The reason I didn't put it up here is because there's really nearly nobody on here who could use SDRAM anymore. Why not make a small profit then over there, since the Vancouver Craigslist market is somewhat bigger and cuold probably use the SDRAM a lot more than us OCNers would. Now that Craigslist has pretty much kicked me out, why not put it here. I don't care if the whole jargon is worth just 1 credit, or even .5 credits. It's taking up space on my desk and I really don't want it there anymore.
I intend to only swap for parts I can use. The 2x1GB DDR2 SODIMMs I've claimed are in my mom's laptop and they have not only proved a benefit in performance, but stability; the original 1x2 SODIMM actually may have been unstable, it gave her problems rising from sleep mode sometimes; I don't think I told you that. The 512MB SDRAM DIMMs I got from TriBeCa will be going into a build for my uncle that I plan to ship in an SFF case to the Philippines soon.
I don't understand why a whole bunch of you are sticking the complaints on me, of all people. I'm a participator just as the rest of you. I look for parts, I give some back. Perhaps you're intimidated by my bigger stakes and the idea of most of my profit coming from floppy disk drives? When I originally put those up, I was actually quite skeptical as to why a floppy drive would even be worth 0.5 credits.... another guy had one up and it was also worth 0.5. TriBeCa put those up for 0.5 for this reason:
Originally Posted by TriBeCa
while a CD-RW drive is techinically more advanced than a 3.5" floppy, I also see it as vastly more likely that a 3.5" floppy drive would be of use to someone. The media read/written by a CD-RW is also read/written by current tech (DVD-RW), whereas it's entirely feasible that someone would have a 3.5" floppy that they want to get data off of, but don't have a drive. Hell, I have a P35 MB whose RAID controller driver will only work if you load them off a floppy if you haven't installed windows yet (which you haven't, if you're going to install it on the RAID array).
If it makes you any more happy, I will PM TriBeCa and have those reduced to 0.25. Heck, if it makes you any happier, I'll have a whole bunch of my items reduced in credit value.
All that aside, I have a new item of no use for me to put up. It is an AVC LGA1366 tower heatsink w/92mm fan. I checked the mounting hole alignment, looks like it takes on the LGA1366 socket. I have no backplate for this though (I think it needs to be either a screw-in backplate used for this, you could probably get away with nuts & bolts too). Pictures in a moment.