Old hardware giveaway thread.

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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby RetroLizard » 2019-6-12 @ 02:08

liqmat wrote:
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liqmat wrote:More stuff to go through. Tell me what you want. Those are spare case caster wheels I have in the top right hand corner from server towers I used to have. Maybe some of you could use some.

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I could probably use one of those to cool off my Voodoo 3 card. :dead:

These would not be good for that application.


Fair. I wasn't being serious about it, anyways.

Good luck to those who need them, though!
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby RoyBatty » 2019-6-12 @ 03:53

I bet Phil would want those coolers.

Should I throw you a PM about the discs ?
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby ph4nt0m » 2019-6-12 @ 05:23

liqmat wrote:More stuff to go through. Tell me what you want. The coolers are all new old stock. Those are spare case caster wheels I have in the top right hand corner from server towers I used to have. Maybe some of you could use some.

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I could make use of these Slot A coolers. I have recently got a box of brand new Slot A 650MHz Athlon Thunderbirds. I see 3 other non-slot coolers in the photo. If no one wants them, I can take these, too.

Is it some kind of chair wheels in the upper right corner? :)
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-6-12 @ 15:33

RoyBatty wrote:I bet Phil would want those coolers.

Should I throw you a PM about the discs ?

Still hunting and gathering, but yes, we should take it to a PM.

ph4nt0m wrote:I could make use of these Slot A coolers. I have recently got a box of brand new Slot A 650MHz Athlon Thunderbirds. I see 3 other non-slot coolers in the photo. If no one wants them, I can take these, too.

Is it some kind of chair wheels in the upper right corner? :)

Do me a favor. Copy the photo. Circle what you want. PM me the new edited photo. We'll go from there. I explained in the post those are caster wheels for a few server cases I had. If somebody wants them for their own server case or PC case project feel free to PM me.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby ph4nt0m » 2019-6-12 @ 21:03

liqmat wrote:
ph4nt0m wrote:I could make use of these Slot A coolers. I have recently got a box of brand new Slot A 650MHz Athlon Thunderbirds. I see 3 other non-slot coolers in the photo. If no one wants them, I can take these, too.

Is it some kind of chair wheels in the upper right corner? :)

Do me a favor. Copy the photo. Circle what you want. PM me the new edited photo. We'll go from there. I explained in the post those are caster wheels for a few server cases I had. If somebody wants them for their own server case or PC case project feel free to PM me.

It seems those two GlacialTech coolers are Socket A / 370, so they can be also useful. I'll take all the coolers in the photo if you don't mind, hope they fit a medium flat rate box. No caster wheels, please :)
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-6-12 @ 22:07

Yes, the GlacialTech coolers are used, but in mint condition. You got it. No one else claimed any of them so you get them all.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby McBierle » 2019-6-13 @ 17:47

@liqmat

I think i can see exactly the the one faceblade i need in the upper box. Sadly you are too far away...
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-6-13 @ 18:24

McBierle wrote:@liqmat

I think i can see exactly the the one faceblade i need in the upper box. Sadly you are too far away...

Well, i know the cheapest First Class International shipping is about $14. Someone here already grabbed the entire box, but I'll PM them and let them know.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-6-16 @ 22:33

Would anyone like these hard drive plastic holding containers before I recycle them for the price of shipping? After testing all of my Seagate SCSI drives these are leftovers from the failed drives. They are great for storing your vintage 3.5" HDDs in. PM me if interested. I will post here when they are spoken for or recycled.

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...and no, I don't know why only one is yellow.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby Merovign » 2019-6-17 @ 01:39

liqmat wrote:Would anyone like these hard drive plastic holding containers before I recycle them for the price of shipping? After testing all of my Seagate SCSI drives these are leftovers from the failed drives. They are great for storing your vintage 3.5" HDDs in. PM me if interested. I will post here when they are spoken for or recycled.

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...and no, I don't know why only one is yellow.


If you open them up flat, do they nest together? Just thinking of shipping bulk.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby Butler2679 » 2019-8-04 @ 06:34

liqmat wrote:Would anyone like these hard drive plastic holding containers before I recycle them for the price of shipping? After testing all of my Seagate SCSI drives these are leftovers from the failed drives. They are great for storing your vintage 3.5" HDDs in. PM me if interested. I will post here when they are spoken for or recycled.

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...and no, I don't know why only one is yellow.


I could probably use them, but shipping would be absurd to Australia.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby LukeLovesRetro » 2019-8-05 @ 09:18

Same, same but agree with butler
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-10-08 @ 20:49

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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-10-08 @ 21:14

Must have 100 posts or greater to enter.

Guess a number between 3 and 5 to win the the cards. Lower 48 is free shipping. Anything beyond that, you pay shipping.

First right answer gets the following: (all untested) Always good to have an ISA network card. I believe that model is 10Mbps.

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Clearing out my Florida storage unit, so expect more to follow after this.
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby BeginnerGuy » 2019-10-08 @ 21:59

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Sup. I like computers. Are you a computer?
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-10-08 @ 22:02

Woah! You're amazing. You guessed it first try!!! PM me your info dude (I mean guy).
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby BeginnerGuy » 2019-10-08 @ 23:07

Woohoo!
Sup. I like computers. Are you a computer?
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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby maxtherabbit » 2019-10-09 @ 02:32

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Re: Old hardware giveaway thread.

Postby liqmat » 2019-10-09 @ 16:15

As I progress through my Mathematica, Inc. software archival project I am left with the unneeded original boxed software. The manual spines are cut from scanning in the pages, but it's all there including the original install DOS disks. Before I toss this would anyone want it? Free shipping within the U.S. as I can send it via media mail. This was a MS-DOS paint program with video capture capabilities plus a media authoring portion for graphics overlay work on video. You can read about it here:

http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthread.p ... post547697

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