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I have 4 old hard drives sitting in a drawer, they are all IDE.

Maxtor 5400rpm 40gb

Western Digital 5400rpm 40gb

Samsung 7200rpm 120gb UltraIDE

Western Digital 5400rpm 60gb
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Not really gonna help much with an appraisal, but once you figure out what you are selling them for I would love to snag one from you!! My server computer only has a 6GB HDD, so I just want something cheap with reasonable space. I will probably be all over the maxtor or WD if they are a good price
    
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Not really gonna help much with an appraisal, but once you figure out what you are selling them for I would love to snag one from you!! My server computer only has a 6GB HDD, so I just want something cheap with reasonable space. I will probably be all over the maxtor or WD if they are a good price
Shipping will probably be the killer on them, if there worth $5 and shipping is $10-12 its not hardly worth messing with it. What if they get beaten to crap in shipping refunding would suck. I haven't used the 40gb ones in about a year, the 120 in 6 months and the 60 is still in use currently.
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$15 shipped for each of the 40GB 5400RPM
$18 shipped for the 60GB 5400RPM
$25 shipped for the 120GB 7200RPM

Trust me, there's people out there throwing together budget builds for old people that don't want to drop $45-50 on a new 80GB SATA HDD with more space than these old foggies will ever use lol. Much cheaper to spend an extra $5 on the DVD drive to get a SATA and pickup a cheap HDD like yours. In fact, I might take one off your hands at some point

Use USPS flat rate boxes, they're like $8-9. Wrap them in a little bubble wrap if possible and stuff in some packing peanuts from your next newegg purchase.
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post #5 of 7
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Anyone else have an opinion, reps for all above.
post #6 of 7
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$15 shipped for each of the 40GB 5400RPM
$18 shipped for the 60GB 5400RPM
$25 shipped for the 120GB 7200RPM

Trust me, there's people out there throwing together budget builds for old people that don't want to drop $45-50 on a new 80GB SATA HDD with more space than these old foggies will ever use lol. Much cheaper to spend an extra $5 on the DVD drive to get a SATA and pickup a cheap HDD like yours. In fact, I might take one off your hands at some point

Use USPS flat rate boxes, they're like $8-9. Wrap them in a little bubble wrap if possible and stuff in some packing peanuts from your next newegg purchase.
Those are alright but I would almost have to sell them all together to make shipping worth it.
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Those are alright but I would almost have to sell them all together to make shipping worth it.
I agree. For the smaller drives (40gb), shipping alone will be most of the cost.

40/60gb for $15-20 shipped.
120gb for $25-30 shipped.

You can always try Priority mail on the packages. Might be around $6-7. Just get a nice amount of bubble wrap/packing peanuts in the box.
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