune_255.exe)
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on April 26, 2016, 02:30:46 pm
Thanks, I will try it and see the result.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on April 28, 2016, 08:54:37 am
Scan done and all is fine. No damage cluster.

Beside the temp that was near 60C both HD are fine. So not sure what,s happening, if its normal or not?
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: d4v1ks on April 28, 2016, 10:43:20 am
Scan done and all is fine. No damage cluster.

Beside the temp that was near 60C both HD are fine. So not sure what,s happening, if its normal or not?

Overheat?
Arent HDs meant to be used in a temperature between 25c and 40c?
They can get damaged at temperatures over 50c... had 1 or 2 bad experiences...
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on April 28, 2016, 11:15:26 am
When I perform the scan, the temp was that high. Now is 43C and 41C.

If its a spyware/malware it seem to escape the scan of Malwaresbytes or that I don't make it do a full deep scan ?

The HDS do like a stop and start, at any time that I use it or not.

What I would need is someone who will sit in front of it and use it to listen to the sound it make.

Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Lieutenant_Q on April 28, 2016, 01:11:41 pm
chkdsk.exe is that old DOS program that scans everything.  And it's still there, even on Windows 10.

Launch a command Prompt in Administrator mode.  Go to your C:\Windows\System32 folder and type chkdsk.exe

I just ran it myself on Windows 10 for the first time since upgrading to Windows 10, and it doesn't even ask you to restart your system to run the check, as it can apparently do it while the system is running now.  (It didn't used to do that in Windows 7, you had to restart and it would run the check upon boot.)
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Nemesis on May 29, 2016, 04:04:12 pm
I believe that FreeDOS has chkdsk and maybe scandisk too.  FreeDOS can be booted from CD.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on May 29, 2016, 04:55:17 pm
I stop the noise and I think the problem is not the disk as in the roulette but the arms that or where the problem. Since I shake the tower i no longer heard it and its kinda ok.

Last time I did the scan for bad cluster and both HD where all green.

I will try those other scan and see if one detect something.

thanks for the help ^^
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on February 23, 2017, 08:10:53 am
My motherboard did die last year in early June. I manage to get another one that work with my CPU and video card.

Well now I was wondering if anyone have a graphic card PCI-E 2.0 that is better that what I have now? (GeForce 210 1024MB)

Sadly I can't really put money aside ($600) for a new com. My income is too low and I would need to replace my graphic card.

I have 6 Gig of ram running windows 7 on 32 bits.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on October 10, 2017, 09:37:56 pm
does anyone have a old motherboard ASUS M2N-SLI DELUXE ACPI that 9should) work with a CPU AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core 4200+?

My motherboard die the 29 and I'm using a laptop and I don't like it much. Too limited, only 4 USB port, using two, one for the mouse and the other for the keyboard. Got only two left.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Javora on October 11, 2017, 07:06:01 am
I got out of desktop computers over a year ago.  Dont use it enough to keep one around.  Ive found that I like not being chained to a desk anymore and will stick with a phone or laptop.  A lot of people I know are doing the same thing.
Title: Re: The spare PC parts Dyna help a member thread.
Post by: Don Karnage on October 28, 2017, 09:15:23 am
For me I need more storage place and usb storage or case for HD are not good. Not enough place on the desk, so I prefer a desktop. I find a laptop too limited.