Custom PC for sale

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    someguy

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    UPDATE:

    PC sold for $375 (tower only).

    Speaker setup sold for $20.

    Still available:

    HUGE Dell Trinitron CRT - I'm sure that link isn't the best deal you guys could find, but it's the same model anyways. Mine has a couple minor chips/scuffs, and the base has a decent-sized crack. It still stands fine. Make me an offer.

    Plain-jane keyboard. PS/2. I think it's fried because it doesn't work anymore. Plugged it into a friend's PC because he said it wasn't working right (his PC, that is) and the keyboard hasn't worked since. Um, $1 + shipping? :D
     
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    I think PC for sale links in the sig are ok.

    You may want to post some pictures of what you are selling.
     
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    I do not have pics at this point, however if anyone is interested, I can certainly find a way to get some to you. :)
     
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    Just a heads up, don't accept cashiers checks or money orders from someone if you meet up. They'll most likely end up being fake ones (scammer) and you'll have tons of problems. If you meet someone, I would accept cash only, and make sure that's real too.
     
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    Good advice. Usually when I sell things online, my plan in any event is to verify funds (whatever type they may be) before handing over the product. i.e. If it's a cashier's check, I won't ship until I've cashed it. If we can meet face to face, I'm definitely requesting cash only.

    Thanks for the reminder! :)
     
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    I believe he is referring to this card... no? Is this some kind of joke? :confused:
     
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    Same card.

    Yes, HP charges a CORE charge of 750 for it.

    Doesnt mean its actually worth it.

    Hell, HP charges a core charge for my laptop of near 1,500 dollars for a Pentium III 1.06 GHz processor, which goes on eBay for around 20 dollars. :rolleyes:
     
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    What exactly is a core charge? I don't understand, all I know is this guy is not getting my PC! :D
     
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    Can anyone tell me what I should be asking for this machine? I really don't know, it's hard to judge the value of a custom machine.
     
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    Still for sale! Considering all trades and offers because I really want this machine gone. Just bought an iMac G4 and I have to pay for it somehow! :eek:
     
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    Potentially sold. Meeting with buyer on Saturday, so if all goes well, I'll no longer own a single PC. :D
     
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    Gone! :D
     
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    May I ask how much you got for it? Feel free to PM me if you'd rather keep it private. (Or don't PM me if you wanna keep it REALLY private :))
     
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    $375 cash to a local who saw my craiglist post. :)
     
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    still selling that mouse?
     
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    Well, when I bought my iMac, I had planned to use the Apple Pro mouse that came with it, but I'm far too reliant on the right-click function to use it.

    I'm not really looking to sell it at this point, though I may be interested in trading for another mouse. I can't say for sure because I love this mouse, but I'd listen to offers. :)
     

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